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Merriam-Webster Expands its Vocabulary
1,000 new words have been added to the dictionary.
Bachelor Forecast: One-on-One Dates
ABC News' Ginger Zee, Will Ganss, and Mel Griffin discuss the one-on-one dates and predictions from this week's episode of The Bachelor.
American Workers Struggling to Make Ends Meet in Today's Economy
From fast food workers to shuttle bus drivers, many Americans aren't able to afford housing or pay the bills on current wages.
Why Thousands of Low-Income Americans 'Donate' Their Blood Plasma: Part 5
"I donate specifically for the money because I work a minimum wage job," said David, who donates his plasma.
Low Wage Workers and the 'Fight For 15': Part 3
Terrence Wise is involved in the national movement "Fight For 15," which argues for an increase in the federal minimum wage.
Terrance Wise and the Fight for 15
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Why Thousands of Low-Income Americans 'Donate' Their Blood Plasma to For-Profit Centers
Every day in cities across the country, tens of thousands of people wait in line to have a needle put in their arms for up to two hours. Instead of donating their blood plasma, these people receive payments for the time it takes to give their plasma -- the clear, straw-colored liquid part of the
When Working 2 Fast Food Jobs, 16 Hours a Day Still Isn't Enough
Terrance Wise used to take eight buses every day to get to work at two different fast food franchises, a Burger King and a McDonald's in Kansas City. Sometimes the 37-year-old said he would get 8-hour shifts from both franchises on the same day and work back-to-back for 16 hours straight. Other
Janet Jackson Opens Up About Being Pregnant at 50
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.