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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.
White House Daughters Go Above the Fray of Partisan Politics
Bush Daughters write a heartfelt letter to the Obama sisters as they get ready to resume life outside the White House.
Diane Sawyer Takes Us Inside America's Struggling Middle Class
Meet working families across the country talking about their challenges and their hopes for the future.
Bus Drivers Working Alongside Silicon Valley Millionaires Struggle to Afford Rent, Some Sleep in Cars
Silicon Valley is a shining beacon of American success, home to some of the most profitable and innovative companies in the world, including Google, Facebook, PayPal, Oracle and Apple. Many employees at these tech giants enjoy large paychecks and a host of perks ranging from free dry cleaning to
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
Economic Realities in America: By The Numbers
In the Diane Sawyer report, "My Reality: A Hidden America," for a special edition of ABC News “20/20,” ABC News chronicles a reality of millions of Americans working harder than ever but struggling to stay in the middle class , or striving to get in. For so many, the American Dream’s opportunities
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
A Look Into America's Shrinking Middle Class
ABC News' Diane Sawyer spent more than a year uncovering the difficulties working family's face in the upcoming special "My Reality: A Hidden America."
'My Reality: A Hidden America' Airs Tonight at 10/9c on ABC
ABC News Anchor Diane Sawyer connected on social media with thousands of working Americans to hear the realities they face in their daily lives.
INFOGRAPHIC: What Kind of Home $192,000 Gets You Across America
ABC News reviewed various housing costs across the United States as part of the Diane Sawyer report, “My Reality: A Hidden America,” to air in a special edition of ABC News “20/20” on Friday, Jan. 13 at 10 p.m. ET. According to the online real estate marketplace Trulia, the median price point for a