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NEW YORK-NUCLEAR/
RTX3YZY8
December 27, 2017
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung over the entrance to P.S. 38 in the Brooklyn borough...
New York, UNITED STATES
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung over the entrance to P.S. 38 in the Brooklyn borough...
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung over the entrance to P.S. 38 in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., December 7, 2017. Picture taken December 7, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
NEW YORK-NUCLEAR/
RTX3YZY5
December 27, 2017
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung on a building in the Brooklyn borough of New York,...
New York, UNITED STATES
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung on a building in the Brooklyn borough of New York
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung on a building in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., December 7, 2017. Picture taken December 7, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
GAMING-E3/BETHESDA
RTX1GHWY
June 15, 2015
Todd Howard, Game Director and Executive Producer at Bethesda Game Studios, introduces the new mobile...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Todd Howard of Bethesda Game Studios, introduces the new mobile game "Fallout Shelter" associated with...
Todd Howard, Game Director and Executive Producer at Bethesda Game Studios, introduces the new mobile game "Fallout Shelter" associated with the Fallout Franchise during video game publisher Bethesda Softworks media briefing before the opening day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California June 14, 2015. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K7C
November 19, 2013
Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy...
Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K7A
November 19, 2013
General manager Anthony Miller stands in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S....
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
General manager Anthony Miller stands in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S....
General manager Anthony Miller stands in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K78
November 19, 2013
The presidential seal is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
The presidential seal is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
The presidential seal is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K77
November 19, 2013
The emergency exit is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
The emergency exit is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
The emergency exit is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K76
November 19, 2013
Bunk beds are shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
Bunk beds are shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John...
Bunk beds are shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K75
November 19, 2013
Short wave radios are shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
Short wave radios are shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
Short wave radios are shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K74
November 19, 2013
A drinking water container is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S....
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
A drinking water container is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S....
A drinking water container is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K73
November 19, 2013
The presidential seal is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
The presidential seal is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President...
The presidential seal is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K71
November 19, 2013
The bathroom is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
The bathroom is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John...
The bathroom is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K70
November 19, 2013
A hallway is shown with a generator at the far end in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
A hallway is shown with a generator at the far end in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed...
A hallway is shown with a generator at the far end in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6Z
November 19, 2013
A photo is displayed of Ethel Kennedy with her family as they visited the cold-war era nuclear fallout...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
Ethel Kennedy with her family as they visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed near...
A photo is displayed of Ethel Kennedy with her family as they visited the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy in 2012 on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6Y
November 19, 2013
Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
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Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6X
November 19, 2013
Guests, led by curator Ruth Pelletier (R), enter the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
Guests enter the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy...
Guests, led by curator Ruth Pelletier (R), enter the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6W
November 19, 2013
A box containing a radiation detection kit is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
A box containing a radiation detection kit is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed...
A box containing a radiation detection kit is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6V
November 19, 2013
Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy...
Guests visit the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6U
November 19, 2013
A hallway is shown with a generator at the far end in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
A hallway is shown in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F....
A hallway is shown with a generator at the far end in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6T
November 19, 2013
A sign marks the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy on Peanut...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
A sign marks the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy on Peanut...
A sign marks the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6S
November 19, 2013
A cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy is shown on Peanut Island...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
A cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy is shown on Peanut Island...
A cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy is shown on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-JFK-BUNKER
RTX15K6R
November 19, 2013
Curator Ruth Pelletier walks down a hallway in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for...
Riviera Beach, UNITED STATES
Curator Ruth Pelletier walks down a hallway in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for...
Curator Ruth Pelletier walks down a hallway in the cold-war era nuclear fallout shelter constructed for President John F. Kennedy on Peanut Island near Riviera Beach, Florida November 8, 2013. The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. Picture taken November 8, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
CZECHREPUBLIC/
RTXXXYP
March 26, 2013
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation...
Dukovany, Czech Republic
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit fallout shelter during nuclear accident simulation at...
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation as part of a safety regulations exercise at Nuclear Power Plant Dukovany in Dukovany March 26, 2013. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: ENERGY)
CZECHREPUBLIC/
RTXXXYE
March 26, 2013
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation...
Dukovany, Czech Republic
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit fallout shelter during nuclear accident simulation at...
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation as part of a safety regulations exercise at Nuclear Power Plant Dukovany in Dukovany March 26, 2013. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: ENERGY)
CZECHREPUBLIC/
RTXXXYC
March 26, 2013
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation...
Dukovany, Czech Republic
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation...
Workers wearing protective suits and masks exit a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation as part of a safety regulations exercise at Nuclear Power Plant Dukovany in Dukovany March 26, 2013. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CZECHREPUBLIC/
RTXXXYB
March 26, 2013
A worker wearing a protective suit and a mask exits a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation...
Dukovany, Czech Republic
Worker wearing a protective suit and a mask exits a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation...
A worker wearing a protective suit and a mask exits a fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation as part of a safety regulations exercise at Nuclear Power Plant Dukovany in Dukovany March 26, 2013. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: ENERGY)
CZECHREPUBLIC/
RTXXXY9
March 26, 2013
Workers close the door to the fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation as part of a safety...
Dukovany, Czech Republic
Workers close the door to the fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation in Dukovany
Workers close the door to the fallout shelter during a nuclear accident simulation as part of a safety regulations exercise at Nuclear Power Plant Dukovany in Dukovany March 26, 2013. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: ENERGY)
UKRAINE/
RTR318W1
April 26, 2012
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich takes part in a ground-breaking ceremony for a new containment...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich takes part in a ground-breaking ceremony for a new containment...
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich takes part in a ground-breaking ceremony for a new containment shelter to be built at the site of the Chernobyl nuclear plant near Chernobyl city April 26, 2012. Belarus, Ukraine and Russia marked the 26th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, the world's worst civil nuclear accident, on Thursday. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
HOMELESS/
RTR2VLJP
December 23, 2011
Laura Rios, 45, (C) walks with her children Ronaldo (R), Sebastian (2nd L), and Jordey (L) to go to a...
New York, UNITED STATES
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Laura Rios, 45, (C) walks with her children Ronaldo (R), Sebastian (2nd L), and Jordey (L) to go to a homeless shelter in New York, December 22, 2011. Rios has spent the past year living in a small two bedroom homeless shelter in New York. She and her children are among 95 families living in the two storey brick building home some 300 children. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Photo taken December 22, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
RTR2VLJ9
December 23, 2011
Ronaldo Rios, son of Laura Rios, sleeps on his mother's bed at his homeless shelter in New York, December...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS
Ronaldo Rios, son of Laura Rios, sleeps on his mother's bed at his homeless shelter in New York, December 21, 2011. Laura Rios has spent the past year living in a small two bedroom homeless shelter in New York. Rios and her children are among 95 families living in the two storey brick building home some 300 children. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Photo taken December 21,2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
RTR2VLJ7
December 23, 2011
Jordey Rios, (R) enters a subway station as his mother Laura Rios, 45, (C) waits for her other children...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/
Jordey Rios, (R) enters a subway station as his mother Laura Rios, 45, (C) waits for her other children to take the subway to go to the homeless shelter in New York, December 22, 2011. Rios has spent the past year living in a small two bedroom homeless shelter in New York. She and her children are among 95 families living in the two storey brick building home some 300 children. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Photo taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
RTR2VLJ6
December 23, 2011
Laura Rios, 45, (R) listens her daughter Aslee as she speaks with a Reuters reporter at a homeless shelter...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/
Laura Rios, 45, (R) listens her daughter Aslee as she speaks with a Reuters reporter at a homeless shelter in New York, December 21, 2011. Laura Rios has spent the past year living in a small two bedroom homeless shelter in New York. Rios and her children are among 95 families living in the two storey brick building home some 300 children. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 21, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES)
HOMELESS/
RTR2VLJ4
December 23, 2011
Laura Rios, 45, (2nd L) waits for the train next to her four young children Ronaldo (L), Sebastian (3rd...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/
Laura Rios, 45, (2nd L) waits for the train next to her four young children Ronaldo (L), Sebastian (3rd L), Aslee (2an R) and Jordey (obscured by Aslee) in a train station in New York, December 22, 2011. Rios has spent the past year living in a small two bedroom homeless shelter in New York, and are among 95 families living in the two storey brick building home with some 300 children. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY TRANSPORT)
USA-HOMELESS/
RTR2VLJ3
December 23, 2011
Sebastian Rios (3rd R), plays with his brothers Ronaldo (R), and Jordey (2nd R) inside a train in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/
Sebastian Rios (3rd R), plays with his brothers Ronaldo (R), and Jordey (2nd R) inside a train in New York, December 22, 2011. Their mother, Laura Rios, has spent the past year living in a small two bedroom homeless shelter in New York. Rios and her children are among 95 families living in the two storey brick building home to some 300 children. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Photo taken December 22, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
RTR2VLJ2
December 23, 2011
Dylan Burger, 8, (R) dances to a video game at the Boys & Girls Club in Santa Monica, California December...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/
Dylan Burger, 8, (R) dances to a video game at the Boys & Girls Club in Santa Monica, California December 16, 2011. Dylan's parents Elizabeth, 43, and Tracy, 45, lost their apartment in 2009 after both losing their jobs with combined earnings of $100,000 a year. They were forced to sell most of their possessions and live in a motel before moving into Elizabeth's mother's garage in March 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 16, 2011.To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-HOMELESS
RTR2VLJ0
December 23, 2011
Eight-year-old Dylan Burger's bedroom doubles as a kitchen in a converted garage in Los Angeles, California...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/
Eight-year-old Dylan Burger's bedroom doubles as a kitchen in a converted garage in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2011. Dylan's parents Tracy, 45, and Elizabeth, 43, lost their apartment in 2009 after both losing their jobs with combined earnings of $100,000 a year. They were forced to sell most of their possessions and live in a motel before moving into Elizabeth's mother's garage in March 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 18, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-HOMELESS
RTR2VLIY
December 23, 2011
Tracy Burger, 45, washes dishes in a bathroom sink in a converted garage in Los Angeles, California December...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match story USA-HOMELESS
Tracy Burger, 45, washes dishes in a bathroom sink in a converted garage in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2011. Tracy and his wife Elizabeth, 43, lost their apartment in 2009 after both losing their jobs with combined earnings of $100,000 a year. They were forced to sell most of their possessions and live in a motel before moving into Elizabeth's mother's garage with their son Dylan, 8, in March 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 18, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HOMELESS/
RTR2VLIV
December 23, 2011
Nairkahe Touray (L) speaks with Reuters as her daughter Aeisha, 3, looks on where she lives with her...
Miami, UNITED STATES
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Nairkahe Touray (L) speaks with Reuters as her daughter Aeisha, 3, looks on where she lives with her five of eight children at the Chapman Partnership homeless shelter in Miami, Florida, December 19, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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December 23, 2011
Nairkahe Touray (C) speaks with Reuters where she lives with her five of her eight children at the Chapman...
Miami, UNITED STATES
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Nairkahe Touray (C) speaks with Reuters where she lives with her five of her eight children at the Chapman Partnership homeless shelter in Miami, Florida, December 19, 2011. Below is Aeisha, 3, and at right is Yesuf, 11-months old. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Donna Lawes speaks about her homeless circumstances as she waits with members of three homeless families...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
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Donna Lawes speaks about her homeless circumstances as she waits with members of three homeless families who have banded together to appeal for help at the offices of Faith in Action community housing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, December 21, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. To match story USA-HOMELESS/. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Debbie Summers (C) holds her children, Jordain (R), 3, and Jomari, 2, as she waits for admittance in...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
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Debbie Summers (C) holds her children, Jordain (R), 3, and Jomari, 2, as she waits for admittance in a homeless shelter at the offices of Faith in Action community housing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, December 21, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. To match story USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Debbie Summers (C) holds her children, Jordain (R), 3, and Jomari, 2, as she waits for admittance in...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/
Debbie Summers (C) holds her children, Jordain (R), 3, and Jomari, 2, as she waits for admittance in a homeless shelter at the offices of Faith in Action community housing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, December 21, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 21, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
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December 23, 2011
The Chapman Partnership homeless shelter is shown in Miami, Florida, December 19, 2011. In a report issued...
Miami, UNITED STATES
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The Chapman Partnership homeless shelter is shown in Miami, Florida, December 19, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women.
Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Nairkahe Touray (C) and five of her children are shown in the room where they all live at the Chapman...
Miami, UNITED STATES
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Nairkahe Touray (C) and five of her children are shown in the room where they all live at the Chapman Partnership homeless shelter in Miami, Florida, December 19, 2011. Touray spoke of how she burned through her savings and wound up living in a car with five of her eight children earlier this year. The children, clockwise from left, are Jamil, 10, Aeisha, 3, Verron, 14, Yesuf, 11-months and Jihad, 12. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
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December 23, 2011
Nairkahe Touray speaks with Reuters at the Chapman Partnership homeless shelter, where she lives in Miami,...
Miami, UNITED STATES
To match story USA-HOMELESS/
Nairkahe Touray speaks with Reuters at the Chapman Partnership homeless shelter, where she lives in Miami, Florida, December 19, 2011. Touray spoke of how she burned through her savings and wound up living in a car with five of her eight children earlier this year. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Antonio Dixon (R) and his mother, Corenthia Dixon applaud during...
Miami, UNITED STATES
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Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Antonio Dixon (R) and his mother, Corenthia Dixon applaud during a program at a toy distribution at Gwen Cherry Park in Miami, Florida, December 20, 2011. Dixon and his mother said they were in many homeless shelters as Antonio grew up in Miami and Atlanta. Dixon is on the injured list currently and expects to play again next season. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 20, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT FOOTBALL)
USA-HOMELESS
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December 23, 2011
Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Antonio Dixon (R) and his mother, Corenthia Dixon pose with a young...
Miami, UNITED STATES
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Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Antonio Dixon (R) and his mother, Corenthia Dixon pose with a young girl who received a toy at a toy distribution at Gwen Cherry Park in Miami, Florida, December 20, 2011. Dixon and his mother said they were in many homeless shelters as Antonio grew up in Miami and Atlanta. Dixon is on the injured list currently and expects to play again next season. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 20, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT FOOTBALL)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Antonio Dixon (R) and his mother, Corenthia Dixon pose with children...
Miami, UNITED STATES
To match story USA-HOMELESS/
Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Antonio Dixon (R) and his mother, Corenthia Dixon pose with children who received toys at a toy distributio at Gwen Cherry Park in Miami, Florida, December 20, 2011. Dixon and his mother said they were in many homeless shelters as Antonio grew up in Miami and Atlanta. Dixon is on the injured list currently and expects to play again next season. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 20, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT FOOTBALL POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Luis Martinez (R) and his children, Jesse and Alicia speak to Reuters during an interview in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
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Luis Martinez (R) and his children, Jesse and Alicia speak to Reuters during an interview in Los Angeles December 19, 2011. The family is homeless and currently living in this office space at the Union Rescue Mission in the skid row section of Los Angeles. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Luis Martinez (L) and his children Joseph (2nd L), Jesse and Alicia (R), speak to Reuters during an interview...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match story USA-HOMELESS/
Luis Martinez (L) and his children Joseph (2nd L), Jesse and Alicia (R), speak to Reuters during an interview in Los Angeles December 19, 2011. Martinez and his family live at the Union Rescue Mission shelter in the skid row section of Los Angeles. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/.Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Luis Martinez (L) and his children Alicia (2nd L), Jesse and Joseph (R) pose for Reuters during an interview...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
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Luis Martinez (L) and his children Alicia (2nd L), Jesse and Joseph (R) pose for Reuters during an interview in Los Angeles December 19, 2011. Martinez and his family live at the Union Rescue Mission shelter in the skid row section of Los Angeles. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women.
Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match story USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/.Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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December 23, 2011
Jesse Martinez lies on a couch as he and his family are interviewed by Reuters in Los Angeles December...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
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Jesse Martinez lies on a couch as he and his family are interviewed by Reuters in Los Angeles December 19, 2011. Martinez and his family live at the Union Rescue Mission shelter in the skid row section of Los Angeles. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/.Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Luis Martinez (C) and his sons Jesse (L) and Joseph participate in an interview with Reuters in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
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Luis Martinez (C) and his sons Jesse (L) and Joseph participate in an interview with Reuters in Los Angeles December 19, 2011. The family is homeless and currently living in this office space at the Union Rescue Mission in the skid row section of Los Angeles. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Eleven year old Joseph Martinez smiles for the camera in Los Angeles, California, December 19, 2011....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
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Eleven year old Joseph Martinez smiles for the camera in Los Angeles, California, December 19, 2011. Martinez lives at the Union Rescue Mission shelter in the skid row section of Los Angeles. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. To match Feature USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Tracy Burger, 45, (L) prepares food with his wife Elizabeth, 43, (C) in their eight-year-old son Dylan's...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
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Tracy Burger, 45, (L) prepares food with his wife Elizabeth, 43, (C) in their eight-year-old son Dylan's room, in a converted garage in Los Angeles, California, December 18, 2011. The Burgers lost their apartment in 2009 after both losing their jobs with combined earnings of $100,000 a year. They were forced to sell most of their possessions and live in a motel before moving into Elizabeth's mother's garage in March 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 18, 2011. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Elizabeth Burger, 43, opens the fridge at their home in a converted garage in Los Angeles, California...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
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Elizabeth Burger, 43, opens the fridge at their home in a converted garage in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2011. Elizabeth, and her husband Tracy, 45, lost their apartment in 2009 after both losing their jobs with combined earnings of $100,000 a year. They were forced to sell most of their possessions and live in a motel before moving into Elizabeth's mother's garage with their son Dylan, 8, in March 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 18, 2011. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Tameika Henry (R) holds her niece, Briahanna Henry, 5, as they wait with members of three homeless families...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
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Tameika Henry (R) holds her niece, Briahanna Henry, 5, as they wait with members of three homeless families who have banded together to appeal for help at the offices of Faith in Action community housing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, December 21, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 21, 2011. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Debbie Summers (R) sits at the wheel of her car with all of their possessions inside as her children,...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
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Debbie Summers (R) sits at the wheel of her car with all of their possessions inside as her children, Jordain (L), 3, and Jomari, 2, sit in the back seat as they wait for admittance to a homeless shelter at the offices of Faith in Action community housing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, December 21, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 21, 2011. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Nairkahe Touray (L) speaks with Reuters as her daughter Aeisha, 3, looks on where she lives with her...
Miami, UNITED STATES
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Nairkahe Touray (L) speaks with Reuters as her daughter Aeisha, 3, looks on where she lives with her five of her eight children at the Chapman Partnership homeless shelter in Miamii, Florida, December 19, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 19, 2011. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-HOMELESS/
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December 23, 2011
Donna Lawes (C) sits at the wheel of her van as she waits with members of three homeless families who...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOMELESS/
Donna Lawes (C) sits at the wheel of her van as she waits with members of three homeless families who have banded together to appeal for help at the offices of Faith in Action community housing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, December 21, 2011. In a report issued earlier this month, the National Center on Family Homelessness, based in Needham, Massachusetts, said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States last year or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. That marked a 38 percent jump in child homelessness since 2007 and Ellen Bassuk, the center's president, attributes the increase to fallout from the U.S. recession and a surge in the number of extremely poor households headed by women. Picture taken December 21, 2011. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOMELESS/ REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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