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PBS NEWSHOUR

Saturday, January 11 2014

  • Aired: 01/11/2014
  • 25:06
  • Expires: 02/10/2014
  • Rating: NR
Tonight on the program, a look at the life and legacy of Ariel Sharon, who died Saturday. In our signature segment, the number of Americans living in the suburbs has surged so has suburban poverty. Also: while wages, adjusted for inflation, have been virtually flat during the past 45 years -- consumer prices have risen sharply. Bloomberg Businessweek's Roben Farzad provides analysis.
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The legacy of Ariel Sharon, tracking the rise of suburban poverty, and prices and wages.
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