Alone in America

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Remember when living alone carried something of a stigma? According to the latest research, those days are gone. Nearly half of adult Americans are single, nearly a third of all households have just one resident. Guest host Judy Muller looks at this phenomenon, what's driving it, and the consequences for those choosing to live alone and for the community as a whole. Also, a US double agent foils an al Qaeda bombing plot, and political upset in Indiana and an overwhelming rejection of gay marriage in North Carolina.

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Judy Muller