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  Jimmy Carter back on the job following illnes

Former President Carter back at work after illness

  Former President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn help build a Habitat for Humanity house in Washington, D.C. to mark United Nations’ World Habitat Day. The Carters will join 1,000 volunteers to build or repair 86 houses this week in six cities to honor the President’s 86th birthday. Carter says

Katrina survivor puts in 'sweat equity' for her new home

  Ashley Muse lost her house during Hurricane Katrina. She is working right now on her own house, sponsored by Habitat for Humanity.

‘Humanity’ in the wake of Katrina’s wrath

  TODAY’s Kerry Sanders takes a look at how Habitat for Humanity helped hurricane victims who were once living in FEMA trailers.

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Former President Jimmy Carter measures a window opening June 18, 1991 for one of the houses that he and wife Rosalyn, not shown, are helping to build in Miami, Fl. The Carters are in Miami on a week-long construction effort, part of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami. The group plans to rais

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DJ Lance Rock from Yo Gabba Gabba and Blake Lewis from American Idol join with volunteers and other celebrities as they spend a day helping build houses for the "Habitat for Humanity" organization in Los Angeles on August 12, 2010. Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homel