Why are 60,000 homeless in New York?

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Media captionNick Bryant reports: "New York City's homeless population has reached an all-time high"

It has been one of the coldest winters on record in America's north-east, and in New York City freezing temperatures have coincided with record numbers of homeless.

The city's homeless population at all-time high of 60,000 and 25,000 of those are children.

The BBC's New York correspondent Nick Bryant has been out onto the streets to meet those struggling to find shelter.

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