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A Year at War

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Produced by: James Dao, Damon Winter, Gabriel Dance, Nancy Donaldson, Catrin Einhorn, Andrew Kueneman, Meaghan Looram

Some 30,000 American soldiers are taking part in the Afghanistan surge. Here are the stories of the men and women of First Battalion, 87th Infantry of the 10th Mountain Division. Over the next year, The New York Times will follow their journey. More…


Reviving Ground Zero

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Produced by: Gabriel Dance, Tom Jackson and Graham Roberts

Reporter David W. Dunlap describes how the new World Trade Center complex is taking shape. More…


The Changing Landscape of the Lower Ninth Ward

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Produced by: Zach Wise, Sarah Wheaton

Before Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans’s Lower 9th Ward was home to an estimated 18,000 people. But five years later, only about a quarter of that number live in the hard-hit neighborhood. Andrew Curtis, a university researcher, leads a team of students and local community members that is documenting the substantial changes in the area. Take a tour of the evolving landscape of the Lower Ninth Ward and read what local residents and researchers have to say. More…


Beyond the Stoop

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Produced by: Béatrice De Géa, Brian Dawson, Michael Kolomatsky

About 70,000 blocks make up New York City, each one a tile in our vast mosaic, each with its own stories. Below, a core sample from just one, South Elliott Place, between Lafayette and Dekalb. More…


IBM's Watson Trivia Challenge

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Produced by: Tom Jackson, Gabriel Dance, Heena Ko, Andrew Kueneman, Kim Bost, Miki Meek

Play against I.B.M.'s question-answering supercomputer. More…


How the Alzheimer's Gene Affects a Colombian Family

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Produced by: Todd Heisler, Nancy Donaldson

A look at the world's largest family suffering from Alzheimer's disease, and the hope that they may help scientists find answers for everyone else. More…


A Closer Look at the Destruction From the Haiti Earthquake

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Zoom in on the images below and examine up close some of the damage caused by the earthquake in Haiti. More…


The Berlin Wall: 20 Years Later

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Produced by: Fabrizio Bensch, Jeffery Delviscio, Victoria Shannon, Baden Copeland, Jon Huang

Snaking along the 28-mile-long Berlin Wall stood as a border between East and West Berlin from 1961 to 1989. That all changed on Nov. 9, 1989, when an inexact translation, a confused border guard and a natural longing for a better life opened a hole in that wall that would eventually end the Cold War. More…


Inside the Private Equity Game

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Produced by: Amy O'Leary, Jigar Mehta, Krishnan Vasudevan, Tom Jackson, Zach Wise

How Private Equity Dealmakers Can Win While Their Companies Lose More…


A Southern California Cul-de-sac Reshaped by Foreclosures

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Produced by: Jennifer Steinhauer, Monica Almeida, Catrin Einhorn, Gabriel Dance, Haeyoun Park

Meet the families of Beth Court, a block in Moreno Valley, Calif., about 60 miles east of Los Angeles, which has been reshaped by the housing bust and recession. Their experiences reflect changes in communities across the country. More…