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Revisiting the South Bronx, 35 Millimeters at a Time

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Produced by: David Gonzalez, Alexis Mainland, Meaghan Looram

Thirty years ago, a Bronx native returned home and photographed the ruins of his borough. As he revisits his pictures, he sees much more than the notorious rubble. More…


Scenes From a Raid

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Produced by: Michael Kamber, James Dao, Amy O'Leary, Jeff Delviscio

U.S. soldiers and Afghan security forces conducted a raid on homes in eastern Afghanistan. More…


How Different Groups Spend Their Day

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Produced by: Shan Carter, Amanda Cox, Kevin Quealy and Amy Schoenfeld

The American Time Use Survey asks thousands of American residents to recall every minute of a day. Here is how people over age 15 spent their time in 2008. More…


An Ancient Society Faces New Change in Brazil

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Produced by: Damon Winter, Jeffery DelViscio, Judy Tong, Maggie Fazeli Fard

As climate change reaches deep in the Amazon, the Kamayura indians struggle to adjust. More…


1969 in Popular Culture

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Produced by: Julie Bloom, Jon Huang, Andrew Kuneman, Krishnan Vasudevan

By itself, the moon landing 40 years ago would have made 1969 a year of historic proportions. But the flight of Apollo 11 occurred against a backdrop of creativity and chaos, violence and hopefulness that seemed to define the decade of the '60s. More…


Apollo 11 - Mission to the Moon

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Produced by: Jonathan Corum, Jon Huang, Soo-Jeong Kang, Andrew Kueneman, Thomas Lin, Jigar Mehta

On July 16, 1969, three astronauts embarked on a mission to reach the moon. Four days later, Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on an extraterrestrial body. John Noble Wilford, who covered the Apollo 11 mission for The New York Times, narrates a look back at the historic journey. More…


New York City Homicides Map

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Produced by: Matthew Bloch, Shan Carter, Tyson Evans, Brian Hamman, Andrew W. Lehren

Each day, the New York Police Department announces major crimes, including most homicides, in the five boroughs. This data is compiled from those reports, in addition to news accounts, court records and additional reporting. The map will be updated as new information becomes available. More…


War Without Borders: Fueling Mexico's Drug Trade

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Produced by: Marc Lacey, Nancy Donaldson, Catrin Einhorn, Zach Wise

Every day, Americans help finance both sides of the Mexican drug war by purchasing illegal drugs and smuggling weapons. More…


Ballet at the Vaganova

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Produced by: James Hill, Nancy Donaldson

James Hill visited the storied Vaganova Ballet Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia, where a pure, undiluted form of classical dance is taught. More…


Stalemate in Korangal Valley

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Produced by: C.J. Chivers, Rob Harris

The American counter insurgency in this Taliban stronghold in Kunar Province has been at a bloody draw for years now. More…