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Journal: Beautiful Lives

The New York Times

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Produced by: Chang W.Lee

Chang W. Lee arrived in Afghanistan late November 2001, when Taliban rule was nearing its end. He stayed 11 weeks in the country, seeking to capture the courage and spirit of the Afghan people, as well as to relay stories of war, disease and poverty. More…


Photographer's Journal: Hope in a Ruined Land

The New York Times

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Produced by: Tyler Hick

A photographic essay of Tyler Hick, documenting and reflecting on the situation in Afghanistan almost one year after the American-led forces began their effort to destroy the terrorist training camps of Osama bin Laden's network and oust the Taliban government that protected it. The Afghanistan Mr. Hicks returned to remains battle-scarred. The rebuilding of infrastructure and livelihood is a formidable task. More…


The Ultimate Adventure: Lewis & Clark

Time Magazine

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Lewis & Clark braved the unknown waters of the Missouri to chart America's future. As we approach the 200th anniversary of their sojourn, TIME reflects upon their sacrifice and achievement. More…


Running Dry

The New York Times

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Produced by: staff

Running Dry was a four-part series that ran on consecutive days in August 2002. Exploring the ways in which water scarcity is redrawing borders and creating crises around the world, the series aims to explore some fundamental questions: who should control access to water? What is being done to preserve supplies for the future? Is it appropriate for nations to embark in vast, costly and environmentally risky redistribution projects? More…


Envisioning Downtown

The New York Times

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Produced by: staff

On Dec. 18, seven teams of architects presented designs for rebuilding the World Trace Center site as part of a study project organized by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. NYTimes.com asked architects from each team to elaborate on their site renderings and discuss the ideas of their work. More…


Heroes of Public Safety

Star Tribune

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Produced by: Dave Braunger, Robyn Dochterman

After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, Americans gained a new appreciation for the firefighters, police officers and paramedics who risked their lives -- and sacrificed them -- to save others. Startribune.com and the Star Tribune honor Minnesota's everyday heroes with this project especially for younger readers. More…


Cornerstone: Decades of service end for the Bryants

Sarasota Herald Tribune

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Ruth Bryant, who runs Bryant's Grocery, has run her store for 56 years. But the store must close in June. More…


Multimedia, photo galleries from Iraq

Star Tribune

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Produced by: other (or in-house credits)

Videos from Star Tribune photojournalist Mike Zerby, audio from five correspondents in the conflict area, photo galleries from Zerby and Richard Sennott. More…


Double Play: The Joe and Jake Mauer story

Star Tribune

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Produced by: Regina McCombs, Jaime Chismar

St. Paul brothers Joe and Jake Mauer made headlines when they were both drafted by the Minnesota Twins. We followed them as they headed off to their first minor league assignment, through instructional league and spring training, and to their current team. This is your ticket to come along as these home-grown boys of summer chase their major-league dreams. More…


A Land of Open Secrets

The New York Times

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Produced by: John F. Burnes, Tyler Hicks

John F. Burnes, a foreign correspondent for The New York Times, and Tyler Hicks, a photographer for The Times, travelled around Baghdad to document the lives of Iraqi citizens and Saddam Hussein's grip on the land after United Nations weapons inspectors returned to Iraq in 2002. More…