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The Changing Landscape of the Lower Ninth Ward

The New York Times

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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…


Top Inaugural Speeches Interactive

Internet Broadcasting

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Produced by: Designer: Greg Bro

Learn about some of our nation's most memorable inaugural speeches. More…


Compare The Candidates Interactive

Internet Broadcasting

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Produced by: Greg Bro

Find out where the candidates stand on key issues. More…


The Wealthiest Americans Ever

The New York Times

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Produced by: Tom Jackson, Monica Evanchik, Amanda Cox

When wealth is measured as a percentage of the economy, John D. Rockefeller was the wealthiest American ever. Many of the all-time richest Americans made their fortunes during the Gilded Age of the late 1800s. More…


Snapshot: Global Migration

The New York Times

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Produced by: Farhana Hossain

Nearly 190 million people, about three percent of the world's population, lived outside their country of birth in 2005. A look at the flow of people around the globe. More…


Exploring the Chesapeake : Then and Now

National Geographic

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Produced by: Second Story

Explore the Chesapeake today to discover reflections of its past and clues to its future. More…


10 Years After Andrew

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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Produced by: R. Scott Horner, Ed Bremner, Rich Rokicki

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel produced this fully interactive piece that takes a look at the impact of Hurricane Andrew with then-and-now photos. The multimedia piece also includes a "What-If" section and juxtaposed photos sprinkled throughout that evokes emotion and awe. More…


The New Silicon Valley? Booming in Bangalore

San Jose Mercury News

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Produced by: other (or in-house credits)

Bangalore, the technology hub of India, is booming like the Bay Area once did, becoming a world-class magnet for tech jobs, economic activity and, increasingly, innovation. The piece was produced by the photo staff. More…