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Exonerated, Freed, and What Happened Then

The New York Times

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Produced by: Tom Jackson, Sarah Kramer, Amy O'Leary, Janet Roberts, Fernando Santos

Since 1989, more than 200 prisoners have been exonerated by DNA evidence in the United States. The New York Times interviewed 137 of them about their lives since leaving prison -- their jobs and loves, their health care and housing. The findings and dozens of audio interviews are presented below. More…


A New Tower for The Times

The New York Times

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Produced by: Graham Roberts, Gabriel Dance, Mika Gröndahl, Raymond McCrea Jones and Alan McLean

More views of the Times tower, and a narration by the architecture critic, Nicolai Ouroussoff. Includes panoramic views of the interior and exterior of The New York Times tower. More…


A Guide to ‘The Age of Rembrandt’

The New York Times

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Produced by: Vu Nguyen, MIke Grondahl, Sylvia Rupani-Smith

"The Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Painting in the Metropolitan Museum of Art," an exhibition of the museum's complete Dutch collection of 228 paintings, stretches through 12 galleries. It's a lot to take in. Here are some highlights. Holland Cotter, art critic of The New York Times, narrates. More…


Regional Differences in Costs and Care

The New York Times

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Produced by: Erin Aigner, Matthew Bloch, Vu Nguyen

Geographic variation in quality and cost of health is a result of many complicating factors. These maps, which use 2003 Medicare patient data, show the variability of cost in the Medicare system and the rates of several kinds of surgery. More…


The Master of Clay Takes Aim at the Fast Courts

The New York Times

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Produced by: Graham Roberts, Joe Ward, John Branch, Shan Carter, Alberto Cairo

A look at Rafael Nadal's approach on three of the game's surfaces. More…


The Art of Pitching

The New York Times

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Produced by: Graham Roberts, +ISM

What to throw to David Ortiz. How to grip a two-seam fastball, or make a scuffed ball swerve and dive. Mike Mussina, the Yankees right-hander, provides a primer on his craft More…


Serena Williams's Professional Career

The New York Times

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Produced by: Casey Alt, Amanda Cox, Vu Nguyen

After about six years as a top 20 player, Serena Williams slid to No. 140 before a comeback leading up to the 2007 Australian Open. More…


Paths to the Top of the Home Run Charts

The New York Times

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Produced by: Shan Carter, Amanda Cox, Joe Ward

A look at how different home run leaders arrived at their total. Did they start out quickly, and then trail off? Or did they build their total steadily? Or did they start slow and finish strong? More…


New York City Triathlon: One River, Two Boroughs, Three Sports

The New York Times

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Produced by: Shan Carter, Jeffrey Marcus

Sunday, July 22, about 3,400 athletes competed in the New York City Triathlon, a three-sport adventure that took them through the Hudson River, Manhatten and the Bronx. Emma Snowsill, the defending, spoke about what it is like to compete in this event. More…


Behind the Legend of Col. Mike McCoy

The Orlando Sentinel

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Produced by: William Couch and Staff

The story of U.S. Air Force Col. Michael McCoy, the heroic pilot who steered his disintegrating jet bomber away from homes and schools to an empty field on the edge of town. More…