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Memories of political parties in Brazil

Veja.com

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Produced by: Design by Sidclei Sobral, search by Daniel Jelin and Branca Nunes

A timeline that tells the emergence of political parties in Brazil from 1964 to 2010. More…


Tracking Meghan Landowski's killer

Pilot Online

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Produced by: Miranda Mulligan, Brian Clark, Janie Bryant

An look inside: The case that began with a stepfather's anguished 911 call on April 10, 2008, in Portsmouth ended Feb. 18 when Robert Lee Barnes was sentenced for sexually assaulting and stabbing to death his 16-year-old friend, Meghan Landowski. More…


Not Forgotten: Looking back at the Korean War

Pilot Online

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Produced by: Miranda Mulligan, Sam Saccone, Stephen Katz, Brian Clark

On June 25, 1950, North Korean troops stormed south, launching a war that would last until 1953. The men who fought there will never forget. Hear the stories of local vets (SE Virginia, Hampton Roads) in this video interactive. Read about some milestones and a story about 21-months in a POW camp. More…


Times of Crisis

Reuters

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Produced by: Jassim Ahmad, Ayperi Ecer, Tim Klimowicz, Bob Sacha, Brian Storm

On September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers became the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history, its collapse paralysing the global financial system. Spanning 365 days of upheaval, we see how lives everywhere have changed as a divergent world embarks on a new era of historic uncertainty. More…


Timeline of Edward M. Kennedy's Life

Boston.com

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Produced by: Jennifer Ehrlich

An interactive timeline highlighting the life and career of Edward M. Kennedy. More…


The San Diego Padres: Uniforms Through the Years

Sign-On San Diego

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Produced by: Noah Albrecht, Joey Nowak

There may be no other big-league franchise with more wardrobe changes in the past 40 years than the San Diego Padres. Some would call them fashion faux pas - from the notorious "taco" colors in the late ’70s and early ’80s to the armed forces camouflage tribute - while others would call the threads classics. Either way, the colorful and unique progression of uniforms makes the Padres one of a kind. More…


1969 in Popular Culture

The New York Times

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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…


Die Berlin-Bilanz

ZDF

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German public broadcaster ZDF is looking back at the four years of Grand Coalition in Berlin, lead by Chancellor Merkel and facing election in September 2009. Lots of videos from the archive have been assembled and put together in a cover-flow/cooliris-like enviroment. Navigation is not fully selfexplanatory, though. More…


Andrew Jackson : Good, Evil & The Presidency

PBS Online

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Produced by: Philip Dunn, Matthew Morris, Jimmy Mooney, Peter Grant, Jackie Kain, David Neiman

The quintessential self-made man, Andrew Jackson, the son of poor Irish immigrants, rose from his humble background to become a national military icon and the 7th President of the United States. During his terms as president, Jackson confronted some of the defining issues facing a nascent nation still searching for its identity. By moving beyond the politics and ideologies set in place by the Founding Fathers, Andrew Jackson became one of the most striking, polarizing, and influential figures in American history. More…


Oregon Historical Society Timeweb

The Oregon Historical Society

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Produced by: Second Story

The Oregon Historical Society’s Timeweb uses over 800 records from the Society’s archival collection to tell the story of Oregon over time. The site builds interactive timelines to create historical webs of ideas, events, and places. To begin exploring, choose a Spotlight, Era, or Featured Record or build your own Oregon story by selecting topics you would like to know more about. More…