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A Year at War

The New York Times

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Produced by: James Dao, Damon Winter, Gabriel Dance, Nancy Donaldson, Catrin Einhorn, Andrew Kueneman, Meaghan Looram

Some 30,000 American soldiers are taking part in the Afghanistan surge. Here are the stories of the men and women of First Battalion, 87th Infantry of the 10th Mountain Division. Over the next year, The New York Times will follow their journey. More…


Beyond the Stoop

The New York Times

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Produced by: Béatrice De Géa, Brian Dawson, Michael Kolomatsky

About 70,000 blocks make up New York City, each one a tile in our vast mosaic, each with its own stories. Below, a core sample from just one, South Elliott Place, between Lafayette and Dekalb. More…


Voices

USA Today

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Produced by: Thad Allender, Christopher Houston, William Couch, Katharine Jarmul, Joshua Hatch, Steve Elfers, Chuck Rose

Ask a question...share the response. The USA TODAY voices project is simply a modern way to capture and share your thoughts on an important question. USA TODAY video journalists ask a question in cities and at events across America and use the video to get the conversation started. Each video lives on a page that allows you to comment, Tweet or record a response of your own. So, browse through the questions we have asked, or suggest your own. If you find one you're passionate about, share your voice with the rest of the USA...today. More…


Portraits Of The Unemployed

National Public Radio

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Produced by: Maria Godoy, Coburn Dukehart, Nelson Hsu and Alyson Hurt

As the U.S. struggles with a deepening recession on track to become the worst in more than two generations, the impact is being felt across all states, industries and income levels. Meet some of the faces behind America's unemployment numbers. NPR will be checking back with them periodically as they hunt for that increasingly hard-to-find commodity: a job. More…


One in 8 Million - New York Characters in Sound and Images

The New York Times

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Produced by: Sarah Kramer, Alexis Mainland, Todd Heisler

New York is a city of characters. On the subway and in its streets, from the intensity of Midtown to the intimacy of neighborhood blocks, is a 305-square-mile parade of people with something to say. This is a collection of a few of their passions and problems, relationships and routines, vocations and obsessions. More…


Anticipating Obama's Inauguration on a City Block in Washington

The New York Times

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Produced by: Amy O'Leary, Nancy Donaldson, Monica Evanchik, Zach Wise and Graham Roberts

Residents of one Washington city block, where two churches for decades symbolized the nation's racial divide, come together to open their doors to a nation on Inauguration Day. More…


I Hope So Too

The New York Times

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Produced by: Gabriel Dance, Catrin Einhorn, Andrew Kueneman, Aron Pilhofer

The Times asked more than 200 people to share their thoughts. Readers are invited to vote on favorites. More…


Carver High: The Last Generation of Segregation in Kannapolis

Independent Tribune

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Produced by: Kate Lord, Josh Lanier, James Nix

Former students from the last all-black high school in Kannapolis recall their struggles and triumphs while getting an education under segregation. More…


Six Billion Others

Yann Arthus-Bertrand

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Produced by: Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Six Billion Others a future online repository of thousands of video & audio testimonies as a portrait of contemporary mankind. the people are recorded in a full frame shot so that the closeness of the interviewee's face generates an intimacy encouraging attentive listening. More…


13 Seconds in August: The 35W bridge collapse

Star Tribune

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Produced by: Rhonda Prast, Jane Friedman, Dave Braunger, Vanessa House, Pam Louwagie, Regina McCombs, J. Pinkley

They were stuck in Minneapolis traffic on their way home from work. They were going to spend time with in-laws, work out, pick up a child from the sitter, deliver a truck load of bread. Then the 35W bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River. At that moment, the lives of nearly 200 people were suddenly and irrevocably linked. Each number represents someone on the bridge that evening. Click to read their stories, hear their voices and see the faces of survivors and those who died as the bridge collapsed. More…


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