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Power in Motion

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Produced by: Al Granberg, Kevin Quealy, Bedel Saget

Ana Ivanovic, currently ranked No. 2 in the world, uses her height and body motion to propel a powerful serve. Here is a breakdown of her mechanics. More…


Crane Collapse in Manhattan

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Produced by: Shan Carter, Graham Roberts, Haeyoun Park, Joe Ward, Archie Tse

Interactive graphics on the Upper East Side accident that killed two people and severely damaged several high-rise apartments. More…


An Interactive Look at Post-Katrina Recovery

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Produced by: Matthew Bloch, Haeyoun Park, Kassie Bracken

A walking tour of three neighborhoods last month offered a glimpse into the uneven nature of post-Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts throughout New Orleans. Though in some estimates the city may have recovered up to 70 percent of its population, about 65,000 residences "more than a third of the total" remain blighted. More…


2008 Beijing Olympics - Pictures of the Olympics

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An overview of the best in photography from the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Categories include the The Newsmakers, The Moments, The Ceremonies and images from Around Beijing. More…


In Flushing, All Eyes on Beijing

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Produced by: Emily S. Rueb, Corey Kilgannon, Amy O'Leary, Robert Stolarik

On the streets of this predominantly Chinese neighborhood in New York, the Olympics have channeled the pride of Chinese-Americans. More…


Going to the End of the Line

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Produced by: Jon Huang, Alexis Mainland, Richard Perry, David Frank, Nathan Olivares-Giles, Fritzie Andrade

For those subway riders who get off before the last stop "almost everyone" the end is just a sign on the train. What's there, anyway? It turns out there is often mystery, lonesomeness and beauty. Explore through photographs and video. More…


In New Orleans, One Schools Begins and Another Ends

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Produced by: Paul Tough, Jake Springfield, Jeffery Delviscio

Three years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city's school system, Rabouin High, in downtown New Orleans, is on the road to recovery. In the Lower Ninth Ward, Lawless High School wasn't so lucky. More…


Photographer's Journal: Fleeing the Georgian Conflict

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Produced by: Justyna Mielnikiewicz, Amy O'Leary, Robert Mackey

Photojournalist Justyna Mielnikiewicz discusses her photos of refugees who have fled Georgia’s conflict zones in distress, often not knowing whether family members are alive or dead. More…


Photographer's Journal : Capturing History at the Water Cube

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Produced by: Doug Mills, Lisa Iaboni, Miki Meek and Jeffrey Marcus

The Times's Doug Mills shares his experiences photographing diving and swimming at the National Aquatics Center in Beijing. More…


How Michael Phelps Won His First 2008 Gold

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Produced by: Shan Carter, Karen Crouse, Graham Roberts, Joe Ward

In his first race of the 2008 Olympics, Michael Phelps captured the gold medal in the 400-meter individual medley and set a new world record in the process. With seven races coming up this week, he hopes to top Mark Spitz’s record of seven gold medals in a single Games. More…