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Five to Remember

NCAA

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Produced by: John Caserta Design

The five classic NCAA tournament games narrated by players from each game. Browsable transcript allows users to jump to any point in the narration. More…


Earthpulse Expeditions

National Geographic

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Produced by: Bella Desai, Sean Markey, John Caserta

Led by National Geographic explorers-in-residence, EarthPulse Expeditions take students, scientists, and others into pristine places under attack. Select a recent expedition at right for photos, audio, and an interactive map of the region's natural wonders and threats. Plus, find out what's being done-and what can be done-to keep these wild places wild. More…


Life After Death: The Cult of Ahmad Shah Massoud

Six Billion

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In the 1980s, Ahmad Shah Massoud became one of Afghanistan's staunchest mujahideen- the holy warriors who fought the Soviets with Western backing. An ethnic Tajik who spent 25 years of his life as a guerilla, Massoud in early 2001 begged the West for help to defeat the Taliban and Al Qaeda, but was killed before he had the chance. Now memorialized on carpets, posters, and billboards all over Afghanistan, his history is being rewritten. Watch, hear, and read a deconstruction of Massoud's legacy. More…


Times War Briefing

The New York Times

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Produced by: other (or in-house credits)

Daily update of events in the Iraq War, anchored by Times correspondent Patrick Tyler. More…


One Year Later

The Washington Post

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One year after 9-11: a look at the rebuilding of the Pentagon, reflections from the families and friends of the victims, and a view of how the attacks have shaped society and government. More…


First Week

Democrat & Chronicle

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New parenthood is exhausting and exhilarating, often at the same time. Newborns are often awake and needing attention at night, asleep much of the day, crying one moment, content the next. The first week with a baby presents a string of new experiences. Jennifer and David Cherelin, who live in Rochester, agreed to let the Democrat & Chronicle capture this life transition by chronicling their first week of parenthood. More…


Romeo & Juliet

Democrat & Chronicle

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For the first time in more than 16 years East High School students will perform a play. On May 10th & 11th, in the school's auditorium,"Romeo & Juliet" opens. For English teacher Jim Fitta this is the first experience as a director. For many of the students this is their first time acting. More…


The Fans of Nascar

The Roanoke Times

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Produced by: Josh Meltzer, Missy Warp, Seth Gitner

Portraits of Nascar fans and why they like the sport in their own voices. More…


The New York Marathon

The New York Times

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The New York Marathon: This audio slide show takes you to the New York City Marathon with photographs from various New York Times staff photographers and ambient sound of the event gathered by Naka Nathaniel. More…


Afghanistan Today

Time Magazine

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Produced by: Alexandra Boulat, James Nachtwey, John Stanmeyer,

Seven months after the Tailban fell under pressure of U.S. bombs. TIME sent photographers Alexandra Boulat, James Nachtwey, John Stanmeyer, and Christopher Morris to capture what has already changed and what challenges lie ahead More…