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The Border Project: Staging ground for the undocumented
The town of Altar, Mexico, responds to the needs of migrants making the dangerous trip across the border.
The Border Project: Latinos against illegal immigration
Not all Latinos support illegal immigration. Amanda Van Allen reports from Nogales and Tempe, Arizona.
The Border Project: Businesses on both sides struggle
Amanda Palesencia reports from Nogales Arizona and Mexico.
Popular street entertainer copes in color
It's easy to dismiss Gomez as nothing more than a sideshow performer. But there is a method to his madness: Gomez has AIDS, and his colorful persona helps him cope.
A Jersey City cop on the gangs of JC
In this mixed media slideshow, Detective Ben Wilson opens up the streets of Jersey City like never before through the eyes of a police officer.
Bloomberg targets salty diets
As part of his National Salt Reduction Initiative, Bloomberg called for restaurants and food manufacturers to reduce salt content of their food by 25 percent over the next five years.
Tenant president stands up for residents
Odell Pamias, 67, is the president of the tenant association at Jacob Riis Houses, a public housing development in the East Village that is home to 4,305 residents.
Artistic statues mistaken for suicidal jumpers
“Event Horizons” art exhibit, by British artist Antony Gormley, places life-size statues atop buildings and on ledges — causing some New Yorkers to have 9/11 flashbacks.
Homeless find strength in spirituality
Faith in a higher power provides a constant source of strength to countless people living on the streets.
Transgender activists, Jersey tabloid at odds
Transgender activists are outraged over a recent report in the Jersey Journal, a Jersey City-based tabloid, about the prostitution arrest of Coy Gordon of West New York.