Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Chinese adoptions halted by COVID

The hardest part about waiting has been “wondering how she’s doing, and not having regular updates.”

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

What Temporary Means: Portraits of family at home

These pictures explore and exist in this limbo of time––joyful and memorable, but occasionally lonely and grim.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

An undocumented family navigates the pandemic

Undocumented workers are not counted in the millions of people who lost their jobs and mixed status families are suffering in silence.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Coronavirus flipped my world upside down

I wasn’t going to lose anything else to this deadly virus. I chose to fight for us.


Medical aid in dying debate rages in New York

Lynda and Kenny Holler cheer on their sons at the Bear Classic track race in October 2013, 10 months before […]


NYC Puerto Ricans’ frustrations mount in wake of destruction

The state of New York is home to over a million people who identify as Puerto Rican, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the largest number in any state.


Agan Town: Fifteen years after coal mining ends

This documentary navigates the living conditions of the remaining town residents.

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NYC Marathon: Family support in Central Park

Temperatures were at a frigid 52 degrees and wind speeds up to 26mph. Officials said it was slowing down runners by five minutes on average.


Thriving with cystic fibrosis

Off the field, keeping Tiernan’s lungs as healthy as possible has been her family’s priority since her diagnosis.


One year later, military family still mourns fallen son

A year after Johnny Kihm died in Afghanistan, his family is still coming to terms with his passing.