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Return to the Arkansas Delta

The delta west of the Mississippi River was once a place where sharecroppers lived in segregation and poverty yet forged a vibrant community. Industrial farming has erased their culture, leaving behind endless sky and few people. Eugene Richards documented their world four decades ago. Now he returns to where his pictures began.
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Our Man in Mexico

In the first six months of this year, nearly 500 people have been murdered in the border city of Juárez, Mexico: An unprecedented streak of gore that has claimed police and shop owners, cocaine users and innocent bystanders. But if you think it’s just the cartels and crooked cops doing all the killing, you don’t know half the story.

GQ
Jun 2001
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The Emptied Prairie

In the early 20th century, railroads lured settlers into North Dakota with promises of homesteads. Towns were planted everywhere. Houses rose from the sweep of the plains, many, like this one, with a story no one can trace. People believed rain would follow the plow. But they were wrong.

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Native Lands

Something remarkable is happening in Indian country: Tribes whose lands were once taken from them are setting an example for how to restore the environment.

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Our Wall

A wall along the U.S.-Mexico border prompts divided feelings: it offends people. It comforts people. And it keeps expanding.

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A Life to Fry For

Hot on the Trail of Bighorn.
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The Bone Garden of Desire

When everyone dies on you, keep the recipe simple. As long as you are alive, be alive. Taste deeply. Trust the senses. Forget advice. Drink something. Cook. Eat.

Aug 2000
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The Senate’s Triple Amputee

Max Cleland has one arm and no legs. He is a United States senator. This is how he lives.

Aug 1999
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The War Next Door

Adam Smith’s invisible hand meets magical realism on the border.

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The Teachings of Don Fernando

A Life and Death in the Narcotics Trade.
Jun 2002
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Ike and Lyndon

Portrait of the Artist and the President.
Mar 2000
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Laughter, Gunfire, and Forgetting

An elusive tale of the Mexican drug war.
Sep 1995
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While You Were Sleeping

In Juarez, Mexico, photographers expose the violent realities of free trade.
Dec 1996
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Little Big Man

The totally unpresidential, but strangely appealing, campaign of Dennis Kucinich.
Nov 2003
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Keeper of the Fire

He made Kathie Lee Gifford cry and made the Gap treat its workers better. Now Charlie Kernaghan plans to put an end to sweatshop labor altogether.
Jul 2003
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Torch Song

At the Peripheries of Violence and Desire.
Aug 1998
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Exodus: Border Crossers Form a New America

Coyotes, pollos, and the promised van.
Sep 2010
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“We Bring Fear”

A reporter flees the biggest cartel of all—the Mexican Army.

Jul 2009
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The Wisdom of Rats

Jan 2010
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The Tower Tragedy

In Austin, they’re finally reopening the tower from which Charles Whitman committed mass murder. Meet the two gentlemen who liberated it last time.

Feb 1999
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Outback Nightmares and Refugee Dreams

When a few thousand men, women, and children sought asylum in Australia, the Welcoming Country responded with prison camps, tear gas, and forced relocation to distant island jails.
Apr 2003
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The Only Place to Go

Oct 2008
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The Sicario

A Juarez hit man speaks.
May 2009