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Freedom's Ride
Two diverse groups of students -- one from Harlem, NY, one from Long Valley, NJ -- retrace the Civil Rights Movement together.
Losing Keith, Keeping Faith
A chaplain who ministers to veterans mourns the loss of her son, who committed suicide in Iraq. (San Jose Mercury News)
A Hendrix Experience in Hollywood
Look-alike, sound-alike rock legend impersonator Anthony Aquarius has Jimi down to a tee. (LAT)
Stalemate in Korangal Valley
American soldiers come under fire in this Taliban stronghold where the fighting has been at a bloody draw for years. (NYT)
Depression: Out of the Shadows
Millions of Americans suffer in silence from this extremely common disease. How can it be recognized ... and treated? Peabody Award winner. (PBS)
From Baghdad to San Jose
A former Iraqi interpreter for the U.S. military and his family relocate to the safe haven of Silicon Valley, where they struggle to make ends meet. (SJMN)
An 'Honor Flight' for WWII Vets
Over 60 years later, these veterans are honored for their service with a special trip from Texas to the nation's capital. (Time)
Cracking the Whip in Pakistan
Amid a stronghold of radical Islam, two brothers slyly run a million-dollar business in Karachi, manufacturing fetish and bondage gear for Westerners. (NYT)
Diminished Chords
Part musical instrument, part elegant furniture, the piano's once magnificent status in American living rooms is rapidly declining. Here's what we're missing.(LAT)
Campaign
Plucked from obscurity by the ruling political machine, Kazuhiko Yamauchi runs for city council in Kawasaki. Welcome to democracy -- Japanese style. Peabody Award winner. (PBS)