Even in the Deep South, many committed gay couples have found acceptance in their communities.
Constantino Diaz-Duran is a freelance journalist based in New York. He is writing a book about the year he recently spent traveling across the USA, asking people what it means to be an American. He walked from New York to Alabama, where he spent five months working construction, and later rode Greyhound buses out to California and back home to New York. More at www.cddny.com.
In Guatemala, a reminder of the slaughter U.S. intelligence agencies ignored. By Constantino Diaz-Duran.
On Christmas Eve 17 years ago, two sisters stole a pittance—and got a life sentence. Constantino Diaz-Duran on what happened that night, and the unlikely pardon that just saved them.
Just six weeks after Chile's miraculous rescue, 29 miners are trapped underground in New Zealand. Constantino-Diaz Duran reports on the eerie similarities—and the life-or-death differences.
Jailed for using fake documents in Missouri, a Guatemalan mother entrusted her son to her sister—and he was taken away and adopted by strangers. Encarnación Romero tells her harrowing story to Constantino Diaz-Duran.
As mayor, Sergio Fajardo turned around Medellin, and now he’s set his sights on Colombia’s highest office. He tells Constantino Diaz-Duran why he’s for legalizing drugs—and why Obama should take some cues from Clinton.
He had no weapon and committed no violent act, yet he's charged with killing his friend. Constantino Diaz-Duran on the controversial law that could send a Florida teen away for 50 years.
From the wife who refused to watch the rescue to the miner dubbed the “Chilean Forrest Gump,” six subplots from the dramatic rescue.
The miners are alive and well—and, much to many people’s surprise, looking fabulous. Constantino Diaz-Duran on how they emerged so clean-cut after two months underground.
Today, rescuers reached the Chilean miners trapped 2,300 feet underground. Constantino Diaz-Duran on the incredible end of a months-long saga of survival—and why it's not over yet.