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Does your job pay less than it did five years ago?
Wage stagnation and an ever increasing cost of living have left many people feeling poorer over the last few years. But for some workers, skills shortages mean pay has shot up. So is your job on...
UK & Wales Reported Crime Cases (January to May 2019)
This simple infographic gives a breakdown of reported UK & Wales crime cases by crime type and city.
Pipeline Vandalism Cost
Pipeline vandalism leads to scarcity and shortage of petroleum products, as well as decrease in electricity supply with the attendant socio-economic problems. Nigeria over the years has been...
Europeans greatly overestimate Muslim population, poll shows
Members of the public in European states including France, Belgium, Germany and the UK greatly overestimate their country’s Muslim population and the rate at which it is growing.
Missile strikes of the United States, France and Britain on Syria
The reason for striking a blow at the Arab Republic was the incident on April 7 in the Syrian city of Dumas, where, according to some statements, chemical weapons were used.
Destruction In Palu
The earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia caused widespread destruction and killed more than 2,000 people. As the amount of destruction was still coming to light, Reuters used a series of...
Map: Donald Trump’s “mean, mean, mean” health care bill is meanest to his most crucial voters
An $834 billion cut to Medicaid, the government’s health insurance for the poor, is the biggest single change in the health-care bill that the US House of Representatives passed in May and the US...
2016 US Campaign Expenses
How did candidates spend their money in the 2016 US Election cycle? Data from the FEC
What Lies in Irma’s Path
With the powerful Hurricane Irma approaching the continental U.S, we sought to visualize and make sense of the some of the dangers facing those in Irma’s path, creating two maps and a chart to...
The fate of the Caliphate
This is the animated story of the rise, and the eventual fall of the self-proclaimed IS caliphate. The video was produced by the largest news organisation in the Netherlands, NOS. It came about...
We tracked the Trump scandals on right-wing news sites. Here’s how they covered it.
The past week of Trump scandals for people reading mainstream news outlets has gone something like this: President Trump fired the FBI director who was investigating his campaign’s connection with...
What President Obama’s executive actions mean for President Trump
Executive orders are just one of nearly 30 types of presidential actions that the president can use to do his job. All presidents have used them — they range from Lincoln’s Emancipation...
Copy, Paste, Legislate: We Looked For Legislation That Was Written By Special Interests. We Found It In All 50 States.
Lawmakers are supposed to write your laws. Instead, sometimes, special interests write them. This is how they do it. Our investigation examined nearly 1 million bills introduced in all 50 states...
Death and Destruction in Lombok
Chaos and destruction were evident across the Indonesian resort island of Lombok after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck in August. It was the second powerful quake to hit the island in a week,...
Are U.K. Economic Data Leaking?
The timing of price moves in British markets suggeststh some investors are informed about sensitive, unpublished economic data; a phenomena traders have complained about for years. We visualized 5...
Subway Policing In New York City Still Has A Race Problem
A Marshall Project analysis of New York Division of Criminal Justice Services data from 2014 through June of this year shows that while the numbers of turnstile arrests have decreased...
The news is a major part of how many people obtain information every day. While it provides a vital function to keep people informed about the important issues, we don't often consciously consider...
How America’s Thinking Changed Under Obama
Public opinion on 32 big issues over the past eight years
Who would the rest of the world vote for? A data-driven digital experience visualizing “soft” and “human” data to discover the world’s interest in the 2016 US presidential candidates. By looking...
What Trump Cut In His Budget
On May 23, the Trump administration released his full 2018 budget proposal, which details many of the changes the president wants to make to the federal government’s spending.
Where the parties can rely on their voters
This evaluation of all Bundestag elections since 1990 shows the communities in which the parties have always brought their strongest results - and the factors that make up these strongholds.
How India-Pakistan Tensions Have Disrupted Air Travel
Pakistan restricted its airspace after an air strike in late February by the Indian military in northern Pakistan. The disruption forced international airlines to take costly and time-consuming...
How The NHS Winter Beds Crisis Is Hitting Patient Care
NHS hospitals were forced to add over 5,000 extra beds in one day this winter — that affects the care patients received.
United States' debt
The US's debt is one third of the World's total debt.
Here Are the Hate Incidents Against Mosques and Islamic Centers Since 2013
Data from a civil rights group shows that reports of hate incidents involving American mosques jumped sharply in 2015 and has remained at the same rate since — about once every three days. More...
Mapping the flow of International Trade
According the UN’s Comtrade database, the global market for imported goods totaled $15.6 trillion in 2015. This map shows where those goods came from and where they went, each dot representing $1...
If Trump Taxes Foreign Metals, It’s Americans Who Will Pay the Price
As a candidate for president, Donald Trump promised he’d protect American jobs by weeding out cheap foreign steel and aluminum. To make good on that promise, he has launched investigations into...
Mass Shootings In America (1980-2019)
Since 1980, there have been 101 mass shootings in the United States in which four or more victims were killed, most recently on August 31, 2019 in Odessa, TX, where 7 people died. As painful as it...
We decided to revisit election night, but with a twist—music. Donald Trump became president-elect of the United States after defeating Hillary Clinton with more than 270 electoral votes. But, how...
The Russian State Duma
Interactive visualisation depicting the structure of the lower house of the Federal Assembly [parliament] of Russia, bringing to light the intricate positioning and repositioning of parliament...