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POLITICO Investigation: The 285 people connected to the Russia probes
Some names sound familiar, like Stephen Bannon and Donald Trump Jr., but most don’t.
Under the Influence
As Marijuana becomes more legalized and accepted within the global community, and as e-cigarettes such as Juuling are on a rapid rise, it is worth the time to make a closer examination at how these...
Demographic Simulator - Economic Impacts of Migration in Brazil
FGV (The Latin American Think Tank) studied the migratory scenarios experienced by the United States, Canada, Australia, and Germany and calculated how scenarios similar to those would impact...
Navigating Brexit Waters
As part of the transition deal announced in March 2018, Britain agreed to remain within the European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy for around 20 months after Britain leaves the EU on March 29,...
Los Líderes del PRI (The Leaders of the Institutional Revolutionary Party)
On May 2, 2018, Enrique Ochoa Reza left the presidency of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, one of the ones with the poorest trajectory of the last 20 presidents of the PRI. This visualization...
My Memory of Wenchuan Earthquake
The devastating Wenchuan Earthquake shocked the world on May 12, 2008. Over 69,000 people lost their lives in the quake, and it has become the most painful memory for many since then. Near the 10th...
A Chamber Divided
Using the "BioFabric" method of depicting network diagrams, "A Chamber Divided" looks at historical co-voting percentages within the U.S. Senate. Over time bi-partisanship and intra-party variation...
Growth rates among the world's major economies are rising at levels not seen in years, yet the missing link to the boom is inflation. In much of Europe as well as the United States, inflation...
The Differences In How CNN, MSNBC, And FOX Cover The News
Cable news is a major source of information for millions of Americans. But the story you get depends on the channel you watch.
From Drahoš to Zeman
The latest presidential race in the Czech Republic was hugely polarized. This infographic is to show exactly that - from one extreme to the other with all 6000+ municipalities between.
Looking for Workers
As U.S. labor markets tighten, policymakers focus more on bringing jobs to where the unemployed live, and the pools of labor that exist in areas left behind during the recovery.
Assessing Health Care Worldwide
Access to adequate health care is crucial to social and economic development, as healthy human capital fosters productivity and economic growth. This scrollytelling interactive tracks global...
The Geography of Future Water Challenges
Using maps and infographics, this publication shows water-related challenges and how these link to Sustainable Development Goals, quality of life, migration and conflict risks. The visualizations...
United States of Arms
United States of Arms visualizes U.S. major weapons exports from 1950 through 2017. The underlying data comes from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's Arms Transfers Database, a...
Why Djibouti is Home to China's First Foreign Military
China formally announced the opening of its first overseas military base on August 1, 2017, the 90th birthday of the People’s Liberation Army, a day charged with symbolic meaning for Beijing. This...
MH370 - The Aircraft That Went Missing
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was a scheduled international passenger flight that disappeared on 8 March 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. It last made voice contact less than an hour...
Paying The President
Government and campaign spending at Trump properties.
Parliamentary forces in the history of the Italian republic.
What Trump talked about in the State of the Union
The economy, immigration and everything else.
The fastest growing and shrinking economies in 2018
Only four economies are forecast to contract.
Over 4 million Americans don't have anyone to vote for them in Congress
Are U.S. territories and the District getting a fair deal?
Our country has always been divided over great contrasts. For some years the ancient North-South dualism has returned to growth, certified in the 2018 elections by the double electoral victory...
How To Win A Trade War
After Donald Trump wrote on Twitter that it would be easy win a trade war against China, we created an interactive game that explores that claim. Our project introduces readers to classic game...
Hall of Shame
This data visualisation sets out to show readers the faces of the murderers behind the trigger of each mass shooting in the United States since 1966. We defined mass shootings as events in which...
How Russia Elects its Presidents
Since dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia has had six presidential elections with a total of 29 candidates, including two women. Examine Boris Yeltsin’s unexpected resignation and steady rise...
What was Germany looking for?
Which terms were most commonly searched for in conjunction with the top candidate of the seven most wanted parties on Google?
Subway Policing in New York City Still Has A Race Problem
NYPD has significantly reduced arrests for subway turnstile jumping. But who gets arrested hasn’t changed: 9 out of 10 of those arrested for turnstile jumping are black or Hispanic. Across the...
Belt of the period
With the continuous development of the high-speed railway in China, it is divided into eight vertical and eight horizontal lines. We choose one of the horizontal "shanghai-kunming railway" and...
America’s ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Is Really Just Beginning
With sky-high consumer confidence, historically low unemployment and a growing economy, retail should be booming. Yet more chains are filing for bankruptcy and rated distressed than during the...
A poll of polls: who do Americans trust?
The public is more likely to trust polls that are bad for liberals.