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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...
Bussed Out: How America Moves Its Homeless
Each year, US cities give thousands of homeless people one-way bus tickets out of town. An 18-month nationwide investigation by the Guardian reveals, for the first time, what really happens at...
Prices and Earnings
Prices and Earnings is an interactive report visualizing and analyzing data about the purchasing power of different professions for standardized baskets of goods. The data covers 77 cities around...
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.
A Reuters analysis shows Republicans now control more legislatures than at any point since at least 1900 and more governorships than the party has held since 1922. Here's a look at control by party...
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...
The fastest growing and shrinking economies in 2018
Only four economies are forecast to contract.
Where's My Water?
Water is a bare necessity to us humans, and with the population explosion and rampant industrialization all around the world, we stare down the imminent Day Zero. Water, as we know it, will no...
A New, Huge Review Of Gun Research Has Bad News For The NRA
The findings, while limited, point in one direction: Gun control can save lives.
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...
Turncoats in the House of Representatives
From 3/8/2018 to 4/4/2018, Brazilian Congressman had a free pass to change Parties without running the risk of losing their mandate due to partisan infidelity. Since campaign donations by...
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...
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...
What Assets Make Up Wealth?
This chart breaks down the composition of assets for each tier of wealth. See what assets make up a regular person's net worth, versus that of a billionaire.
Getting To Grips With North Korea In 15 Graphics
North Korea is never far from the media spotlight, as the rogue state’s nuclear weapons programme gathers momentum and its war of words with the United States threatens to spiral out of...
The New Political Galaxy Under Macron
Emmanuel Macron's new political party 'En Marche' changed everything in the french political landscape ; the classic left/right division is no more, as the two historic left and right parties faced...
After five editions of consistently high-quality publications, the American Cancer Society and Vital Strategies sought to create a more readable and engaging experience for users perusing the...
Black People In America
The problem of racial discrimination has been a social problem in different countries. The unfair treatment of African and Caribbean Americans in the United States is one of the topics that has...
What's Your Vote Worth?
"What's Your Vote Worth?" presents America's proven capacity to improve equal access for its voters, while also encouraging readers to critically examine aspects of the American voting system where...
Oil Spilled at Sea
The Jan. 14 sinking of the tanker Sanchi was the worst oil shipping disaster in decades. Thirty-two crew died in a tragedy that has tarnished the industry’s gradually improving safety record. Here...
Whats at Stake in America's Midterm Elections?
This explainer-piece breaks down for an international audience why the US-midterms are important, how they function and what has been the party-wise trends over the years. Also, it looks at related...
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...