Using a map of the existing barriers between the U.S. and Mexico that our data team created, Reveal turns data into sound.
Bids are out for President Donald Trump’s border wall and a draft plan envisions fencing and walls along at least 1,200 additional miles of the Mexican border by 2020. Here’s the status of the current border fence based on data we’ve been collecting and analyzing for years.
We’ve been collecting and analyzing data on the current border for years now. Here’s a Q&A to help you understand the job the new president has ahead of him.
Counties have 12 days to recount all their ballots from the Nov. 8 general election. Wisconsin was one of the closest states in the presidential election – only 22,177 out of nearly 3 million votes cast separated Donald Trump from Hillary Clinton in the official canvass.
Reveal’s analysis found seven possible candidates for California’s biggest water user. Here’s how we did it.
Los Angeles officials refused to identify the homeowner who used millions of gallons of water during a single year of California’s crippling drought.
The magnitude 5.6 quake’s epicenter was 8 miles northwest of Pawnee, a town that has about 2,000 residents.
Jordan Wirfs-Brock at Inside Energy used our MIDITime Python library to make a great data sonification about a steep decline in coal production.
Oklahoma regulators have called for more dramatic decreases in wastewater injection in the state’s oil fields, which have been blamed for a massive increase in earthquakes in the region.
Our goal with The Lost & The Found was to streamline the process of matching missing persons with the unidentified dead and create a tool could lead to more cases being solved.