Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee estimate that building a wall along most of the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border could cost $70 billion or more.
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.
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After the water in Lake Oroville reached the highest level since 1985, officials released more water from the dam through its main spillway. But a massive sinkhole split the spillway, prompting the evacuation of 180,000 in nearby communities. We built a 3D flyover of the time and charts to show what lead up to these events,
Three reporters spent a week on the road in a cramped SUV, bound for places that had been touched by devastating fires to see firsthand how firefighters and their communities battle blazes.
From Nixon to “firenadoes,” wildfires have touched many parts of American culture.
Wildfires are not just a Western states problem, and they are active at different times across the country.
Wildfires, long considered a problem exclusive to the West, now threaten many other parts of the country as extreme weather becomes more commonplace and more people live in areas at risk for wildfire.
Reveal’s analysis found seven possible candidates for California’s biggest water user. Here’s how we did it.
A Southern Poverty Law Center study found that 74 percent of domestic terrorism attacks between 2009 and 2015 were carried out by a person acting alone, without any outside money or direction.