Between 1946 and 1962, the U.S. detonated more than 200 nuclear bombs above ground and underwater. We profile each test and map out the shots.
Jordan Wirfs-Brock at Inside Energy used our MIDITime Python library to make a great data sonification about a steep decline in coal production.
Negotiating for government data can be tricky. (Empathetic music video included.) Here are some tips to help you with your request.
She’s been called a crook. A con artist. A snake in the grass. But in Alabama, the only thing that really matters to state regulators is that the day care operator calls herself a Christian.
Satellite data is a new tool in newsrooms to examine changing patterns on the land. We used it to show how three destructive California wildfires spread so quickly.
Local government employees earned a total of more than $41 billion – the highest since 2009, the first year for which the state compiled compensation data.
A man in Texas recently uncovered an online breach of millions of bits of personal information for registered U.S. voters. The data appeared to stem from evangelical Christian activists’ political outreach efforts. But who had leaked it or hacked it – and why?
Most day care facilities are regulated by state agencies. But some states exempt religious day cares from the rules.
With data from online pollster YouGov, we take a cogent look at Donald Trump’s supporters. We found out who they are and what they care about.
Last summer, three fires ravaged Lake County, California. Use our new interactive tool to take a deeper look at where and how these blazes spread.