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Interactive: Inside the White House

MSNBC

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Produced by: Staff

A inside look of The White House including a floorplan of four different levels with historical info, photos and panoramic images. More…


Oakland Crimespotting

Oakland PD and CrimeWatch

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Produced by: Stamen Design

Oakland Crimespotting is an interactive map of crimes in Oakland, CA, and a better way of understanding crime in cities. This project is not affiliated with the City of Oakland or the Oakland Police Department, but we do use data published on CrimeWatch, the City’s community crime mapping website. More…


Annenberg Community Beach House

The Annenberg Community Beach House

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Produced by: Second Story

The Annenberg Community Beach House presents a unique chapter in the rich history of Santa Monica's beach. Learn more about the people, places and events that shaped its past and are contributing to its future. More…


State of the Salmon: Sockeye

State of the Salmon Program

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Produced by: Scott Benish, Pete Rand, Dino Citraro, Kim Rees, Wayne Fidler, Brett Johnson, Zach Krausnick, Sean Samuelson, Jacob O'Brien, Dino Citraro, Kim Rees, Todd Cooper, Brian Twilley

Developed as a way to view the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s assessment of Pacific Sockeye Salmon, this is the first in a series of visualizations of salmon population health and status and fulfills the Wild Salmon Center’s goal of providing salmon population information to the general public. More…


A-Rod Makes a Run at History

USA Today

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Produced by: Alex Newman, Juan Thomassie

A look at the top 10 all-time home run leaders, and their home run production before and after they turned 33 (based on player's age on opening day): More…


On to The playoffs: Meet The 2009 Arizona Wildcats Softball Team

Arizona Daily Star

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Produced by: Kori Rumore, Pat Finley, James Gregg, David Sanders, Rob Wisner

The postseason is what Arizona does. The Arizona Wildcats softball team is in the NCAA tournament for the 23rd-straight season. All but one of those has ended at the Women's College World Series. Eight times, the team finished the season at the pinnacle of the sport - as the national champion. More…


Power Hungry: Visualizing The U.S. Electric Grid

National Public Radio

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Produced by: Andrew Prince, Alyson Hurt, Robert Benincasa, Avie Schneider, Vikki Valentine

The U.S. electric grid is a complex network of independently owned and operated power plants and transmission lines. Aging infrastructure, combined with a rise in domestic electricity consumption, has forced experts to critically examine the status and health of the nation's electrical systems. More…


Migration Flows in the United States

Pew Research Center

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Produced by: Pew Research

These maps and charts display patterns of domestic migration - that is, movement of people among the nation's regions and states. More…


Interactive Map Showing Immigration Data Since 1890

The New York Times

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Produced by: NYT Graphics

Select a foreign-born group to see how they settled across the United States and understand trends and determine the ethnic mix of your community. More…


Most Religious Groups in USA Have Lost Ground

USA Today

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Produced by: William Couch, Juan Thomassie, Thad Allender

A new study shows American's shifting spiritual choices, including rising numbers of people with no religion, within a generation. More…