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October 2016

The spent on ads by Clinton and Trump

in Data journalism

THE NEW YORK TIMES – Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump are in the final sprint of spending on television advertising, which has been vastly lower than in previous elections. Get some insight about the history of the spent in…

Raising Barriers

in Multimedia articles

THE WASHINGTON POST – A generation ago, globalization shrank the world. Nations linked by trade and technology began to erase old boundaries. But now barriers are rising again, driven by waves of migration, spillover from wars and the growing threat…

Climate change refugee

in Multimedia articles

THE NEW YORK TIMES – This desert, called the Tengger, lies on the southern edge of the massive Gobi Desert, not far from major cities like Beijing. The Tengger is growing. For years, China’s deserts spread at an annual rate…

Is Europe Swinging to the Right?

in Data journalism

THE NEW YORK TIMES – Amid a migrant crisis, sluggish economic growth and growing disillusionment with the European Union, right-wing parties in a growing number of European countries have made electoral gains. The right-wing parties included below range across a…

Fact checking debate

in Data journalism

THE WASHINGTON POST – The true, the false and everything in between. In this awesome project by the Washington Post everything is checked! Visit the website

Hurricane Matthew’s Brutal Aftermath in Haiti

in Multimedia articles

THE NEW YORK TIMES – An estimated 1.4 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in Haiti in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, according to the United Nations. At least 1,000 Haitians are dead, Reuters news agency reported, citing…

Who Will Be President?

in Data journalism

THE NEW YORK TIMES – The New York Times’ elections model suggests that Hillary Clinton is favored to win the presidency, based on the latest state and national polls. A victory by Mr. Trump remains possible: Mrs. Clinton’s chance of…