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May 2017 - page 4

Inside Trump’s west wing

in Multimedia articles

THE WASHINGTON POST – The offices may look different from those in Trump Tower, but the status of working within the historic walls of the West Wing is unmatched. If “proximity is power” then here is an insider’s guide to…

Scaling Mt. Everest: A scroll up the icy path

in Multimedia articles

THE WASHINGTON POST – A year after the climbing season on Mount Everest was wiped out by tragedy, climbers are again trekking up the world’s highest mountain — and some have already stood triumphantly on its peak. Scroll along the…

Welcome to Weimar

in Multimedia articles

THE NEW YORK TIMES – The storied city of Weimar, in Germany, with a population of 65000, absorded 900 refugees in a year. Rick Layman and Melissa Eddy, from The New York Times, spend months on the ground examining integration…

The presidential touch

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – As Donald Trump takes office on Jan. 20, he inherits the second-longest running bull market in history. The market’s performance since Election Day 2016 ranks No. 2 among presidential transition periods since Dwight Eisenhower. Stocks now are nearly…

100 days of @realDonaldTrump

in Multimedia articles

THE WASHINGTON POST – No matter how you feel about President Trump’s accomplishments during his first 100 days, one thing is certain: He tweeted. A lot. Below is every tweet @realDonaldTrump sent, including the deleted ones. According to an analysis…

Fatal Force

in Data journalism

THE WASHINGTON POST – In 2015, The Post created a database cataloging every fatal shooting nationwide by a police officer in the line of duty, collecting data on those who were killed and details of the shootings. The effort began…

How Trump’s tax plan could affect you

in Multimedia articles

THE NEW YORK TIMES – President Trump has proposed major changes to the tax code. But what do they mean for you? His one-sheet proposal is light on details, but this is how the proposed changes to some common deductions…