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45 years of terrorist attacks in Europe, visualized

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THE WASHINGTON POST – Terrorism across Europe has killed 10,537 people in 18,803 reported attacks – excluding those considered military tactics in war zones – between January 1970 and December 2015. The database tracks more than 150,000 foreign and domestic…

Starving to death

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THE WASHINGTON POST – Our world produces enough food to feed all its inhabitants. When one region is suffering severe hunger, global humanitarian institutions, though often cash-strapped, are theoretically capable of transporting food and averting catastrophe. But this year, South…

How the Republican corporate tax plan works

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THE WASHINGTON POST – With the defeat of the ACA repeal bill, Republican House leadership has started to turn its attention toward tax reform, in what could be its biggest agenda item of the term. One particularly contentious proposal concerns…

Confirmations for the sitting Supreme Court justices

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THE WASHINGTON POST – The overwhelming majority of Supreme Court nominees have received a substantial majority of votes for confirmation, and no Supreme Court nominee has ever been blocked by a single-party filibuster. For example, On Jan. 31, President Trump…

What Trump cut in his budget

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WASHINGTON POST – The Trump administration released a preliminary 2018 budget proposal, which details many of the changes the president wants to make to the federal government’s spending. The proposal covers only discretionary, not mandatory, spending. See website

The United States of oil and gas

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WASHINGTON POST – Since 2010, the United States has been in an oil-and-gas boom. In 2015, domestic production was at near-record levels, and we now produce more petroleum products than any other country in the world. President Trump said he…

The destruction of Aleppo after five years of fighting

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WASHINGTON POST – A UNOSAT analysis of satellite imagery of Aleppo gives us a glimpse at the scale of destruction that has besieged Syria’s largest city. The analysis compares the total number of buildings found in pre-conflict imagery collected in 2009 with…

Michael Jordan vs Lebron

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WASHINGTON POST – Every sport has its signature debate. In basketball, try telling someone Michael Jordan isn’t the greatest of all time and you might lose a friend. Jordan is justifiably considered by many the best meme player in NBA…