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Chris Alcantara is a graphics reporter at The Washington Post, where he builds interactive graphics and data visualizations for the Graphics team. He joined The Post in 2016.
A real-time breakdown of what the networks displayed during the hearing in their caption panels
The once-in-a-generation tropical cyclone could bring an estimated 20 to 40 inches of rain in parts of coastal North Carolina.
The slow progression of the storm increases the threat for heavy rainfall.
Rats are overrunning D.C. and the city has tried everything from dry ice to solar trash cans to control the population.
It’s been six months since a mass shooter fired an AR-15 into Kyle Laman’s foot. Doctors say he’ll walk again. But Kyle still wants to know: Will he ever be normal?
After a deadly Kentucky school shooting, should the parent who failed to lock up his weapon be charged?
The many countries represented on national team rosters at soccer’s marquee quadrennial event reveal a connected planet and some creative definitions of "home.
The National Rifle Association was a sporting association. Amid the rapid social upheaval of 1968, it began its transformation into a powerful political force.
As big chains gobble up small TV stations, merged newsrooms are creating a uniformity of news coverage.
China and India have 70 million more men than women. The consequences are far-reaching.