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John Muyskens is a graphics editor at the Washington Post specializing in data reporting. He worked on the Post's Pulitzer-winning "Fatal Force" project to document fatal police shootings.
More than a century of temperature data shows much of the U.S. Northeast is in the grip of extreme warming, with winter heating up more quickly than other seasons.
The National Hurricane Center has predicted its first hurricane of the season, named Barry. We are following the path and likely arrival time of tropical-storm-force winds to the coast of Louisiana.
Extreme weather means Midwest farm country, usually green, looks brown from orbit.
A Washington Post analysis of more than 9,200 social media posts shows which issues candidates talked up.
The candidates mostly agree on recomitting to the Paris climate agreement, but not all support the Green New Deal.
178 of the 448 pages contain redactions, but that doesn’t mean their contents are completely unknowable.
A Washington Post analysis of more than 5,600 social media posts shows which issues candidates talked up in March.
The causes and consequences of the Boeing 737 Max 8 crash: why it crashed and how different countries are responding to the accident.
Since 2015, The Post has created a database cataloging every fatal shooting nationwide by a police officer in the line of duty.
Following a pair of explosions Tuesday that killed more than 20 and put the Brussels Airport (BRU) on lockdown, air traffic controllers diverted an estimated 50 planes. This is what it looked like.