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Laris was hired by the Washington Post in 2000 as a cartographer. From 2009 to 2015 he served as deputy director of the graphics department. Currently serves as senior graphics editor/cartographer.
Following Saturday’s drone strikes of Saudia Arabian oil facilities, these are the countries that are affected the most.
According to an analysis of NASA data, the global fire season peaks every year in July and August.
This summer, Alaska has faced extreme heat, irregular rains and wildfires.
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.
Farmers in America's corn and soy belts have faced up to four times as much rain as they normally get in the last two months, making it difficult to plant their crops.
Satellite images show the extent of flooding in the midwest
The Elfstedentocht, a race more beloved than the Olympics, faces extinction from climate change.
The issue of sovereignty has remained unresolved because both India and Pakistan claim Kashmir, but each controls only a part.
Fewer people are dying in terrorist attacks. But the Islamic State continues to be the world's deadliest group.