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Leslie Shapiro has been a Graphics Reporter for The Washington Post since 2016, focusing on data visualization and new media storytelling.
The once-in-a-generation tropical cyclone could bring an estimated 20 to 40 inches of rain in parts of coastal North Carolina.
When they’re firing on all cylinders in the heat of battle, that’s the nature of the beast. But the fact of the matter is, we’re all in the same boat.
The world is on the brink of a historic milestone: Half the world's population is middle class or rich, something that hasn't happened before.
Use this calculator to see where you fall on the spectrum of global income.
Tracking the government’s ongoing efforts to reunite separated migrant children.
Mark Zuckerberg promised Congress his “team” would give them answers. Have they?
The Post has mapped more than 52,000 homicides in major American cities over the past decade and found that across the country, there are areas where murder is common, but arrests are rare.
In late March, hundreds of asylum seekers from Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua started traveling north to the U.S. This is a look at that long journey.
Since the 1970s, state lawmakers and residents have been changing the way people can — or cannot — legally consume, buy and sell pot. Here’s how.