Behind The Black Budget
An interview with Wilson Andrews of The Washington Post about the creation of The Black Budget which visualizes never before seen data about secret funds for national intelligence agencies.
The New York Times and Tesla Motors Engage in Chart Warfare
New York Times writer John Broder published an account of his test drive experience. The piece includes a graphic depicting the trip, annotating recharges and the eventual breakdown along the way.
512 Paths to the White House
512 Paths to the White House maps all the possibilities for each candidate to make their way to the oval office. Updated live on election night it's one of the New York Times' most sucessful interactives.
U.S. Job Market Shrinkage Visualized in a Sprawling Interactive
This piece from the Guardian in America Interactive team visualizes the job market broken down by industry.
A Bird’s Eye View of the Political Landscape from the Pollster API
The Huffington Post has come out with the Pollster API which aggregates the many election-related polls put out by a plethora of media organizations and packages them in a tidy API.
The 2012 Political Visualization Race – New Hampshire Primaries Edition
The LA Times, CNN, The New York Times, MSNBC, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Fox News, Google, and even The Guardian all have their own live results trackers. Some are better than others.
The Path of Protest
To summarize and centralize The Guardian's many articles about Mid-East unrest, Garry Blight and Sheila Pulham created “The Path to Protest” – an interactive timeline plotting major news events across countries, updated daily.