Analysis of ransomware used in Baltimore attack indicates hackers needed ‘unfettered access’ to city computers
After years of failing to get Baltimore’s vacants below 17,000, city launches a new push to reverse the trend
Maryland governor precinct-by-precinct: Where Hogan and Jealous got their votes
Election apparitions: These Maryland ‘ghost’ precincts have no polling places or voters
Lunar New Year foods: 3 dishes to ring in the Year of the Pig
How one Baltimore comic writer brings James Baldwin’s Parisian experience to life
Maryland nears record high voter registration — and independents make up the fastest-growing group
The gender gap is real — for crabs
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When Mr. Robot met Mr. Poe: the curious case of the chess-playing machine
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Map: View Maryland’s star ratings for schools near you
What new Census data reveal about wealth, diversity, and connectivity in Maryland
Maryland governor’s debate: Hogan and Jealous’ most heated exchanges
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Los Angeles Times
Huge increase in arrests of homeless in L.A. — but mostly for minor offenses
L.A.’s homelessness math is a bit off — totals are the same but increases are smaller
Talking with Meredith Broussard about ‘Artificial Unintelligence’
Cathy O’Neil, author of ‘Weapons of Math Destruction,’ on the dark side of big data
When the rest of the world elected women leaders
Foods for a Chinese New Year Feast
Who gives money to Bernie Sanders?
Finding books in the least expected places around L.A.
Diversity by the numbers: As Howard County has grown, so has its racial and cultural mix
How We Found New Patterns in LA’s Homeless Arrest Data
Nine Years of NICAR Lightning Talks (and Cats)
Peer Reviewing Our Data Stories
Six Things to Know About Child Survival Since 2000
Who wins World Bank-financed government contracts?
Women in Development
Pay More Attention to Construction Firms in Africa
Could a Few Billionaires Close the World’s Poverty Gap?
Sports metaphors and probability: Thoughts from a non-sports enthusiast
The Economist talks election forecasting
How America voted in 2016: datasets to help us figure it out
Everything I’ve learned about the USC/L.A. Times poll
Revisiting “What Women Really Want” in Politics
Seven Sisters and the Women’s March
Stouts and Stilettos
Real Talk with Elysian Co-Founder Joe Bisacca, Two Years After Sale to Big Beer