Russia’s Attacks on Civilian Targets Have Obliterated Everyday Life in Ukraine
In the weeks since Russia began its invasion, more than 1,500 civilian buildings, structures and vehicles in Ukraine have been damaged or destroyed.
By Keith Collins, Danielle Ivory, Jon Huang, Cierra S. Queen, Lauryn Higgins, Jess Ruderman, Kristine White and Bonnie G. Wong
Can You Gerrymander Your Party to Power?
Gerrymandering has been criticized for disenfranchising voters and fueling polarization. To help you understand it better, we created an imaginary state called Hexapolis, where your only mission is to gerrymander your party to power.
By Ella Koeze, Denise Lu and Charlie Smart