What the Tulsa Race Massacre Destroyed
We created a 3-D model of Greenwood, home of “Black Wall Street,” as it was before a white mob set it on fire 100 years ago.
By Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Anjali Singhvi, Audra D. S. Burch, Troy Griggs, Mika Gröndahl, Lingdong Huang, Tim Wallace, Jeremy White and Josh Williams
Designed to Deceive: Do These People Look Real to You?
The people in this story may look familiar, like ones you’ve seen on Facebook or Twitter or Tinder. But they don’t exist. They were born from the mind of a computer, and the technology behind them is improving at a startling pace.
By Kashmir Hill and Jeremy White
Explosión en Líbano: así se reunieron los componentes de una gran bomba en Beirut
Quince toneladas de fuegos artificiales. Tinajas de queroseno y ácido. Miles de toneladas de nitrato de amonio. Un sistema de corrupción y sobornos. Era la receta ideal para un explosivo perfecto.
Por Ben Hubbard, Maria Abi-Habib, Mona El-Naggar, Allison McCann, Anjali Singhvi, James Glanz y Jeremy White
How a Massive Bomb Came Together in Beirut’s Port
Fifteen tons of fireworks. Jugs of kerosene and acid. Thousands of tons of ammonium nitrate. A system of corruption and bribes let the perfect bomb sit for years.
By Ben Hubbard, Maria Abi-Habib, Mona El-Naggar, Allison McCann, Anjali Singhvi, James Glanz and Jeremy White
What Happens to Viral Particles on the Subway
Many New Yorkers are avoiding the subway, fearful of jostling with strangers in crowded cars. Masks and social distancing are essential, but good air flow is also key to reducing the risk of exposure to the coronavirus.
By Mika Gröndahl, Christina Goldbaum and Jeremy White