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Shot and Produced by Jose F. Moreno/Courier-Post Gannett

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Produced by: Jose F. Moreno

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China's Housing Market: At a Turning Point?

The Wall Street Journal

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Produced by: Nan Wu, Lam Thuy Vo, Josh Chin, MinJung Kim, Susan McGregor, Yuan Li, Jonathan Cheng, Sue Feng

Who are the main players in China's real-estate market? Who are he people affected by the rising prices? And what is China's government doing to prevent what they perceive as a asset bubble from bursting. Explore China's booming real-estate market and the government's latest policies through graphics, analysis and video stories. More…


How Different Groups Spend Their Day

The New York Times

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Produced by: Shan Carter, Amanda Cox, Kevin Quealy and Amy Schoenfeld

The American Time Use Survey asks thousands of American residents to recall every minute of a day. Here is how people over age 15 spent their time in 2008. More…


State of the Salmon: Sockeye

State of the Salmon Program

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Produced by: Scott Benish, Pete Rand, Dino Citraro, Kim Rees, Wayne Fidler, Brett Johnson, Zach Krausnick, Sean Samuelson, Jacob O'Brien, Dino Citraro, Kim Rees, Todd Cooper, Brian Twilley

Developed as a way to view the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s assessment of Pacific Sockeye Salmon, this is the first in a series of visualizations of salmon population health and status and fulfills the Wild Salmon Center’s goal of providing salmon population information to the general public. More…


Times of Recession

University of Minnesota

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Produced by: McKenna Ewen

In the midst of a broad-based economic crisis affecting nearly all sectors of the economy, University of Minnesota student McKenna Ewen went beyond the numbers to show how the recession has shaped his home state of Minnesota. More…


Inaugural Words - 1789 to the Present

The New York Times

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Produced by: The New York Times Staff

A look at the language of presidential inaugural addresses. The most-used words in each address appear in the interactive chart below, sized by number of uses. Words highlighted in yellow were used significantly more in this inaugural address than average. More…


Track the Flow of Campaign Contribution

USA Today

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Produced by: Ron Coddington, Anthony DeBarros, Kristen Novak, Rhyne Piggott, Carlos Roig

This interactive tracks the flow of donations from individuals during the 2008 election cycle, allowing a user to examine the donations by state, date, amount and sector for various recipients. More…


Olympic Medal Count Map

The New York Times

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Produced by: Lee Byron, Amanda Cox and Matthew Ericson

Circles are sized by the number of medals each country won in past summer Olympic Games. Click on a country to display a list of its medal winners. More…


NFL draft: Finding the talent

USA Today

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Produced by: Scott Boeck, William Couch, Nate Davis, Sean Leahy, Alex Newman, Kristen Novak, Lou Schilling, Jodi Upton, Jeff Zillgitt, Scott Zucker

An interactive database that lets you examine the origins of nearly 20 years of NFL Draft picks as well as trends in picks across conferences. More…


The Ebb and Flow of Movies: Box Office Receipts 1986 - 2007

The New York Times

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Produced by: Amanda Cox, Mathew Bloch, Lee Byron, Shan Carter

Summer blockbusters and holiday hits make up the bulk of box office revenue each year, while contenders for the top Oscar awards tend to attract smaller audiences that build over time. Here's a look at how movies have fared at the box office, after adjusting for inflation. More…


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