The Center for Reproductive Rights releases its annual map of the world’s abortion laws.
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The demographics of Congress don’t really reflect that of the populace: They’re richer, and they do way better on the stock market.
A fascinating experiment in mining the internet to determine the most desirable features of a tech device.
It’s really just one step beyond an Easy-Bake Oven: Load the ingredients in the order in which they appear on the ridges of the bowl, then mix, pour, and bake.
No one believes that men and women are the same. And a fascinating data set reveals how they might approach business sales differently.
Mark Noad’s online reinterpretation of the London Underground diagram gets a refresh that reveals transit times and walking distances between stations.
The numbers involved in delivering a tiny slice of the world’s mail are far too large to even grasp.
The Weather Channel is the latest to the party in creating a visual experience that helps you engage with data, rather than burying you in it.
We hear incessantly about the rise of China. So much so that it’s all a bit too abstract: What does it mean that China’s has become a global force? And more importantly, how have they actually accomplished that?
Openbible.info charts the Bible according to positive and negative sentiment--with some surprising results.