Rotation can have a big influence on a planet's habitability. These animations show how each planet in the solar system moves to its own distinct rhythm.
The economic cycle is a series of peaks and valleys. Analyzing economic data going back to 1950 helps put recessions into perspective.
From rapid urbanization to retreating glaciers, these timelapsed satellite maps capture the drastic changes the Earth's surface has undergone.
Rural counties across the U.S. are losing residents as large cities and the coasts are growing. This map shows U.S. population change by county.
Is someone stealing Christmas? It isn't the Grinch or Putin stealing Santa’s workshop, but Earth's natural processes that are moving the North Pole.
As the Arctic becomes more accessible due to reduced ice cover, countries with polar real estate increasingly viewing the region through an economic lens.
Is the U.S. positioned to win the battery arms race, or will China remain in control of the world's transition to renewable energy?
The length of your days can change depending on the seasons, and where you are on Earth. Watch how these patterns unfold over a year.
Interest rates sit near generational lows — is this the new normal, or has it been the trend all along? We show a history of interest...
Since 1868, there had been 1,232 oil discoveries over 500 million barrels of oil. This map plots these discoveries to reveal global energy hot spots.