Ranked: The World’s 100 Biggest Pension Funds
Visualized: FTX’s Leaked Balance Sheet
The Shrinking Trillion Dollar Market Cap Club
The Top 100 Most Valuable Brands in 2022
These Global Cities Show the Highest Real Estate Bubble Risk
Visualizing the World’s Top Social Media and Messaging Apps
All of the World’s Spaceports on One Map
Ranked: The World’s Most Surveilled Cities
Ranked: The Best Countries to Retire In
The U.S. and China Account for Half the World’s Household Wealth
Visualized: The Biggest Donors of the 2022 U.S. Midterm Elections
Comparing the Speed of U.S. Interest Rate Hikes (1988-2022)
Visualizing the Composition of Blood
Visualizing the Relationship Between Cancer and Lifespan
Explainer: What to Know About Monkeypox
Visualizing How COVID-19 Antiviral Pills and Vaccines Work at the Cellular Level
Mapped: The Most Common Illicit Drugs in the World
Visualizing the World’s Largest Hydroelectric Dams
The Top 10 EV Battery Manufacturers in 2022
Visualizing the Range of Electric Cars vs. Gas-Powered Cars
What is the Cost of Europe’s Energy Crisis?
All Electric Semi Truck Models in One Graphic
Map Explainer: The Caucasus Region
Mapped: The 3 Billion People Who Can’t Afford a Healthy Diet
Mapped: Countries With the Highest Flood Risk
Ranked: The 20 Countries With the Fastest Declining Populations
All the Metals We Mined in 2021: Visualized
Visualizing the World’s Largest Iron Ore Producers
Mapped: The 10 Largest Gold Mines in the World, by Production
The 50 Minerals Critical to U.S. Security
Visualizing China’s Dominance in Clean Energy Metals
Ranked: The World’s Top Cotton Producers
Visualizing Mismanaged Plastic Waste by Country
Visualizing Changes in CO₂ Emissions Since 1900
Interactive: EV Charging Stations Across the U.S. Mapped
How Big is the U.S. Cheese Stockpile?
The world's top 50 companies are becoming more valuable, especially compared to global GDP.
Since 1965, over ⅓ of the world’s cumulative carbon emissions can be traced back to just 20 fossil fuel companies. Who are the biggest contributors?
In 1911, John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil was broken up into 34 pieces by the Supreme Court. Today, the remnants form the base of the U.S....