The incident at the U.S. Capitol has received wide news media coverage, but the type of language used to describe it has varied greatly depending on...
Has the world become more or less free? To find out, this graphic highlights the changing state of democracy in 167 countries since 2006.
“Location, location, location…” This famous real estate adage also matters in mining. After all, it’s an industry that is all about the geology—but beyond the physical...
Picking the right VP makes all the difference to a President's success. We look at running mates of all Presidential hopefuls since 1940.
Humans are hardwired to make mental mistakes called cognitive biases. Here are common biases that can shape political opinion, and even elections.
The annual Misery Index ranks the most and least miserable countries, based on four economic factors—unemployment, inflation, lending rates, and GDP growth.
Americans rely on several institutions for their services and safety—but how has their confidence in institutions changed since 1975?
Since 1994, the political divide in the United States has only become more extreme. How have American feelings across major issues evolved over time?
Charting the most influential countries in Asia, plus a look at the countries that punch above their weight class, in terms of power and influence.
The decline of freedom has been accelerating around the world. This chart visualizes the context, data, and key countries where freedom is falling.