Infographie : Sur la trace des héros de polar - Livres. Monitoring America. Correction to this article: An earlier version of this article contained several incorrect numbers that have since been updated.
The errors occurred because of the accidental duplication of 74 records in a database of over 4,000 counterterrorism organizations that The Post assembled. While not affecting the overall conclusions of the article, the 74 duplications mean that there are 3,984 federal, state and local organizations working on domestic counterterrorism, not 4,058. Of the total, the number created since the 2001 attacks is 934, not 935. Nine years after the terrorist attacks of 2001, the United States is assembling a vast domestic intelligence apparatus to collect information about Americans, using the FBI, local police, state homeland security offices and military criminal investigators. Other democracies - Britain and Israel, to name two - are well acquainted with such domestic security measures.
Counterterrorism on Main Street The need to identify U.S. Rapist's trail covers four states, 13 years (washingtonpost.com) After 14 years hunting an unknown man who attacked women in Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut and Rhode Island, police arrested Aaron H.
Thomas in New Haven, Conn., on March 4, 2011. Thomas, linked by DNA evidence to 12 rapes and other attacks on women, allegedly stalked areas near the places he lived and traveled as a truck driver. The last known attack linked to Thomas, on three teenagers in Prince William County in October 2009, intensified the search for a man police called the "East Coast Rapist. " In March 2010, the Post presented this interactive look at the attacks and methods of the East Coast Rapist following interviews with law enforcement officials, victims and experts, as well as visits to each of the 17 known and suspected crime scenes. SOURCES: Washington Post interviews with law enforcement officials in Prince George's County, Fairfax County, Leesburg, Prince William County and New Haven (Conn.); interviews with five of the man's victims; police crime records. Home and Away: Iraq and Afghanistan War Casualties.
CNN.com's "Home and Away" initiative honors the lives of U.S. and coalition troops who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The extensive data visualization project tells the story of where and how the lives of these troops began and ended. It includes their name, hometown, age, military unit, photograph if available and a narrative of where and how they died. "Home and Away" also includes a place for the audience to share tributes via iReport, CNN's user-generated news community. Users will able to post messages and memories, whether by text, audio or video. Wanderlust: GOOD traces the most famous trips in history. Rruption index 2010: the most corrupt countries in the world.
Obama?s 2011 Budget Proposal: How It?s Spent - Interactive Graphic. Map of New York City Police Stops - Interactive Feature. Map your moves. Data This map distills more than 4000 moves from over 1700 people, collected in an informal survey by WNYC, a New York based public radio station.
For generating the geo–coordinates from the entered ZIP codes, I used the free bulk geocoder at gpsvisualizer.com. I did not check every single data row in detail, so a few of the moves might be misrepresented. Mapping As most moves occurred from, to or within the New York area, this area displayed enlarged in the white circle at the center of the graphic. Visual markers Each circle corresponds to one zip code area. Actually, it is consists of two overlaid circles: a red one for people moving out of the area, and a blue one for people moving to the area.
Interaction Click one of the circles to inspect only moves to or from this area. Details On the right, you can find some statistics on why and when people moved to the selected areas. The Origins of Electricity, Tesla vs. Edison (Scaling)