Blog EstadãoDados – 7 gráficos que explicam a farra do financiamento estudantil. Presos provisórios, danos permanentes. Gay rights in the US, state by state. In Climbing Income Ladder, Location Matters. ATLANTA – Stacey Calvin spends almost as much time commuting to her job — on a bus, two trains and another bus — as she does working part-time at a day care center. She knows exactly where to board the train and which stairwells to use at the stations so that she has the best chance of getting to work on time in the morning and making it home to greet her three children after school.
“It’s a science you just have to perfect over time,” said Ms. Calvin, 37. Her nearly four-hour round-trip stems largely from the economic geography of Atlanta, which is one of America’s most affluent metropolitan areas yet also one of the most physically divided by income. The low-income neighborhoods here often stretch for miles, with rows of houses and low-slung apartments, interrupted by the occasional strip mall, and lacking much in the way of good-paying jobs. Dollars for Docs. Pharmaceutical and medical device companies are now required by law to release details of their payments to a variety of doctors and U.S. teaching hospitals for promotional talks, research and consulting, among other categories.
Use this tool to search for general payments (excluding research and ownership interests) made from August 2013 to December 2014. | Related Story: A Pharma Payment A Day Keeps Docs’ Finances OK » Has Your Doctor Received Drug Company Money? In disclosed payments Top 50 Companies Click on a company to see how its payments break down by drug, device or doctor.
Highest-Earning Doctors Doctors Paid the Most Often. ProPublica - China's Memory Hole: The Images Erased From Sina Weibo. Magazine photo montage of archival images of Chinese soldiers in the Korean War.
The Weibo comment argues that after the war split the Korean peninsula at the 38th parallel, it did not end but only paused for the next 60 years. The comment concludes with: "Yet at this point, the suffering didn't end, but rather was just beginning. " How to Tell Someone’s Age When All You Know Is Her Name. Picture Mildred, Agnes, Ethel and Blanche.
Perhaps you imagine the Golden Girls or your grandmother’s poker game. These are names for women of age, wisdom and distinction. The median living Mildred in the United States is now 78 years old. Now imagine Madison, Sydney, Alexa and Hailey. They sound like the starting midfield on a fourth-grade girls’ soccer team. Lionel Messi Is Impossible. In their Group F World Cup match late last month, Argentina and Iran were still deadlocked after 90 minutes.
With the game in stoppage time and the score tied at 0-0, Lionel Messi took the ball near the right corner of the penalty area, held it for a moment, then broke left, found his seam, took his strike and curled it in from 29 yards. What was going to be a draw was now a win, and Messi had put Argentina into the Round of 16. It was the sort of play that inspired the phrase “Messi magic.” But for those who only watch soccer when the World Cup rolls around, this was probably only the second (or at most third) goal they’d seen from the little man they call La Pulga (“The Flea”). Despite having 407 career goals in club and international play (including a record 91 in 2012 alone) and a record four Ballon d’Or (World Player of the Year) awards, until this year’s tournament, Messi hadn’t scored in a World Cup match since 2006.
Manchetômetro - Aqui você acompanha a cobertura das eleições 2014 na mídia. UK riots: every verified incident - interactive map. Turn autoplay off Edition: <span><a href=" Sign in Beta About us Today's paper Subscribe Custom Search UK riots: every verified incident - interactive map What has happened where as rioting spreads across England.
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All of our data journalism in one spreadsheet. Data journalism and visualisation from the Guardian Illustration: Lisa Villani for the Guardian Today we have a list of all the data journalism produced here on the Guardian datablog.
You can see what's been popular and get easy access to the data we have curated as this list shows each datablog post's associated spreadsheets, authors, the number of comments and retweets. By sorting the blog posts by the number of retweets, we can see that Iraq War Logs formed the base of our most retweeted post, followed by a recent post from David McCandless on fish stocks. Sorting by comments shows that the Fukushima nuclear power plant updates were the subject of the greatest discussion, closely followed by Every Doctor Who villain since 1963. The list shows that in two years we have covered a huge range of data sets. The British government have been publishing more detailed spending data than any of their predecessors, and this has not escaped our attention.