Secrets for data journalists, developers, newsroom designers, engagement specialists, and more.
We developed an open source tool for building custom responsive grids that work in older browsers.
We asked readers to help us reconceive and redesign an interactive database that tracks Congress. Here’s how the process worked.
A partner manager is a crucial part of making cross-newsroom collaborations work.
Starting today you can download a version of the Firefox browser with the Facebook Political Ad Collector built in.
We’ll show you what’s really new, what’s important, where races are heating up, where the money is flowing and what news is happening. And those are just our first steps.
Political nonprofits don’t have to disclose the names of their donors. But thanks to a good-government group, you can now find out about nearly $763 million in donations to these “dark money” organizations.
For the first time, the city’s database, which tracks more than 28 million parking and vehicle compliance tickets, is easily available to the public.
We’ve open-sourced our code for loading Illinois campaign finance data. The process used to take hours. Learn how Make helped cut that down to less than 30 minutes.
Our Congress API now lets programmers access lobbying data. It also lets them find congressional press releases that mention bills.
Get an Inside Look at the Department of Defense’s Struggle to Fix Pollution at More Than 39,000 Sites
For the first time, the Pentagon’s internal database used to track its environmental problems is available to the public.
Our FEC Itemizer Database now tracks spending at hotels, restaurants and other facilities owned by the Trump Organization.
We’re using data to track the things Congress talks a disproportionate amount about every week.
You can now search for people who work for nonprofit organizations.
We’ve created a widget you can use to track fundraising and spending in the Illinois governor’s race, which is on track to break records.
We’ve made it easier to sift through thousands of lobbying registration disclosures. Here’s a guide for journalists, researchers and citizens looking for stories in the data.
It’s not too early to think about reporting on the midterm elections. Get a head start using our free, near-real-time database.
We keep training machine learning models on Congress. Find out what this one learned about lawmakers’ top issues.
Couldn’t come to the ProPublica Data Institute? Now you can learn some of the lessons from home.
Want to know what distinctive topics your members of Congress are concerned about? Represent’s got you covered.
Why City Bureau and ProPublica are partnering on a community tool to make public meeting data more accessible.
Announcing four researchers who will advise us on our data-journalism projects.
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