Medicare’s popular prescription-drug program serves more than 42 million people and pays for more than one of every four prescriptions written nationwide. Use this tool to find and compare over 460,000 doctors and other providers who wrote over 50 prescriptions in Part D in 2016.
Here’s how we conducted an in-depth look at the rapid expansion of video gambling in the state and its financial and social costs.
We’ve collected data on 54 million tickets issued over the past two decades in the city. Search for your address and compare your ward with others, and see how Chicago’s reliance on ticketing affects motorists across the city.
The gas rush is upending communities with traffic and noise, reshaping the way the state looks and sounds. Residents are often powerless to stop it.
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The government inspects taxpayer-subsidized apartment buildings. See which ones passed and failed.
Look up more than 100 of the largest police jurisdictions in the country to see their clearance rates broken down.
Residents of poor and rural counties have to drive farther than others to get to the polls during early balloting. Our map lets you explore the data.
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Is there racial inequality at your school? Look up more than 96,000 individual public and charter schools and 17,000 school districts to see how they compare.
We’re thrilled to announce the 12 outstanding journalists who will be joining us for the Data Institute this year.
Election Day is only weeks away. Find out how — and how well — your county or town handles election administration.
After discovering that the resumes of political appointees include information not revealed on their financial disclosure forms, Property of the People used data from Trump Town and Freedom of Information Act requests to obtain as many staff resumes as possible.
An in-depth look at newly approved cancer drugs, who participates in their clinical trials and who is affected by those cancers.
When the worst flood in nearly a century hit Cairo, Illinois, in 2011, the Army Corps waited before following an emergency plan designed to save a city of 2,800 people. See how that week unfolded and the delays and indecision that cost millions in avoidable damage.
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We ran water through a room-sized river model to show how levees can make flooding worse. Try it yourself.
See how political advertisers target you. Use this database to search for political ads based on who was meant to see them.
We found 100 facilities holding immigrant children and have mapped 88 of them. Help us find out more about the facilities and the children being held there.