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Managing Editor, Digital Journalism, The Marshall Project
As seen in:  Guardian, New York Times

managing editor, covering crime and punishment @MarshallProj. colorado native. likes fishing and dogs. PGP: https://t.co/PVSZiAX9pY

Faces of the Dead

nytimes.com — Nearly nine years passed before American forces reached their first 1,000 dead in the war in Afghanistan. The second 1,000 came just 27 months later, after a troop surge in 2010.

Gay rights in the US, state by state

theguardian.com — Gay rights laws in America have evolved to allow - but in some cases ban - rights for gay, lesbian and transgender people on a range of issues, including marriage, hospital visitation, adoption, housing, employment and school bullying. The handling of gay rights issues vary by state and follow trends by region.

Olympic Voices: Riding the Pipe

nytimes.com — Five snowboarding halfpipe medal contenders talk about their sport, their first tricks and the music they listen to.

Rock-Paper-Scissors: You vs. the Computer

nytimes.com — Test your strategy against the computer in this rock-paper-scissors game illustrating basic artificial intelligence.

A History of World Records

nytimes.com — How world records in Summer Olympic events have improved over the past century.

Australian election results: Interactive map

theguardian.com — Interactive map showing the results of the 2010 election as circles, clustered around locations

Rock-Paper-Scissors: You vs. the Computer

nytimes.com — Test your strategy against the computer in this rock-paper-scissors game illustrating basic artificial intelligence.

Campaign watch: 2013 Australian election interactive map

theguardian.com — We're logging every campaign appearance from Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott since the start of the election campaign. Here you can see where they've been the most, what they did there, and if they're visiting more marginal than safe seats. Use the slider to change the date, or click on the electorates below the map for more detail.

Gauging Your Distraction

nytimes.com — A game illustrates the potential consequences of distractions like texting on your driving ability.

The $250 Million East Bathtub at Ground Zero

nytimes.com — An incessant din resounds for some 20 hours a day as hundreds of workers and mammoth mining machines excavate the foundations for two future office towers at Church Street between Liberty and Vesey Streets in Lower Manhattan. The pit is framed by 85-foot-tall concrete walls that hold the Hudson River at bay.

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