At which week are abortions banned in your state? Click here for the full interactive from The Washington Post: http://propub.ca/11h0tPa
Happy Monday, you guys!
A nice info graphic of the state of gay rights around the world.
From Yanko Tsvetkov’s maps of stereotypes, here is Asia according to Americans.
In case you haven’t seen this, the Post’s coverage of how members of Congress are directing spending to places where it benefits them personally is pretty impressive. Examples: Sen. Richard Shelby helped push more than $100 million in earmarks to help rebuild Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and much of that money went to nicen up an area directly around an office building he owns in the city, which has risen in property value as development has increased. (Watch the video; it syncs up with a map of Tuscaloosa.) He’s not alone. Congressmen around the country directly or indirectly benefited from millions in spending that, at the very least, might give them a nicer view around their property — or in other cases, benefited their family members. The Post did a lot of great work on this piece, and it shows.