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DataBasics walks you through the essentials of economic data manipulations. The articles present numeric operations that economists use to make data more meaningful. The data definitions are descriptions of frequently used Texas economic variables that, taken together, help paint a picture of statewide economic activity.

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Having worked for The Guardian team that won a Pulitzer Prize for breaking the Edward Snowden stories, Gabriel Dance knows the importance of anonymous tips.

That's why, when he rejoined The New York Times from The Marshall Project last year, Dance was taken aback by a glaring omission in the newsroom.

"I was surprised to see that the times had still not set up a tip line," said Dance, The Times' deputy investigative editor. "So I did a quick site audit to see if there were any tip callouts."

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According to the Times’ deputy investigations editor Gabriel Dance, who was on the team that broke the NSA story involving infamous tipster Edward Snowden, the reason behind increased requests for news tips from everyday citizens isn’t so cut-and-dry.

“I think the public’s actually probably a little bit confused on what to think about all of it,” he said. “You have a President who’s actively railing against leaks, saying they result in fake news. At the same time, you have numerous news organization breaking big stories based in whole or, at least in part, on tips coming through.”

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The GeoJSON feature collection of census tracts we constructed previously was 13.6M. That’s fine for local viewing, but a bit large for the web! Fortunately there are ways to shrink geometry without apparent loss of detail. We can:

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As somebody currently learning the ins and outs of D3 v4, I’ve struggled to find a good resource for converting the Natural Earth ESRI Shapefiles to TopoJSON. This quick post will go through how to do this using the current versions of the D3 geography utilities.

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By some estimates, bogus news stories appearing online and on social media had an even greater reach in the final months of the presidential campaign than articles by mainstream news organizations.

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The story of how Mr. Trump sidestepped a potentially ruinous tax bill emerged from documents recently discovered by The Times during a search of casino bankruptcy filings.

Mr. Trump structured his companies to allow him to have lucrative personal tax advantages, while limiting his personal liability should business go bad.

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The New York Times reported last week that Donald J. Trump had a $916 million net
operating loss on his 1995 tax returns, which could have legally allowed him to avoid federal income taxes for nearly two decades. That figure may seem startling, but wealthy real estate developers like Mr. Trump enjoy federal income tax breaks largely unavailable to typical homeowners.

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The New York Times obtained records from 1995 showing that Donald J. Trump declared a $916 million loss. The figure is so substantial that it could have allowed him to legally avoid paying federal income tax for 18 years.

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