Chris Wilson is the director of data journalism at TIME.com. He is the author of RaphaelJS: Graphics and Visualization on the Web.
Do You Talk Too Much? Take the Quiz to Find Out
You could be a 'talkaholic'By Dan Lyons and interactive designed by Chris Wilson
Counting the Lives Lost to School Shootings
Precisely how many lives have been lost to school shootings is a figure for which there is little consensusBy Chris Wilson
What 3,000 Financial Documents Say About Climate Change
Over the past decade, the way that publicly traded companies have spoken publicly about climate change has unmistakably changed. Now, it’s become standard for many companies to, at the very least, pay lip service to...By Emily Barone and Chris Wilson
Crowdfunding Site for Right-Wing Causes Generates Windfall
The trucker-led protests that paralyzed downtown Ottawa and galvanized supporters across the world ended Feb. 20 without achieving their goal of ending Canada's COVID-19 restrictions. But there was one clear winner from the demonstrations: GiveSendGo,...By Vera Bergengruen and Chris Wilson
How Donald Trump Turned Jan. 6 into a Windfall
How Trump weaponized the events of Jan. 6 to raise money and tighten his grip on the GOPBy Brian Bennett and Chris Wilson
U.S. Surpasses 50 Million COVID-19 Cases. It Has Been Worse
The number of reported cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. surpassed 50 million on Monday as the pandemic reached yet another inglorious milestone. While this is very unlikely to be the final time the odometer’s...By Chris Wilson
A Fifth COVID-19 Wave May Be Coming To the U.S.
Though COVID-19 case rates are still below levels this same time last year, trends indicate a fifth wave could hit the U.S. these holidaysBy Chris Wilson
Here Are the Goals of the COP26 Climate Change Meetings—and Where the World Stands in Accomplishing Them
This week, thousands of ministers and diplomats from across the world are descending on an event campus in Glasgow, Scotland for the most important climate conference in recent years—and perhaps the most significant international meeting...By Alejandro de la Garza , Ciara Nugent , Aryn Baker , Jennifer Duggan and Chris Wilson
Fourth COVID Wave Could Be Ebbing. The Fifth Might Be Worse
We may see a modest surge from travel over the Labor Day weekend, but the real test will come in about two monthsBy Chris Wilson
5 States Have Surpassed Their COVID-19 Peaks
Driven by the Delta variant, the fourth wave of COVID-19 in the U.S. could be worse than the thirdBy Chris Wilson
COVID-19 Surges Are Motivating Americans to Get Vaccinated
For the first time since April, the U.S. COVID-19 vaccination rate is consistently on the rise—driven largely by hard-hit Southern statesBy Chris Wilson
The U.S. COVID-19 Outbreak Is Still Bad—And Could Get Worse
Especially in places with low vaccination ratesBy Chris Wilson
The Great American Reopening, in 5 Charts
From air travel to searches for the word 'reservation,' it's clear that the U.S. is through with the pandemicBy Chris Wilson
Politics, Race, Religion: What Really Divides Americans?
America is divided—but by what? Race, religion, political party, education level: all are sources of significant social disunity these days, as people increasingly have trouble understanding or relating to those outside their identity groups. But...By Chris Wilson and Molly Ball
Who Will Be Affected by J&J COVID-19 Vaccine Pause?
So far, J&J's COVID-19 vaccine has gone mostly to younger Americans, as well as groups with less access to health careBy Chris Wilson
Is U.S. COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Working?
The vaccines are effective on an individual level, but it's too early to tell if they're having a big-picture impactBy Chris Wilson
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