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Waters in the Gulf of Maine are warming faster than 99% of the global ocean, and as a result its whales are disappearing.

For my first published graphic for NPR, I worked with digital editor Jason Breslow and fellow intern Avery Ellfeldt to create a graphic for a story about the impact that warming waters off the coast of Maine are having on the local whale population.

Here’s how I did it, in comic form.

After well-publicized issues with the reporting of results, Iowa’s Democratic caucuses are a virtual tie, with Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., collecting 26.2% of estimated delegates and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders getting 26.1%.

The candidates in the top 1% have accounted for about 78% of the ad spending in the presidential race so far, according to new numbers.

Winters are warming faster than other seasons across much of the United States. While that may sound like a welcome change for those bundled in scarves and hats, it’s causing a cascade of unpredictable impacts in communities across the country.

On the front lines of climate change, warming temperatures and thawing permafrost are making it harder to get an accurate count for the 2020 census in some of the most remote communities of Alaska.

Many of America’s communities are changing, and so is how voters decide what matters most to them and whom they want their leaders to be.

At the heart of a story now playing out in schools, workplaces and courts across the U.S. is a disagreement over the legal meaning of the word “sex” — and whether discrimination against gay and transgender people for being gay or transgender is sex discrimination.

Three years ago, only about one in ten high school students reported having recently used e-cigarettes. But a study published this week in JAMA shows the proportion of students vaping nicotine has now grown to more than one in four.

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