One of the things that’s insanely great about Google Maps is its layered information architecture, allowing you to see exactly the data you want to see, in any combination. Deployed in this Sandy Crisis Map, there are tons and tons of ways to customize the map to get whatever information you want to see — whether it’s tons of info thrown together at once or a singular piece of the picture, like a map of storm surge probability.
- The U.S. government is suing Ferguson, Missouri, after the city tried to change a negotiated police reform settlement.
- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has dropped out of the 2016 Republican presidential race after poor results in New Hampshire.
- Twitter's shares fell steeply in after-hours trading after they reported a decline in monthly users 📉