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.
- Top legal scholars will be filing the 1st major lawsuit against President Donald Trump's alleged business conflicts on Monday.
- "Welcome to the movement": Women's March on Washington organizers are working tirelessly to make sure first-time marchers stick around ✊
- A mass grave in Mexico contained the remains of 56 people, many of whom went missing in 2010, authorities said Sunday.
- The New England Patriots are heading to the Super Bowl yet again. They'll play the Atlanta Falcons on Feb. 5 🏈