This fascinating exhibit takes words from millions of online dating profiles and re-maps the United States.
Mark Sykes and François Georges-Picot drew the map of the modern Middle East during World War I. To this day, we’re still fighting over imaginary lines.
Researchers, governments and companies are increasingly exploring the geothermal energy potential of this region of sun and surf.
The Chinese Communist Party wants you to use the “right” map — or else.
the best of the rest
- Politics & Power
Partisan jockeying has already begun for the post-2020 census redistricting — and this time, it’s starting in the courts.
Countries are losing their citizens to foreign cities. So much so, in fact, that a country’s biggest city might now be abroad.
How public art commemorates its history at a seat of knowledge.