The Wall Street Journal, over 125 years old, continues to break new ground in the worlds of data journalism. In addition to our everyday coverage, which is frequently data-driven, our most ambitious data projects shed light on Russian trolls, odd market trading, homicides and suicides and infrastructure. We write for a large mainstream audience and a subscriber base that expects unique insight into current affairs as well as market and finance coverage.
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