Top sports moments of fall 2016

Our CNS data lab team worked throughout the semester to covered local sports and crunch the numbers.

Our Reporters #CaptureCNS

Our CNS reporters have traveled across the state, the nation, and even the world. We’ve rounded up some of the best moments from our reporters in the field.

Top 9 social stories from fall 2016

Throughout the past semester, when Twitter was buzzing, the CNS crew was following along. Here are our favorite social stories from the fall 2016 semester.

These post-election tweets are giving us life

Americans—and Twitter users—are handling the results of Tuesday’s election in different ways. Some are using the platform to spreading message of hope, solidarity and humor.

Subset of minority voters show support for Trump on social media

Supporters of Donald Trump are overwhelmingly white, but a small but vocal group of minority voters have pledged their support for the Republican candidate.

Oh the Places You’ll Go… with CNS

CNS reporters are going places. Literally.

Twitter Erupts Over #Repealthe19th Trending Hashtag

#Repealthe19th took over Twitter when maps showing what the election results would look like if only men voted versus if only women voted hit social media.

Howard County Sheriff Resigns Amidst Racism Allegations

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Metro’s Potential Service Hour Cuts Aren’t Popular with Twitter

A shortened schedule could drastically affect workers’ ability to travel to and from work at night and in the morning, among other things.

Governor Larry Hogan’s Decision to Delay School Start Sparks Twitter Debate

“School after Labor Day is now the law of the land in Maryland,” Hogan said, ignoring concerns from teachers unions and the Democratic-controlled state legislature.