CNS Data Lab

Students in the Data Lab develop innovative data-driven web applications, interactive graphics and in-depth web projects. They serve as lead producers for CNS’ destination website and help test innovative new ideas to advance the practice of journalism.

In liberal Washington suburbs, Trump supporters feel isolated

This quiet suburb on the outskirts of Washington, D.C., is one of tree-lined streets, well-manicured lawns — and Hillary Clinton yard signs.

Hometowns of Maryland high school football recruits have higher median incomes than basketball recruits

The best lacrosse players in Maryland hail from wealthier parts of the state than the best football and basketball players.

Baltimore Ravens are NFL’s only team with top five rushing and passing defense

Through the first five weeks of the 2016 season, only one defense has allowed fewer yards per game than the Baltimore Ravens. Their uniquely balanced defense has propelled them to a winning record, despite their below-average offense, which is ranked 22nd.

Why home-field advantage for the Washington Nationals may not matter in the first round of the 2016 baseball playoffs

Home-field advantage appears to be a boon for the Nats; but in the divisional round, it does not help as much as one might expect.

Baltimore Orioles’ sluggers win four straight home run titles, first time in 64 years

When Mark Trumbo took home the award Monday with a league-leading 47 home runs, he became the third different Oriole to hold the honor since 2013.

At Some P.G. County Metro Stations, Majority of Nighttime Riders are Below Poverty Line

Metro leaders are considering cutting late night operating hours that could disproportionately affect people below the poverty line.