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Brian McGill is the Senior Graphics Editor at National Journal. Prior to joining National Journal, McGill worked as a senior news artist at The Tampa Tribune in Tampa, Fla. and a graphic artist at the Springfield News-Leader in Springfield, Mo. He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri.

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The Geography of College Opportunity

Many elite schools—and even state universities—are in remote locations. But most students stick close to home.

Black College Graduates Leave With Diplomas and Debt—a Lot of Debt

Major gaps in student loan borrowing persist between black and white college students.

200 Years Ago Today Washington Was On Fire

An interactive look at the burning of the nation's capital in 1814.

The Real Reason You Can’t Text 911

Major-cell phones companies are equipped to let callers text emergency call centers, but most states aren't.

Watch a Decade of Economic Growth in Africa

The African continent has been immune to some of the economic struggles of the Western world.

Taking Charge

One-third of House chiefs of staff are women. Here's the partisan breakdown.

The Value of Cosponsorships

It isn't what you might think.

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The Geography of College Opportunity

Many elite schools—and even state universities—are in remote locations. But most students stick close to home.

Black College Graduates Leave With Diplomas and Debt—a Lot of Debt

Major gaps in student loan borrowing persist between black and white college students.

200 Years Ago Today Washington Was On Fire

An interactive look at the burning of the nation's capital in 1814.

The Real Reason You Can’t Text 911

Major-cell phones companies are equipped to let callers text emergency call centers, but most states aren't.

Watch a Decade of Economic Growth in Africa

The African continent has been immune to some of the economic struggles of the Western world.

The Shrinking Congressional Battleground–in One Map

Both parties have relatively few opportunities to pick up new seats this year.  

Where Homeowners Are Still Underwater

Some low-income, mostly minority neighborhoods may never recover from the mortgage crisis.   

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