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Brian McGill

Senior Graphics Editor

bmcgill@nationaljournal.com

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.

Latest From Brian McGill

Interactive: How Male and Female Pay Stacks Up in Washington

Each of these 560 circles are sized to represent the compensation of one executive included in National Journal's biennial salary survey. 

Interactive: Who Gets Paid What in Washington

Each of these 560 circles are sized to represent the compensation of one executive included in National Journal's biennial salary survey. 

Ohio Will Recognize Same-Sex Marriages, Adding to National Momentum

A decade after 11 states banned gay marriage, gay-rights advocates are gaining ground over their opponents.

This Massive Chart Explains Death in America

The death rate for every race and ethnicity totals 100 percent. But when that death occurs, and why, varies dramatically.

Which State of the Union Response Is Right For Me?

In America, you've got options.

Infographic

Views of Homosexuality Differ Greatly by Region

Russia does not technically criminalize same-sex relationships, but it passed a measure last year banning gay-rights advocacy. Although China decriminalized homosexuality in 1997, a majority of th...

Infographic: The War on Poverty 50 Years Later

After 50 years, the data are mixed. A look into the numbers.

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Interactive: How Male and Female Pay Stacks Up in Washington

Each of these 560 circles are sized to represent the compensation of one executive included in National Journal's biennial salary survey. 

Ohio Will Recognize Same-Sex Marriages, Adding to National Momentum

A decade after 11 states banned gay marriage, gay-rights advocates are gaining ground over their opponents.

This Massive Chart Explains Death in America

The death rate for every race and ethnicity totals 100 percent. But when that death occurs, and why, varies dramatically.

Which State of the Union Response Is Right For Me?

In America, you've got options.

Infographic

Views of Homosexuality Differ Greatly by Region

Russia does not technically criminalize same-sex relationships, but it passed a measure last year banning gay-rights advocacy. Although China decriminalized homosexuality in 1997, a majority of th...

Infographic: The War on Poverty 50 Years Later

After 50 years, the data are mixed. A look into the numbers.

Dual Challenges for Incoming Fed Chief

Not in the decades since World War II has a Federal Reserve chairman been nominated with an inflation rate as low and unemployment rate as high as it is now.

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