Quoctrung Bui

The New York Times


  • Currently a graphics editor for The New York Times
  • Previously worked for National Public Radio
  • His drawings and features stories include everything from bricklaying robots to bats in fancy dress suits and bow ties (as seen on RadioLab)
What if Cities Are No Longer the Land of Opportunity for Low-Skilled Workers?

Jan 11

At Baxter Laboratories, a manufacturer of medical supplies outside Chicago, in 1942. For many decades, Americans were able to lift themselves up by leaving struggling places for thriving cities like Chicago.

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How Connected Is Your Community To Everywhere Else In America?

Sep 19

America is often described as a place of great divides — between red and blue, big cities and rural towns, the coasts and the heartland. But our social lives are shaped by a much stronger force that ignores many of these lines: distance.

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The Age That Women Have Babies: How A Gap Divides America

Aug 5

Family life looks very different across the country, depending when women first give birth.

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A Portrait of U.S. Housing in 83 Million Evictions

Apr 7

New data, assembled from about 83 million court records going back to 2000, suggest that the most pervasive eviction problems aren't necessarily in the most expensive regions.

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Tax Bill Calculator: Will Your Taxes Go Up or Down?

Dec 18

This simple calculator describes a range of tax scenarios under the Republican tax plan. Find households like yours in five steps or fewer.

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Dear Amazon, We Picked Your New Headquarters for You

Sep 11

Let’s skip the nationwide bidding war and cut right to the winner.

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