is a data visuals fellow at The Texas Tribune and a senior studying journalism and design at Northwestern University. She creates data-driven graphics and interactive stories, and previously worked as a web development intern at The Boston Globe and as a student fellow at Northwestern University's Knight Lab. A transplant from Mumbai, India, she's always on the hunt for a good cup of chai.
Last week, House lawmakers advanced a bill requiring high school students to pass the civics test that immigrants take when applying for citizenship. We created a similar quiz, and more than 25,000 of you took it. Here's how you did.
A bill approved by the Texas House on Wednesday would require high school students pass a version of the civics test that immigrants must take when applying for U.S. citizenship. How well would you do? Take our quiz and find out.
A Texas Tribune analysis of how much Texas candidates spent per vote ahead of the November elections reveals campaigns that won or lost on the cheap, as well as those that paid heavily for their outcome.
As of late Monday, nearly all of the 38-member Texas congressional delegation had taken a position on President Trump's travel ban executive order. Most Republicans backed the measure, while Democrats viscerally opposed it.