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Joined on November 01, 2009
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytgraphics and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
5 hours
Average replies
10
Average retweets
39
Average likes
115
Tweets with photos
37 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
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277. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

689. in country United States and category Media

790. in category Magazines & Journals

Switching to electric vehicles is one of the best way to curb greenhouse gas emissions, but electric cars have big price tags. The good news? Over time, electric vehicles can save drivers a lot of money compared to similar gas cars. Here’s how it works: https://t.co/prTUFLPQQs

Ten Republicans broke with President Trump and voted “yes” on impeachment. See how each House member voted on Wednesday: https://t.co/5DXXqxC4kX https://t.co/lngDXc0dRy

Ten Republicans broke with President Trump and voted “yes” on impeachment. See how each House member voted on Wednesday: https://t.co/5DXXqxC4kX https://t.co/lngDXc0dRy

NY AG is suing NYPD for excessive force at the protests last summer — we documented over 60 instances recorded on video here: https://t.co/yEvl1vXCQo https://t.co/qTRhjGhswv

The four Republicans who did not vote on impeachment: - Kay Granger of Tex. - Andy Harris of Md. - Greg Murphy of N.C. - Daniel Webster of Fla.

The 10 Republicans who voted "yes" on impeachment includes Rep. Tom Rice of S.C., one of 147 Republicans who voted to overturn election results last week. https://t.co/J2vwYjnYEa

The 10 Republicans who voted "yes" on impeachment includes Rep. Tom Rice of S.C., one of 147 Republicans who voted to overturn election results last week. https://t.co/J2vwYjnYEa

The House voted 232-197 to impeach of President Trump for the second time. 10 Republicans voted "yes," and 4 did not vote. Details here --> https://t.co/fPOyPYPAU1

The House is about to vote on an article of impeachment that accuses President Trump of “incitement of insurrection.” Follow the votes here. https://t.co/fPOyPYPAU1

Congress has struggled to stem the spread within its ranks in recent weeks. Most members who have tested positive have done so since the election in November, as coronavirus cases have surged across the country. See more here. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd

Many members of the House were holed up together during the Capitol attack and some refused to wear masks, angering several Democrats, including Pramila Jayapal of Washington, who has since tested positive. Five have tested positive since then. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd https://t.co/qhVfYQ6U8C

Many members of the House were holed up together during the Capitol attack and some refused to wear masks, angering several Democrats, including Pramila Jayapal of Washington, who has since tested positive. Five have tested positive since then. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd https://t.co/qhVfYQ6U8C

In the Senate, eight republicans and two Democrats have tested positive. In the House, 36 Republicans and 14 Democrats have. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd https://t.co/lDRlncGMlW

In the Senate, eight republicans and two Democrats have tested positive. In the House, 36 Republicans and 14 Democrats have. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd https://t.co/lDRlncGMlW

More than 1 in 10 current senators and representatives have tested positive, surpassing the national known infection rate of 6.5%.

The list includes 44 Republicans and 16 Democrats. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd https://t.co/jtggyPTV8K

More than 1 in 10 current senators and representatives have tested positive, surpassing the national known infection rate of 6.5%. The list includes 44 Republicans and 16 Democrats. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd https://t.co/jtggyPTV8K

At least 60 sitting members of Congress have tested positive for the coronavirus or are believed to have had Covid-19 since the pandemic began. Five have tested positive since the attack on the Capitol last week. https://t.co/A7nHodPWNd

We’re periodically updating our database of coronavirus cases and deaths at long-term care facilities for older adults. See more of our findings here. https://t.co/aHmEOPzDyU

In about a quarter of U.S. states, the number of residents and workers at nursing homes who have died accounts for at least half of all deaths from Covid-19.
https://t.co/aHmEOPzDyU https://t.co/FLXw0LCNaM

In about a quarter of U.S. states, the number of residents and workers at nursing homes who have died accounts for at least half of all deaths from Covid-19. https://t.co/aHmEOPzDyU https://t.co/FLXw0LCNaM

The number of cases in these facilities accounts for only 5% of all U.S. cases, but the rate of people dying there is much higher, because the disease is particularly lethal to older adults with underlying health conditions. https://t.co/aHmEOPzDyU https://t.co/YmwWFhBahQ

The number of cases in these facilities accounts for only 5% of all U.S. cases, but the rate of people dying there is much higher, because the disease is particularly lethal to older adults with underlying health conditions. https://t.co/aHmEOPzDyU https://t.co/YmwWFhBahQ

At least 136,000 coronavirus deaths have been reported among residents and employees of nursing homes in the U.S., according to our database. As of Jan. 12, the virus has infected more than 1,128,000 people at 30,000 facilities. https://t.co/aHmEOPzDyU

Washington State relaxed restrictions on outdoor recreation, including zoos and outdoor performances. We're tracking virus restrictions in every state. https://t.co/eJXpCDi0vY

79% of intensive care hospital beds in the U.S. were occupied in the week ending Jan. 7. More than a fifth of hospitals with intensive care units reported that at least 95% of their I.C.U. beds were full. How Full Are Hospital I.C.U.s Near You? https://t.co/ZOp5wPIoXO

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