Thomas Suh Lauder

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Thomas Suh Lauder is a senior journalist for Visualization & Data. He has been with the Los Angeles Times since 2000, where he's developed data visualizations for Pulitzer Prize and Scripps Howard award-winning projects. A graduate of the University of Nebraska, his design work has been noted by the Society of News Design, the Society of Publication Design and Print Magazine.

Recent Articles

  • How similar are you to California's voters?

    How similar are you to California's voters?

    Election Day 2016 updates: Trump defeats Clinton to become next president of U.S.. Nov. 9, 2016, 5:16 p.m. The U.S. elected its 45th president on Nov. 8. See all of our maps: State-by-state results and the California races and propositions California votes to legalize recreational pot use ; it...

  • The last time California tried to legalize weed it failed. What happened?

    The last time California tried to legalize weed it failed. What happened?

    Voters are about to decide if Californians will be able to legally possess an ounce of marijuana, grow up to six plants and purchase retail marijuana, all without a medical recommendation.

  • Where the cameras roll

    Where the cameras roll

    Sample of neighborhoods with permitted TV, film and commercial shoots scheduled this week. Permits are subject to last-minute changes.

  • The challenges in making America 'one again'

    The challenges in making America 'one again'

    Republican National Convention 2016, the final day: Donald Trump's full speech, the takeaways, the reactions July 22, 2016, 2:15 a.m. The 2016 Republican National Convention is officially over. • Donald Trump argued that America's current status is grim and he is the man who will save it.• Here's...

  • El Niño could bring disaster and drought relief to California

    El Niño could bring disaster and drought relief to California

    How does El Niño work, and why might it bring rain and snow to California this winter? We answer your questions.  How might El Niño affect California? There's a favorable chance that this winter will be wetter than average in much of California -- from San Diego to San Francisco. The greatest chance for...

  • Water conservation amid drought: Who made the grade?

    Water conservation amid drought: Who made the grade?

    On April 1, as California entered a fourth year of drought, Gov. Jerry Brown stood in a barren field that should have been smothered in snow and demanded a 25% cut in urban water use. To comply with Brown's mandate, the State Water Resources Control Board developed reduction targets that each of...

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