WhoWhatWhy features new artwork on the top of the front page each day to promote and illustrate the most important stories we publish. These “panoramas” are replaced quickly — usually within 48 hours — which is a shame because a lot of work goes into them and they are true works of art.
As part of our series reviewing WhoWhatWhy’s work this year, below are some of our favorite panoramas from 2019.
Is a cat or dog too much responsibility for you? Don’t worry — AI robots are replacing them.
Stacey Abrams knows all about the impact that voter suppression and other anti-democracy measures can have on an election. We hope she uses the response to the State of the Union address to urge Americans to fight for democracy — while they still can.
The weakness of government regulators and why the fox should not be guarding the henhouse.
Mice are able to see how they run thanks to gene therapists at UC Berkeley, and it looks promising for macular degeneration patients.
The evidence suggests President Nixon was set up by powerful interests deeply unhappy with his policies.
Why and how algorithms are taking over our lives, why we should care and what we can do about it.
Do we now just accept that Jeffrey Epstein killed himself? Maybe he did. And maybe he didn’t.
The devastating cuts to the University of Alaska’s budget can be linked to similar cuts nationwide engineered by budget mercenary Donna Arduin for almost 25 years.
A look at how things like the Chinese Exclusion Act, eugenics, and white America’s desire for racial purity have historically been far worse than what we are seeing today — at least so far.
House Republicans and President Donald Trump are trying to unmask the Ukraine whistleblower. If they succeed, will future whistleblowers keep silent?
Former Navy officer, intelligence analyst, and author Malcolm Nance talks about the Trump/Putin master plan.
WhoWhatWhy investigates the unexplained death of a banker connected to the world’s largest money laundering case, and discovers even more mysteries.
Related front page panorama photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from Bradley Siefert / Flickr (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0).