Marco Hernandez joined The New York Times as a graphics editor in December 2021. He was previously a data visualization developer at Reuters in Singapore and director of digital design at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong.
New satellite pictures of the eastern Ukrainian city, where a brutal battle has been raging for months, showed bridges over a strategically important river had been destroyed.
By Elena Shao and Marco Hernandez
This was featured in live coverage.
By Marc Santora, Josh Holder, Marco Hernandez and Andrew E. Kramer
Both sides are preparing to attack after months of slow-moving fighting. Russia is moving first. Here’s how each side is trying to shape the critical next few months in Ukraine.
Russia is building a vast network of trenches, traps and obstacles to slow Ukraine’s momentum. Will it work?
By Marco Hernandez and Josh Holder
The attack severed a crucial Russian supply line and triggered a month of Russian airstrikes. Experts reconstructed how Ukraine pulled it off.
By James Glanz and Marco Hernandez
Aerial videos and photos show the destruction caused by Hurricane Ian on Fort Myers Beach, Fla.
By Bedel Saget, Marco Hernandez, Malika Khurana, Zach Levitt, Eleanor Lutz and Albert Sun
See areas around Fort Myers and Florida’s southwest coast that experienced dangerous storm surges and extensive flooding.
By Lazaro Gamio, Ashley Wu, Albert Sun and Malika Khurana
A surprise advance this month exposed deep vulnerabilities in Russia’s overstretched military. As Russia calls for more troops, can Ukraine keep gaining ground?
By Marco Hernandez and Denise Lu
By Marco Hernandez and Lazaro Gamio
By Marco Hernandez, Josh Holder and Marc Santora