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Stacker used data collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to break down the costliest October weather disasters since 1980.
Chair design and America's history: neither are exactly comfortable. Using books and news articles, Living Spaces explored five chairs that reflect our history.
Stacker used Merriam-Webster's Time Traveler to find 25 words written or printed in English for the first time in the 1960s.
Using data from the CDC, Ophelia explored the state of prescription opioid dispense rates across the U.S. amid a national record low.
DocBuddy referenced data from the American Nurses Association and the National Library of Medicine to look at some leading causes of nurse burnout.
NNOXX surveyed the web and found five multipurpose workout tools that won't take up too much space in your home gym.
Best Universities examined what the end of Biden's $10,000 loan forgiveness program means for first-generation students and graduates.
(NAPSI)—You may be at risk for liver disease and not even know it. Consider this: Fatty liver disease affects an estimated 80 to 100 million Americans and many are completely unaware they have it. …
Best Universities compiled a list of the most evenly matched, long-running college football rivalries in the U.S., using data from Stathead.
Monge and Associates cited data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to identify states with the highest rate of drunken driving fatalities.
In partnership with Visible, Stacker analyzed the FCC's Consumer Complaints data and ranked each state based on the least to the most spam calls received in 2023 so far.
OLBG compiled a ranking of the five most impressive winning streaks in men's tennis history using data from Ultimate Tennis Statistics.
Stacker sifted through news articles and historical documents to commemorate the legacies of 10 Black suffragists often left out of the narrative.
(Family Features) Whether it's pride, pain, inspiration, nostalgia or a combination of sentiments, any time veterans tell their stories, there's a good chance they'll evoke strong emotions from both the tellers and their audiences.
The General compiled research to show how roads have been integral to connecting people and cultures and how construction has changed over time.
Stacker used Progressive Punch data to see how progressive the senators running for reelection are relative to the political leanings of their states.