Political cartoons from the last 111 years

Stacker went through the Library of Congress, newspapers, magazine archives, and art and photo libraries to find the most compelling political cartoons of the last 111 years.  
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The World Cup is the most-watched sporting event internationally—here's how it stacks up to other US events

OLBG collected data on the U.S. television ratings of recent major sports championships to see how the Men's World Cup ranks in popularity against some of the most-anticipated sporting events.

People don’t mate randomly – but the flawed assumption that they do is an essential part of many studies linking genes to diseases and traits

The idea that correlation does not imply causation is a fundamental caveat in epidemiological research. A classic example involves a hypothetical link between ice cream sales and drownings – instead of increased ice cream consumption causing more people to drown, it’s plausible that a third variable, summer weather, is driving up an appetite for ice cream and swimming, and hence opportunities to drown.
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Coldest city in every state

Stacker analyzed data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to determine the coldest cities in every state.

What winter was like the year you were born

Stacker put together a list featuring information and statistics for each year of the past century using data from NOAA's Climate at a Glance Series and Snowfall Extremes database.

Holiday gift crazes and fads of the past century

Stacker compiled a list of toy crazes from the past 100 years.  

The cultural and historical significance of fashion on HBCU campuses

Stacker looked into the cultural and historical significance of fashion on HBCU campuses.

10 casino movie myths debunked

OddsSeeker looked into the history of casinos on film and identified 10 movie myths created about gambling or going to the casino.

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15 things AI can (and can't) do
Stacker assessed the current state of AI, from predictive models to learning algorithms, and identified the capabilities and limitations of automation in various settings.
US metro areas with the worst air pollution
Stacker compiled a list of the metro areas with the worst pollution in the U.S. using the 2022 American Lung Association State of the Air Report.  
Zip codes donating the most money to Donald Trump
Stacker gathered information from the Federal Election Commission to provide a comprehensive list of the top 50 zip codes where President Trump has received the most campaign donations over the past two years.
Richest current Republican politicians in Congress
Stacker ranked current Republican politicians in Congress by their total estimated net worth using a database compiled by Insider from congressional disclosure reports.  
Richest current Democratic politicians in Congress
Using a database compiled by Insider from congressional disclosure reports, Stacker ranked current Democratic politicians in Congress by their total estimated net worth.  
Where do Alex Jones' damages rank among other high-profile defamation settlements?
Stacker compiled a list of recent high-profile defamation cases and compared the payouts to that of Alex Jones using a variety of news and other sources.
States with the highest and lowest Biden approval ratings
Stacker compiled a list of the states with the highest and lowest approval ratings for President Biden using data from Morning Consult.
From Stonewall to today: 50+ years of modern LGBTQ+ history
From Stonewall to the 2022 midterm elections, Stacker takes a look back at over 50 years of significant moments in the LGBTQ+ community in the United States and around the world.
A decade of semitruck accident data
The Fang Law Firm, P.C. analyzed 2011-2020 data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to illustrate where, when, and how many Americans are killed in semitruck crashes.  
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