English clubs send the most players to the World Cup—here are the next most popular countries
OLBG compiled a list of countries likely to supply the most club players to national teams in the 2022 World Cup, using rosters collected on the Internet Archive.
Famous party venues from Chicago history
Even in its short history, Chicago's myriad historic venues have played host to some of the greatest nights out. From swanky supper clubs to wine-drenched soirées, Giggster takes a look back on the city's 185 years of refined hedonism.
Landmark LGBTQ+ history in every state
Stacker compiled a list of landmark LGBTQ+ history in every state using a variety of news, historical, and academic sources.
The numbers behind the DACA program: how many people would its end affect?
Stacker cited data from the Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Immigration Law Center to look into the numbers behind the current recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status, also known as DACA.
50 facts about guns in America
Stacker gathered information from scientific reports and government and news sites to generate a list of 50 facts related to guns in America.
How your eating habits could be affecting your sleep
Sunday Citizen identified how eating habits could influence sleep quality by researching scientific literature about food and nutrition and their connection to sleep patterns.
Most expensive climate disasters in recent decades
Stacker ranked the most expensive American climate disasters by the billions since 1980 by total cost of all damages, adjusted for inflation. Data came from the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
What midterm elections could mean for the state of immigration in the US
Stacker looked at current media coverage, close Senate races, and the positioning of both major political parties to determine what the results of the upcoming midterm elections could mean for the state of U.S. immigration.
Here's how fracking and renewables are changing US energy production
Using annual report info from the Energy Information Administration, OhmConnect looked into how the U.S. generates its power, and how the rise of renewable energy fits into the future landscape.
1 year later: How COP27 countries are pacing on the global methane pledge
The global concentration of methane is continuing to set new annual records—can international efforts to curb this greenhouse gas keep up? Stacker looks into the matter.
Why the US falls behind in passenger train travel
Stacker looked at why the U.S. is behind other countries in passenger rail service and what new infrastructure funding could change.
Voter demographics of every state
Stacker compiled voter demographics for each state and Washington D.C. using the 2021 U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey.
A brief visual history of how midterm elections changed Congressional control since FDR
Stacker used data compiled by The American Presidency Project at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the U.S. House of Representatives to visualize outcomes of midterm elections on the sitting president's political party in Congress.
Landmark Supreme Court cases and Chief Justices of the time
Stacker used information from the law project Oyez, Justia's U.S. Supreme Court Center, and news reports on Supreme Court decisions to develop a list of landmark Supreme Court cases.
States with the highest cancer rates
Stacker used data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to rank U.S. states and the District of Columbia by their incidence rates of cancer in 2019 (the most recent data available).