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Places to celebrate Women's History Month

In honor of Women's History Month, Bounce explored a range of locations people can visit to celebrate and learn about influential women from U.S. history.

The US surpasses 100 mass shootings in 2023—here's every event mapped

Stacker cited data from the Gun Violence Archive to visualize the scope of mass shootings thus far in 2023. Data is as of March 7, 2023.

How to Host a College Hoops Watch Party

(Family Features) It's tournament time, and that's the perfect reason to gather with your fellow fans and watch both the top-seeded teams and Cinderella stories shoot their way to the top.

Here are the places where air pollution levels could soon be considered dangerous by the EPA

Stacker cited data from the Environmental Protection Agency to look at what the agency's consideration of new particulate pollution standards means for people across the U.S.

Many In Primary Care Want Patients To Share Mental Health Concerns

(NAPSI)—Nurse practitioner Michele Long has been Beth’s primary care provider for years. So, when Beth started experiencing symptoms of depression, she scheduled an appointment with …
How to Improve your Communication Skills
Improving your communication skills is something many of us want to do, and there’s no downside to improving your communication skills. Here we have put together some top tips to help you along the way.
The Most Common Reasons to Find and Hire a Good Lawyer
Having a good lawyer by your side is important for navigating complicated legal matters and ensuring your best interests are represented. Here are some of the most common reasons to find and hire a good lawyer.
Can Your Running Shoes Actually be the Cause of Injuries?
While running shoes are designed to provide support, stability, and cushioning to the feet during physical activity, they may also cause injuries. If you're a runner looking to prevent injuries and optimize your performance, keep reading to learn more.
5 Top Tips to Identify and Rectify Negative Habits in Your Life
It's essential to be aware of our behaviors and address any negative habits before they become too difficult to manage. Here are the top five tips for recognizing and tackling those unwanted habits in your life.
The adventure of a lifetime becomes an exploration of this great country
We hope you enjoy "Postcards from America", and feel free to interact with us on social media and our news site. Tell us about your experiences on the road and where we should consider visiting next.

States with the highest rate of gun-related fatalities

Stacker evaluated public health data from the CDC to determine how rates of gun-related fatalities differ across U.S. states.    

States looking to end daylight saving time changes

Using information from news and government sources, Stacker has investigated the states seeking to make daylight saving time permanent all year round.

The impact of changing liability on the social media experience

Stacker investigated how Supreme Court decisions and changes to Section 230 might impact social media companies, their users, and people's ability to disseminate sensitive information by speaking with expert Aaron Mackey of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and consulting government sources.  

States where you are most likely to hit an animal

Watch out, West Virginia—Stacker ranked each state by drivers' likelihood of hitting an animal on the road, using data from State Farm.

10 brands you might not know were founded by celebrities

From The Rock's tequila to Cameron Diaz's vegan wellness wine, Shopdog highlighted 10 brands you may have forgotten were founded by celebrities.

Vincent van Gogh: The life story you may not know

Masterworks chronicled the unknown life of enigmatic Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, one of the most influential artists of all time.

Host a St. Patrick's Day Party with Style

(Family Features) It's just not a party without a scrumptious spread of eats and drinks, and an occasion like St. Patrick's Day makes it fun to plan your menu.

5 ways to protect yourself from romance scams

(BPT) - Online dating and social media have made it easier than ever before to find your special someone. However, scammers are always ready to take advantage of well-meaning singles looking for …

Cities with the fastest 'time-to-crime' rates for firearms

Stacker compiled gun crime data from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives on 40 cities across the U.S. and ranked them by five-year median time-to-crime, or the amount of time after a gun is purchased to when it is recovered by police at a crime scene.

25 things that have different names depending on where you live in the US
Stacker compiled a list of 25 different things that have region-specific names using news, dictionary, and academic sources.
Rustic chic and romantic: 10 reasons barn weddings are ideal for couples
(BPT) - Whether you dream of a small, intimate wedding or a grand, larger-than-life affair, planning your big day starts with finding the right venue. Barn weddings continue to gain popularity as the …
Milestones in women's history from the year you were born
From American women winning the right to vote to the #MeToo movement, Stacker draws on a number of historical and archival sources to explore the past 100 years of women's history in the U.S. and around the world.
Most Americans experience a traumatic event by the age of 16—here are common symptoms
Citing SAMHSA research and scientific journals, Charlie Health looked at how symptoms of childhood trauma manifest at different age ranges.
Ghost kitchens: The $43 billion restaurant segment designed for takeout and delivery
Task Group used news coverage and insights from the industry trade group Hospitality Technology and the National Retail Federation to explore the concept and growth of ghost kitchens in recent years.
Over dark circles, fine lines and puffiness around your eyes? Here's what to do
(BPT) - Life is busy for everyone in different ways. Whether your days are filled with studying, parenting, climbing the career ladder or simply living your best life, days can get long and it can …
Biden, Trump, and Pence: how their classified documents scandals are the same (and different)
Stacker investigated the Trump, Biden, and Pence classified document scandals using a variety of news and government sources.  
20 photos of shipwrecks from WWI and WWII
Stacker compiled research from news sites, wreckage databases, and local diving centers to provide context for a series of striking images of WWI and WWII shipwrecks.
How women's rights in the US have been eroded since the last time we celebrated women's history month
Stacker looked at how women's rights in the U.S. have been eroded since the last women's history month.   
Windiest cities in America
Stacker cited data from NOAA to identify the 50 windiest cities in the U.S.
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Battling fake news

(NewsUSA) - From election-season opinion polls to holiday-season parties, “fake news” is everywhere – and the harm goes beyond what’s said on the evening broadcast or the dinner table.The …

Visualizing the Museum of Modern Art's Collection: Demographics of artists at the MoMA

Masterworks combed through data from the Museum of Modern Art to visualize its collection of more than 200,000 works from around the world.

Notable weather events from the year you were born

Each decade and each year within them bear out their own unique weather events. Stacker consulted historical, climatologic, and other news sources to find the most notable weather events each year since the Great Depression.

16 great furniture designers of the last century inspiring today's design trends

Lazzoni Modern Furniture compiled 16 of the most influential furniture designers whose impact endures today.

The Lifecycle of a Raindrop: Why it Matters to You

(NAPSI)—It’s raining hard. You need to get to an important appointment. You’re halfway to your destination when you hit a roadblock. The intersection is flooded, wind gusts have downed …

A look at global humanitarian efforts in the face of earthquakes over the last 22 years

Stacker looked at how the world responded to seven of the largest earthquakes of this century, outlining emergency response efforts and humanitarian aid.

US presidents who only served one term or less, ranked

Stacker analyzed how single-term U.S. presidents compare in the eyes of professional observers of the presidency, using C-SPAN's June 2021 ranking of 44 U.S. presidents.  

From film to AI-powered images: How the photography industry has changed over time

Giggster delved into five different ways the photography industry has shifted over time.

60 historic photos from American military history

From iconic scenes to pictures of unknown soldiers in battle, Stacker looks at 50 historic photos from American military history.

50 famous firsts from presidential history

Using government websites, historical documents, and news articles, Stacker compiled a list of 50 famous firsts from presidential history.

The richest royals in the world

Stacker took a look at the world's richest royals and ranked the top 25 by net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

20 of the richest people who ran for president

Stacker compiled a list of America's 20 richest presidential candidates, using data from Forbes, CelebrityNetWorth.com, and Business Insider.  

25 of the smallest mammals in the world

Stacker compiled a list of 25 of the smallest mammals in the world using AnimalTraits as a reference. All mammals listed have a mass under 1 pound.

Richest race car drivers

With big races just around the corner, Stacker ranked the 25 richest race car drivers based on estimated net worth data from Celebrity Net Worth.  

Who owns some of the most valuable art collections in the world?

Masterworks spotlighted five owners behind the world's most valuable art collections, using general estimates from Forbes and the New York Times.

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