USAA Survey Shows Inflation Is Affecting Spending

(NewsUSA) - Inflation is top-of-mind for most Americans, as a majority say that they have reduced household spending in many areas except when it comes to retirement savings and life …
Protecting Your Money

Three Fraud Prevention Tips

(NAPSI)—Since government pandemic assistance programs have largely come to an end, fraudsters have turned their attention back to developing increasingly clever ways to trick you into giving them …

Updated Vaccines: How To Update Your Protection Against COVID This Fall

From the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—“Been there, done that.” People are feeling like they’ve heard enough about COVID-19. But staying on top of the …

Updated Vaccines: How To Update Your Protection Against COVID This Fall

From the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—“Been there, done that.” People are feeling like they’ve heard enough about COVID-19. But staying on top of the …

Recognizing urgent pregnancy-related warning signs

(BPT) - By Wanda Barfield, MD, MPH, RADM USPHSDirector of the Division of Reproductive Health, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionFar too often, pregnant and postpartum people in the United …
Updated Vaccines: How To Update Your Protection Against COVID This Fall
From the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—“Been there, done that.” People are feeling like they’ve heard enough about COVID-19. But staying on top of the …
Updated Vaccines: How To Update Your Protection Against COVID This Fall
From the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—“Been there, done that.” People are feeling like they’ve heard enough about COVID-19. But staying on top of the …
These are the groups behind some of the biggest cybercrimes
Using sources including the U.S. government and the Council on Foreign Relations, Twingate has compiled a list of eight notorious hacking groups around the world.
5 of the wildest celebrity parties of the last decade
Celebrities sure know how to party. Want proof? Giggster looked into the most lavish parties of the 2010s and highlighted five for the ages.
COVID-19 changed how we eat out—here are the trends that are here to stay
COVID-19 changed how people eat out, and some of those trends are likely to be permanent. Task Group provides a look at the benefits and drawbacks the restaurant industry continues to experience as a result of the pandemic.
What hurricane season was like the year you were born
Using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Stacker summarized the last 100 hurricane seasons in the Atlantic Basin. Read on to learn which years and storms broke records over the last century.
Comprehensive sex education matters. Here's what the data shows
Stacker cited data from SIECUS, the Guttmacher Institute, the U.S. Census Bureau, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to visualize how sex education relates to different health outcomes and aspects of daily life.
These animal climate heroes restore habitats and revive ecosystems
Stacker compiled a list of 10 animals from diverse environments, outlining how each helps sustain its ecosystem.
Had a safe flight? Innovation in American commercial aerospace drives the way.
(BPT) - As Labor Day marked the traditional end of summer, it is no secret this year’s travel season was quite the bumpy ride. Travel was up as Americans took to the skies again. In fact, the …
6 tips for eating more mindfully
Thistle compiled six tips for eating more mindfully from a variety of experts and news sources.

Timeline of Jewish history in the US

Stacker compiled a list of important events in American Jewish communities since the 14th century based on historical accounts, news, and government records.

Former jobs of the governor of every state

Stacker analyzed the former roles of every current governor in America.

Jewish holiday recipes for everyone to try

Stacker compiled a list of 15 global Jewish holiday recipes and their histories from, news reports, Jewish historical sites, and Jewish recipe developers.

How to become a poll worker—and other ways to encourage voting

Stacker compiled information from government agencies and voting rights organizations on how you can become a poll worker, and various other resources to encourage and empower voting

Could you pass the U.S. citizenship test?

There are 100 questions on the civics section of the U.S. citizenship test. Applicants are asked ten of those questions orally and must answer at least six of them correctly. Stacker compiled a list of the test's questions and answers; can you answer them all correctly?  

Former world leaders who were prosecuted after leaving office

Stacker referenced news coverage and legal documents to compile a list of former leaders who were prosecuted after leaving office. Read on to learn about what they were charged with and the sentences they received.   
3 reasons why young adults should invest in a life insurance policy
(BPT) - Life insurance is for people of all ages, not just parents and grandparents. While life insurance needs vary by age and stage of life, it's a good idea to invest in a life insurance plan …
Nationwide Noise Increases Around Flight Troubles
(BPT) - Over the past several weeks, media across the country continue to offer ample coverage of the ongoing difficulties of anyone attempting to travel by flight. The threat of delays and …
Rise to the Occasion: New Short Film Celebrates Stories of Resilient Women [Video]
(BPT) - Women have shaped — and made — history through resilience. Stacy’s® Pita Chips, a woman-founded brand dedicated to helping women rise, believes that we must celebrate women’s strength in the face of adversity and recognize the triumphs of those who came before us.
With Back to School Comes Back to Sleep
(BPT) - The start of the new school year is the perfect time to renew habits that keep students happy and healthy — including sleep. Unfortunately, many children and teens don't get the amount …
Spouting off tips to avoid water waste
(BPT) - Drought conditions persist in the Western United States, leading lawmakers to enact measures designed to reduce water consumption by residents. Homeowners are now having to make significant …
Follow these steps for the best results
(BPT) - As the temperatures start to drop, you know it’s getting to be that time again — pool closing time. If you live in an area that sees snow and freezing temperatures, it’s …
Rethinking Drinking When Alcohol Is Everywhere
(BPT) - Sponsored by Alkermes, Inc.By Michelle Smith, alcohol-free since 2016 and founder of Recovery is the New Black“This cocktail’s on me,” the flight attendant whispered with a …
Surprising finds: Delicious and unexpected cocktail ideas courtesy of Brazil
(BPT) - Are you on the lookout for fresh new drinks to enjoy while taking advantage of some of the last long evenings of summer and early fall? As part of this year’s search for the next …
Understanding Addiction to Support Recovery
(BPT) - September is National Recovery Month, an opportunity to promote and support treatment and recovery practices. To stop drug overdoses and raise awareness about addiction and recovery, the …
Avoid becoming a victim of new account fraud online
(BPT) - How many things do you get done online in a day? From banking, gaming, shopping, dating, fitness, social media and more, the digital landscape broadens your world in many useful and …

3 Ways to Include Your Pup in Game Day

(Family Features) Pet parents aren't the only ones excited for game days. Dogs can get in on the action, too, with these tips.
Savor Summer’s End with Chilean Lemons
(NewsUSA) - Summer may be winding down, but it’s not over. Even as vacations end and school begins, summer weather and outdoor entertaining and activities linger into October in many places. …
Toys for Tots Continues to DoGoodNow with “Christmas in July”
(NewsUSA) - Marine Toys for Tots is the Nation’s flagship children’s Christmastime charity, but the Program offers more than holiday hope. Marine Toys for Tots has expanded its reach to help …
Stay Smart When Using OTC Pain Medicines
(NewsUSA) - In the wake of the ongoing pandemic, a majority of Americans report pain, but most are smart about safety when it comes to pain relief, including products with acetaminophen, a …
Cash Back Credit Cards Help Curb Inflation
(NewsUSA) - Whether you are at the gas pump, the grocery store or even shopping online, the higher prices resulting from the current state of inflation are hitting everyone hard. Fortunately, smart …
BookTrib’s Bites: A Wide Selection of Exciting Summer Reads
(NewsUSA) -   “Free the Animals – 30th Anniversary Edition” by Ingrid Newkirk        Oliver Stone calls “Free the Animals” “a moving story about extreme cruelty and extreme …
BookTrib’s Bites: Stock Up on Some Great Summer Reading Choices
(NewsUSA) - ­­­­ “Iris in the Dark” by Elissa Grossell Dickey        A single mother faces her worst fear -- the past -- in a provocative novel of suspense by the author of …
BookTrib's Bites: Children, Romance, Corporate Politics, Legacies
(NewsUSA) -   “For the Love of Buddy” by Dyanna Morrison        “For the Love of Buddy” is a whimsical and heartfelt, true tale that highlights the journey of a girl and her …
Blockchain for A Greener Future: What You Need to Know
Cryptocurrency, NFT, Web 3.0; these buzzwords have gained popularity in recent years. But what do all these terms have in common? They all have the same underlying technology, blockchain.
BookTrib’s Bites: Crime, Romance, Comedy, Passion, Investigations
(NewsUSA) -   “Almost a Serial Killer” by Margaret Lashley        She took a stab at stardom. It stabbed back.   “The Golden Girls” meets “Married to the Mob” in this …
BookTrib’s Bites: Four More Intriguing Journeys in the World of Books
(NewsUSA) - BookBites is presented by ­­­­“Antithesis” by Svet Rouskov        A collection of vivid and exhilarating science fiction stories, tied together by …
Ecommerce News: Turning Passion to Profit
(NewsUSA) - Have you ever shopped at someone’s personal online store and thought, “I could do that”? In the wake of the pandemic, more people are reinventing their work lives and choosing to …
5 Strategies for LGBTQ+ Couples to Meet Their Financial Goals
(NewsUSA) - Making sense of your personal finances can feel overwhelming for anyone, but for LGBTQ+ couples, financial planning can be particularly complex. A patchwork of state and federal policies …
Toys for Tots Reaches Children in Need Year-Round
(NewsUSA) - Most people think of Marine Toys for Tots as the flagship Children’s Christmastime charity, but it is much more. The organization continues to seek more ways to support children in need …
Top Tips for Healthy Nails
(NewsUSA) - When was the last time you thought about the health of your nails? In fact, healthy nails are not only attractive, but they are also important to overall health.      Nails can even …
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The history of voting in the United States
Stacker examined how voting rights have evolved in America, how much has been accomplished, and how much remains to be done.
States with the lowest voter turnout last midterm cycle
Stacker examined U.S. Census data to find which states had the lowest voter turnout in the 2018 midterm elections.
What makes people vote? What data and experts say
As part of a project called Democracy Day, Stacker conducted research and spoke with experts to better understand why people vote.  
Nearly half of fatal car accidents in 2020 happened at night—understanding the factors at play
Why do more car crashes happen at night? Staver Accident Injury Lawyers used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to examine the complex web of factors at play.
How humans have sent each other money throughout history
Stacker compiled 10 technologies that people have used to send money through history, from the earliest checks to peer-to-peer cash apps.
Debunking common monkeypox myths
Stacker compiled a list of myths about monkeypox and investigated their viability using news, scientific, and government reports.
From New College to King's College: Do you recognize the original names of the Ivy League universities?
Since opening between 1636 and 1865, several of the eight prestigious Ivy League schools have been renamed. College Ave examined historical documents and timelines of the Ivy League universities to compile a list of their original names when they were founded.
Stories behind the Trail of Tears for every state it passed through
Stacker compiled a list of stories behind the Trail of Tears for each of the nine states it passed through based on news, tribal histories, and government reports.
Your guide to the Bill of Rights and other constitutional amendments
Stacker compiled a look at all 27 amendments to America's governing document, the Constitution.
How veterans' employment compares to the rest of the population
Stacker cited data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to visualize how veterans' employment compares to the rest of the population.
How the world changed during Queen Elizabeth's reign
Stacker examined how the world changed during Queen Elizabeth's 70 year reign. 
6 most common causes of traumatic brain injuries
Traumatic brain injuries are caused by an external force that injures the brain. Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC looked at a CDC report on traumatic brain injuries, which used 2017 surveillance data to pull insights and trends about TBI-related hospitalizations in the U.S.  
What's in a name? How naming rights deals impact the professional sports venue landscape
With the recent naming upheavals impacting the 2022 NFL season, Stacker set out to bring into focus the picture of the naming rights landscape across all professional sports.
Don’t Let Flu Season Sneak Up On You
(NAPSI)—Get the facts, not the flu. For many people, the start of fall means busier schedules and longer to-do lists, but you shouldn’t let your annual flu shot fall to the bottom of that …
Most Emmy wins of all time
Stacker ranks the top 25 television shows with the most Emmy wins of all time as documented on the Emmy database. Read on to find out which spinoff bested the original show, and which sketch comedy took the top slot.
One-third of food produced in the US goes to waste—here's how that impacts the environment
OhmConnect cited data from the November 2021 EPA publication From Farm to Kitchen: The Environmental Impacts of U.S. Food Waste to look at the environmental impact of the wasted food, as well as the resources wasted in the lost food's production.
10 meals you can prep ahead to last the whole week compiled a list of recipes for prepared meals that can be made in bulk to last the whole week.
How much time the average American spends on chores
American Home Shield reviewed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' 2021 American Time Use Survey to see how much time the average American spends on daily chores.
Monkeypox vaccine in the US: What public health experts know so far—and what they don't
Stacker compiled a list of frequently asked questions about the currently available monkeypox vaccine from governments, scientific sources, and health experts.   
How 4 common milk alternatives compare in nutrition
Curated evaluated the nutritional benefits and drawbacks of popular nondairy milks compared to regular cow's milk.  
What steps some states have taken to provide reparations for Black Americans
Stacker explored the steps some states are taking to make amends for racial injustices and inequality against Black Americans.
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.
Handball, jai alai and other activities that burn a lot of calories
Gigacalculator used data from the Wisconsin Department of Health to determine which activities burn the most calories.
A state-by-state breakdown of crashes involving large trucks
Which states had the most fatal accidents involving large trucks in 2020? Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to find out.
10 plant-based, kid-friendly snacks for back-to-school season
Kick off the back-to-school season with these tasty and healthy plant-based snacks for your children, compiled by Thistle.
Surgeon shares heartfelt coping tips for doctors, caregivers and patients
(BPT) - Anyone facing a medical challenge experiences many difficulties — and the journey that patients, families and even healthcare providers go through is not just physical, but emotional. To …
How student loan debt has increased over time
To illustrate how student loan debt has grown compared to other forms of debt, Experian analyzed data collected from student loan holders nationwide as well as government data dating back to 2009.
10 states most at risk for malware attacks
Using SonicWall data, Beyond Identity highlights the 10 states with the most attempted malware attacks.  
How your tires can help you save half a gallon of fuel per fill-up
(BPT) - As gas prices soar this summer, travelers and commuters are looking for ways to safeguard their wallets and drive as efficiently as possible. By changing their driving practices and choosing …
3 easy ways to enjoy living color in your outdoor space this fall
(BPT) - As temperatures drop and seasons turn, that doesn't mean you have to give up on the vivid blooms you love so much in your yard. …