United States Senate election in Ohio, 1898 (nom) by Wehwalt. The Senate election of 1898 by the legislature in the US state of Ohio saw two Republican factions, one backing incumbent Mark Hanna and the other backing Robert McKisson. Democrats agreed to support McKisson as a means of defeating Hanna, but it was not enough: Hanna won the election with a bare majority, amid allegations of bribery.
U.S. Route 41 Business (Marquette, Michigan) (nom) by Imzadi1979. Business US Highway 41 was a state trunkline highway that served as a business loop in Marquette in the US state of Michigan. The trunkline was decommissioned in 2005. Its target streets had been a part of the state highway system since the 1910s, and the business loop designation dating back to the 1960s was removed in 2005.
Liverpool F.C. in European football (nom) by NapHit. Liverpool Football Club is the most successful British team in Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) competitions. Liverpool first participated in the 1964–65 European Cup. Since then, they have made over thirty appearances and won multiple Champions League, Europa League, and Super Cup titles. Jamie Carragher holds the club record for the most appearances.
Kappa Kappa Psi (nom) by Sycamore. Kappa Kappa Psi is an American college fraternity established in 1919 at the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College in Stillwater, where it remains today. Operating primarily as a recognition society, it is open to band members and provides services, leadership opportunities, and social programs for its members. Members include Bill Clinton, Neil Armstrong, and William Revelli.
Problem of religious language (nom) by ItsZippy. This problem considers the possibility of speaking about God meaningfully if the traditional conceptions of God (incorporeal, infinite, and timeless) are accepted. As these traditional conceptions make God difficult to describe, religious language has the potential to be meaningless. Theories of religious language attempt to demonstrate either the meaningfulness or meaninglessness of religious language.
Marshall Applewhite (nom) by Mark Arsten. Applewhite (1931–1997) was an American religious leader who founded what became known as the American religious group Heaven's Gate and organized their mass suicide in 1997. After a period as a soldier and music teacher, Applewhite developed a close friendship with the nurse Bonnie Nettles. They established Heaven's Gate together, collecting many converts; after Nettles died, Applewhite continued the work alone.
Nine featured lists were promoted this week:
List of Malmö FF chairmen (nom) by Reckless182. The Swedish football club Malmö FF has been led by nine men holding the position of chairman since being established in 1910. The team was most successful under Eric Persson, who was also its longest running chairman.
List of accolades received by Miami Vice (nom) by Grapple X. The American police procedural Miami Vice, broadcast from 1984 to 1990, received 33 award nominations, including 20 Emmy nominations, with a total of 10 wins. Songs and albums from the series also charted internationally.
List of Maya Angelou works (nom) by Figureskatingfan. The American writer Maya Angelou has written six autobiographies, numerous collections of poetry and essays, children's books, screenplays, and dramas. She has also directed, produced spoken word albums, and acted.
Chrisye discography (nom) by Crisco 1492. The Indonesian singer Chrisye recorded more than a hundred works during his 40-year career, including 20 studio albums and 56 singles. Most were well received, and several have been selected as among the best Indonesian albums of all time.
List of The Simpsons guest stars (nom) by Gran2 and Lemonade51. The US animated sitcom The Simpsons has featured 596 guest stars in its 23 years of broadcasting. Several of these have returned to voice the same characters; Phil Hartman made 52 appearances before his death.
Ronald Reagan filmography (nom) by Lionelt (based on content by Happyme22). Before he became president, the American film actor Ronald Reagan starred in numerous feature films, beginning with Love Is on the Air in 1937. When he received fewer film roles beginning in the 1950s, he migrated to television before ultimately retiring in the mid 1960s.
Nickels of the United States (nom) by Wehwalt. The new featured topic contains featured articles on the four incarnations of this American coin, as well as the article on the coin itself. The nickel is a five cent coin first struck in 1866.