By Alex Fitzpatrick
January 14, 2016

Wikipedia, the Internet’s crowdsourced encyclopedia, celebrates its 15th birthday Friday. To mark the occasion, the site has published a list of the 15 most heavily edited English-language articles.

From President George W. Bush to the Catholic Church, these are some of the most contentious pages on the site:

  1. George W. Bush (45,862)
  2. List of WWE personnel (42,863)
  3. United States (35,742)
  4. Wikipedia (33,958)
  5. Michael Jackson (28,152)
  6. Jesus (28,084)
  7. Catholic Church (26,421)
  8. List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN (25,188)
  9. Barack Obama (24,708)
  10. Adolf Hitler (24,612)
  11. Britney Spears (23,802)
  12. World War II (23,739)
  13. Deaths in 2013 (22,529)
  14. The Beatles (22,399)
  15. India (22,271)

Write to Alex Fitzpatrick at alex.fitzpatrick@time.com.

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