Studies showed early on that kids who went through DARE weren't any less likely to do drugs. Why did schools keep using it?
A tragic case of how poor data analysis can lead to very bad outcomes.
We built a set of tools and services to help companies spread their content marketing.
Which writers and media sites are most popular on the Internet?
You're a founder of one of the .0.0001% of startups that make it to IPO. How much of the company do you still own?
Horse prisons, helicopter chases, and darts full of birth control serum: inside the federal government's wild horse program.
In 1992, a woman sued McDonald's because her coffee was too hot. It's considered a prime example of a greedy lawsuit. But the truth is much more complicated.
We analyzed every data-driven article we've ever written. It turns out there are only 7 types of Priceonomics blog posts.
We analyzed the words in the company descriptions of funded startups. The results suggest social media and mobile apps are on their way out, while healthcare and artificial intelligence are gaining momentum.
In America, pet health insurance is infinitely simpler and easy-to-use than our human health care system.
What do Alexander Hamilton, Harry Potter, and Bayesian Statistics Have in Common?
The history of the Witness Protection Program is full of Hollywood-worthy intrigue. It also challenges our assumptions about crime and identity.
At the Priceonomics Conference, we're bringing together an epic panel of NextDraft, REDEF, and Digg to answer the question: what is interesting?
Though most Americans choose to get married on a Saturday in the warmer months, the popularity of wedding dates are scattered throughout the year and depend on where you live.
How insurance companies can reform American policing.
What are the best cities for dining out if you don't eat meat?