No, The Decline in Marriage Did Not Increase Inequality
The New York Times' David Leonhardt gets it wrong
January 16, 2015

The New York Times' David Leonhardt gets it wrong.

The Polls Failed to Predict a Republican Landslide. Here's Why.
November 05, 2014

Here's how they mucked it up so badly. 

The Apple Watch Could Spark a Health Care Revolution
The market is already full of amazing health-tracking devices—and now it may become cool to use them
September 10, 2014

This is what the future of medical care looks like

Democrats Have a White Working Class Problem—and Not Just in the South
August 05, 2014

Keeping the White House in 2016 just got a lot more complicated.

Why Didn't the Data Geeks Predict Eric Cantor's Defeat?
June 10, 2014

Nate Silver and his ilk were as surprised by the Tea Party upset as the rest of us.

Selling Your Bulk Online Data Really Means Selling Your Autonomy
Big tech's war on the meaning of life
May 13, 2014

What makes the new, data-heavy advertising so cunning is that it creates the illusion that we're still making autonomous choices

Nobody Blames Doctors for High Medical Costs. That's About to Change.
April 10, 2014

Some ophthalmologists in South Florida aren't happy about this. The rest of us should be.

Who Takes MOOCs?
For online higher education, the devil is in the data

Surprising new data on what's supposed to be the future of higher ed

Exclusive: The Obamacare Error Rate Has Fallen Dramatically
Some perspective on the latest ACA freak-out
December 06, 2013

The latest health-care freak-out is overblown: The problems were fixable—and are getting fixed.