Using a statistical model to forecast this year’s big awards. And just maybe give you the boost to finally win that Oscar pool.
It’s not you, it’s me. How thinking about ourselves can skew our perceptions.
Movie studios spend millions of dollars to track interest in upcoming films. Could Silicon Valley be Hollywood’s new oracle?
The atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide has passed 400 parts per million for the first time in human existence.
Ever paid 10 dollars for coffee or 9 dollars a gallon for gas? These are the places where that crumpled wad of bills in your pocket won’t buy you squat.
Half of all marriages don’t end in divorce, and men don’t think about sex every seven seconds. Sometimes, what we think we know is dead wrong.
Winning a pool doesn’t mean picking the most likely winners; it means making picks that distinguish you from the pack. Here’s how to find the teams that will win you cash money dollars, not just a high score.
What headlines say about the monthly jobs numbers is actually no more accurate than chance. A BuzzFeed original analysis.
Many of the areas hit hardest by the coming sequester are those with Republican representatives in Congress. A BuzzFeed original analysis.
Using math and science to fleece your friends and coworkers. Nate Silver would be proud.