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Latest Stories Grant Wahl: MLS Cup playoffs picksupdated: Fri Oct 28 2011 11:02:00

Something has clearly gone wrong here on Planet Fútbol. After whiffing on a multitude of predictions over the years, I've somehow turned into Nostradamus so far during the 2011 MLS season, causing me to wonder if I should have visited Vegas and placed a few wagers. (Then again, does anyone know any Vegas sports books that take bets on MLS?)

Inside 'The Road'updated: Wed Nov 18 2009 11:00:00

Cormac McCarthy's novel about a man and his son trying to survive in a postapocalyptic world comes to the big screen.

Waiting for the end of the worldupdated: Wed Nov 18 2009 11:00:00

This is how the world ends -- at least at the multiplex this month. Bryan Armen Graham: Murray's ecstasy, agony on display at SW19updated: Tue Jun 30 2009 17:15:00

Two years are tattooed on the English sports consciousness like scarlet letters of anguish and self-pity. One is 1966, the first and only time the Three Lions hoisted the World Cup. The other is 1937, the last time a British player won at Wimbledon. Stewart Mandel: Clemson's lofty expectations, Cal's quarterback controversy and moreupdated: Wed Jul 23 2008 16:16:00

Forget Danny Sheridan, Nostradamus or the Weather Channel. No set of prognosticators have been more consistently accurate over the years than the sportswriters that cover ACC football. A shot at redemptionupdated: Mon Apr 30 2007 10:59:00

Journalists are supposed to be objective. But come on. We're humans. We're sports fans. Sometimes being objective is difficult.

'Prevail'updated: Mon Jul 10 2006 06:50:00

Heaven or Hell? Or perhaps something else altogether? In the final of a three-part series CNN hears how some scientists believe the future will be neither heaven nor hell. But that humanity's path instead lies somewhere in between --- a scenario author and journalist Joel Garreau has dubbed 'Prevail'.

Fortune: AN EXECUTIVE RISK HANDBOOK updated: Mon Oct 03 2005 00:01:00

The tallest building in New Orleans, 51 evacuated floors of very expensive office space, is known as 1 Shell Square, because Shell Oil has so many of its operations headquartered there. Shell is fa...

Apocalyptic dazeupdated: Wed Mar 24 2004 14:11:00

On October 22, 1844, a man named William Miller gathered his followers -- many of whom had sold all their earthly possessions -- and awaited the end of the world, as he had predicted months earlier.

Money Magazine: Stocks on the Edge Four key indicators give maddeningly mixed signals.updated: Fri Nov 01 2002 00:01:00

Nostradamus, fix your vision! In January 1998, I watched a Wall Street investment strategist "guarantee" to a rapt audience that in five years, the Dow Jones industrial average would surpass 15,000...

FSB: Top Trends Of The New Year The business of predicting the future isn't pretty. We pick ten hot developments anyway.updated: Fri Dec 01 2000 00:01:00

Nostradamus had it easy. He could write cryptic four-line poems and make vague predictions, letting the generations to come debate whether he was a seer or a faker. We here at FSB are held to a hig...

Fortune: Hypester Yardeni is Y2KO'dupdated: Mon Jan 24 2000 00:01:00

For more than two years, Ed Yardeni, Deutsche Bank's chief economist, has been Wall Street's biggest Y2K agitator. His forecast--that Y2K had a 70% chance of causing a global recession this year--a...

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