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Why Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight blog is wrong a...
FiveThirtyEight is a blog created by
, a famous statistician who developed a system for forecasting player performance in Major League Baseball and accurately predicted the winner of 49 out...
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The EFF and the Terrible Twos
OPINION: The EFF and the Terrible Twos Julius Malema,EFF,Economic Freedom Fighters Richard Poplak says the EFF has celebrated an anniversary, but does it come of age? Most two-year olds spend their...
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Trump surges to top of GOP polls, but for how lon...
What's This?Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks to reporters before addressing the Republican Party of Arkansas Reagan Rockefeller dinner in Hot Springs, Ark., Friday, July 17,...
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Hillary’s Howard Dean problem
Buzz Cut: • Hillary’s Howard Dean problem • Obama’s imperial press conference • Take Five: Keystone to a Senate flip? • Is a Trump-Cruz pact taking shape? • Oh, deer HILLARY’S HOWARD DEAN...
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Texas secessionists kick off statewide speaking t...
If Texas ever regained its independence, see what it would look like. After... According to the 1845 Joint Resolution for Annexing Texas, we can divide ourselves into five different states if we...
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What your name says about your age
When you think of someone with the name Tiffany or Jennifer, you probably think of an ‘80s baby, but the names Doris and Darlene bring to mind different images altogether. Your name can give great...
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Time to play hardball: Jerry Sullivan’s 25th anni...
Welcome to the party, trivia fans. It’s the 25th anniversary of my annual baseball quiz. Who knew it would last this long? What sort of sick person would subject his readers to this sort of mental...
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GolfDigest.com Editors' Roundtable: 2015 British ...
Sam Weinman, Digital Editor, GolfDigest.com: Welcome, everyone, to a special GolfDigest.com British Open roundtable, where our esteemed panel looks to touch on some of the many story lines in advance...
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Why Bernie Sanders' Surge Is Going to Fizzle
... Bernie Sanders has been getting a lot of glowing press lately because of his strong showing so far as a challenger to Hillary Clinton. But the Vermont senator better enjoy it while it lasts, which...
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Why The Polls In Greece Got It Wrong
To be fair, polls on the referendum faced an unusually high degree of difficulty. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called for the special vote just eight days before it occurred. In between, Greece...
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7.8 to Labor –
It’s been an interesting week in opinion polling on a number of fronts, with the Galaxy-conducted Newspoll series making its debut in The Australian, and big shifts emerging in the first leadership...
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Jason Whitlock and the Messy Saga of ESPN’s ‘Blac...
Jason Whitlock.Photo: Lou Rocco/ESPN In the ESPN solar system, the network’s Bristol, Connecticut, headquarters is the sun, which makes its Los Angeles office something like Pluto — many miles away,...
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USA women's soccer stands on its own merit
SALT LAKE CITY — Twenty-five years ago, U.S. women’s soccer had two major hurdles to clear. The first was soccer itself. Who in America cared about that? Second, it was women’s soccer. That wasn’t a...
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Faint Praise, Indeed, for Active Management
... Loser's Game" argued that investment success lies not in hitting the most winners, as it's very difficult to strike winners while competing against hordes of other informed investors, but rather...
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