Rachel McKinnon won gold in the 35-39 category sprint at the Masters Track World Championships in Manchester on Saturday. but in the days since she's been receiving 'hate messages' online. Susan Rice says her mom 'smelled a rat' when she went on TV for Hillary Clinton after Benghazi. In her new memoir Tough Love My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For, former National Security Adviser Susan Rice reveals how the 2012 Benghazi scandal took a toll on her life and family. Hes Given Everything C.C. Sabathias Career Ends in Pain. Sabathia, one of the Yankees most respected veterans, walked off the mound for the final time in less-than-ideal circumstances with an injured arm during a dreary postseason loss. An Inspector Calls... A review of The Newt in Somerset. The Inspector checked into The Newt in Somerset, which is set in 800 acres containing 460 apple trees, bathing ponds and wild flower meadows. Matthew Wong, Painter on Cusp of Fame, Dies at 35. Mr. Wong, who had Tourettes syndrome and depression, drew wide acclaim for his first solo show in New York just last year.
Ancient Mayans created their own 'climate change' 1,800 years ago. Researchers from the University of Texas have used aerial scans and images of land in Belize to find Mayan farmers produced methane and CO2 by expanding wetlands.
Test Your Economic Literacy. Some sample questions (and answers) from tests on economic fundamentals for high-school seniors, a group whose performance changed little from 2006 to 2012. Drug dealer dad sent his nine-year-old son to school with METH in his lunch bag. A 'low level street dealer' who sent his son to school with the drug ice in his lunch order bag has avoided further jail time. Ariana Koblitz, Robert Nicolais. The bride is an experience designer for New York Life; the groom teaches at University Prep Charter High School. Andrew Yang Knows How to Fit in. Somehow Thats Making Him an Outlier. Yang has a habit of gently playing down his race. In this Democratic primary, thats coming across as a bolder choice than it used to.
The Best New Comedy Specials to Stream Right Now. Jenny Slate, Nikki Glaser, Bill Burr and Jaboukie Young-White have new shows that will make you chuckle, sigh or laugh out loud. When We Laugh at Nazis, Maybe the Jokes on Us. More than a half-century after Mel Brooks made The Producers, mocking Hitler isnt what it used to be. Argentine Malbecs, With an Eye Toward Terroir. This category of wine has become the generic red of bars and restaurants. But what can it be when made with careful, conscientious intent? The Roots of Activism in New York City. The Museum of New York City chronicles movements that go back nearly 400 years.
New in Paperback Bowlaway and Heart. Six new paperbacks to check out this week. US troops 'cannot stay in Iraq' after leaving Syria, military says. Iraqi military officials have said US troops leaving Syria and heading to Iraq do not have permission to stay in the country. Chip and Joanna Gaines unveil new docuseries about touring husband-and-wife folk duo. The folk duo consist of Abner Ramirez and his wife Amanda Sudano, who have four-year-old son Joaquin and daughter Luna, one, together. Extended cut Carly Simon opens up about special bond with Jackie O. In this extended interview with NBCs Cynthia McFadden, music legend Carly Simon shares intimate details about her friendship with Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Simon opens up about forging a unique bond with the former first lady in her new book, Touched by the Sun My Friendship with Jackie. What Are We Supposed to Think About Shrimp? Americans eat more shrimp than ever before. But a cloud hangs over much of the global industry that produces it, with questions about labor practices and sustainability. Why the Indian protests were not a surprise. Nov. 14 - Tulsi Tanti, the chairman and managing director of Suzlon Energy, sits down with Chrystia Freeland to discuss the Anna Hazare movement in India, and why protests like this are not surprising in emerging economies. 2 UConn students arrested for racial slurs. Police arrested two students at the University of Connecticut and charged them with violating a state hate crime statute after they allegedly spouted racial slurs on campus. Zachary Goelman reports. Agent Group Solicits Donations to Sue FIFA Over Transfer Limits. A series of rules changes would restrict the money sometimes tens of millions of dollars in a single deal that agents can earn when players switch teams. New method of making lab-grown meat spins gelatin fibers like cotton candy for realistic texture. Much like its cotton candy-creating kin, the machine spins at high speeds - 30,000 rotations per minute - to create a type of gelatin scaffold on which animal cells can grow and become a type of tissue.