Formula E 2019: ‘The most competitive championship in the world’

The “Generation 2” cars boast a new, striking design and, with 85% more energy, now drive faster and for longer than ever before. Gone are the car swaps half way through a race, while the races themselves will now take place within a 45-minute time limit. Mitch Evans, a driver for Jaguar, estimates there will…

Working to Ensure the ‘Year of the Woman’ Is More Than Just One Year

More than a month after Election Day, a group of women is still going door to door in and around Atlanta looking for people who do not typically vote. They plan to continue at least until the State Legislature resumes in mid-January, to try to build opposition to restrictive voting laws. After the polls closed…

Why Is Children’s Masturbation Such a Secret?

Talking with adolescents about masturbation can be connected to talking with them about pornography, and about what they may have seen online, where the evidence is that most children have been exposed, often inadvertently, to sexual images. Parents can take the opportunity to communicate their own values, she said, and that means thinking through their…

Raheem Sterling allegedly racially abused: ‘How does this still happen?’ – Patrice Evra

Raheem Sterling was allegedly the victim of racial abuse during Manchester City’s defeat by Chelsea Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has expressed his dismay at the alleged racial abuse suffered by Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling at Chelsea on Saturday. Sterling was allegedly abused during City’s 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea and the…

Slot car racing: You’re never too old to enjoy this pursuit

The ex-navy serviceman, now hard of hearing, is adept at accelerating down the straight, and easing up on corners so that his car doesn’t careen off the grid. But when the inevitable wipe out does happen, it’s never fatal. He simply picks up his plastic electric car and slots it back on the racing track….

MIND: Can We Really Inherit Trauma?

Headlines suggest that the genetic marks of trauma can be passed from one generation to the next. But the evidence, at least in humans, is circumstantial at best. Source link

Women’s World Cup draw: France v. South Korea in 1st match

England has been drawn into a competitively and geographically interesting group: The bronze medalists from last tournament are with 2015 runners-up Japan as well as rival neighbors and Women’s World Cup debutants Scotland. And World No. 1 and defending champion United States has drawn Sweden in the group stage for the fifth straight time —…

UK economy slows as car sales fall

Image copyright Getty Images Growth in the UK’s economy has slowed as car sales fell and the manufacturing sector stalled, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said. The economy grew by 0.4% in the three months to October, slower than the 0.6% in the three months to September. “GDP growth slowed going into the…

Huawei CFO arrest: What it means for US-China trade talks

Meng’s arrest won’t keep the US and China from beginning negotiations, likely next week in Washington. Both sides have much to gain from reopening talks. Trump is under pressure from jittery equity markets and Chinese tariffs on US agricultural products, and Xi is eager to get relief from US tariffs that contribute to a slowing…

The Stories Behind the Supreme Court’s Class Photos

Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh stood in the back row, on the far right, beaming. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, recovering from a fall, sat in front of him, grimacing. Off to her right, Justice Stephen G. Breyer appeared to chuckle at a joke he had just recalled. It was the latest installment of an awkward and…