Headlines on 2018-10-11

  • Middle school football teams help make student with special needs’ dream come true

    BEREA, Ohio — A 14-year-old boy with autism had a dream day Monday as he was able to score a touchdown in a middle school football game. The sights, sounds and crowds at a middle school football game can sometimes be overwhelming for a child with Autism. That’s why Nick’s moment at the seventh grade football game between Berea-Midpark and North Ridgeville is so special Nick is the team manager for the seventh grade football team at Berea Middle School. As manager, […]

    fox8.com
  • Hazen takes down Federal Way 30-19

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    thenewstribune
  • Australia stocks lower following continued market rout on Wall Street

    Stocks on Wall Street continued to fall for the second day, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping by more than 500 points and the S&P 500 closing below its 200-day moving average.

    CNBC
  • Facebook now lets you post hyper-realistic 3D photos

    Your News Feed is about to get a lot more lifelike. Facebook just began rolling out support for its 3D photos, which make portrait mode images look much more realistic. SEE ALSO: Portal and Portal+ speakers give Facebook a permanent place in your home The feature is possible thanks to the dual-camera setups that have become common on flagship smartphones. With 3D photos, when you post a portrait-style image, Facebook is able to separate the subject of the photo from the background and create a...

    Mashable
  • QUENTIN LETTS reviews I'm Not Running at the Royal National Theatre

    Sian Brooke and Alex Hassell appear in I'm Not Running at the Royal National Theatre, which is the unreal world where London's subsidised theatres ignore what's going on in politics.

    Mail Online
  • Jewish journalists banned from talk featuring John McDonnell until organisers faced backlash

    At least ten people were told they couldn't attend the event in Cricklewood, north-west London in an email. The ban on journalists was lifted but campaigners remained barred from the talk.

    Mail Online