New York is becoming a cultural center for young women trying to disrupt the male-dominated industries of design engineering and sex toys.
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- Names & Faces: Frank Howard, Brittney Griner
Sunday Jul 30, 2017
Frank Howard The former Washington Senator is no longer the home run king of D.C. after the Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman passed him Sunday with his 238th career homer, all in a Washington uniform. “Ryan Zimmerman — this guy is something very special,” Howard said in a statement. “... If he continues putting these kind of numbers up for another six, eight, 10 years, this young man is going to walk into Cooperstown, N.Y., and into baseball’s Hall of Fame. You want to know how I feel about it? Nobody is happier for him than me.” Howard had 237 of his 382 career home runs with the Senators from 1965-71, including a career-high 48 homers in 1969. and 44 each in ’68 and ’70.
- Trump’s Tough Talk on North Korea Puts Japan’s Leader in Delicate Spot
By JONATHAN SOBLE - Friday Aug 11, 2017
North Korea’s accelerating military advances — and President Trump’s volatile response — could complicate Japan’s close alliance with the United States.
- Listing of the Day: Byron Bay
Friday Jul 7, 2017
The entire estate covers 274 acres of coastal bushland and enjoys a nearly one mile stretch of beach frontage to the Pacific Ocean and Marine National Park
- Trump’s New Magic Number Isn’t 1237; It’s 237
Wednesday Apr 27, 2016
Donald Trump trounced his rivals Tuesday night in five Northeast primary contests. A likely win in New Jersey in June would bring him to 1000 delegates, meaning he’d only need 237 more to win the nomination outright. WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports. Image: Getty
- Byron holds off Menard to win Xfinity Series race at Indy
By Associated Press - Sunday Jul 23, 2017
Byron holds off Menard to win Xfinity Series race at IndyINDIANAPOLIS — William Byron’s first trip to Indianapolis Motor Speedway ended with an unforgettable finish.After taking the lead with 15 laps left, the teenage rookie used some savvy moves and a little luck Saturday to hold off the hard-charging Paul Menard for his third NASCAR Xfinity Series win in less than a month.The margin of 0.108 seconds was the narrowest in race history, and he did it by successfully blocking the 2011 Brickyard 400 winner for the final two laps while dealing with a troublesome tire for the final 20.At 19 years, 7 months, 23 days, Byron became the youngest winner of a major race on Indy’s historic 2.5-mile oval.Byron and the series’ other drivers used restrictor plates, new air ducts and a different splitter in hopes of making the race more competitive than in past years.Dale Earnhardt Jr. defended his wife’s Twitter post — and blamed himself for putting her in a position where she felt she had to speak out.Five days after Amy Earnhardt wrote it wouldn’t be “worth the risk” to see her husband compete in next year’s Clash at Daytona, the 42-year-old driver explained that outsiders don’t understand what the family endured as he recovered from concussion-related symptoms last year.