The investigation by the Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee found that the disaster was caused by systemic design flaws in the jet that were compounded by flight crew lapses. Police fire shots to stop armed man driving stolen ambulance in Oslo. An armed man who stole an ambulance and hit several people was arrested Tuesday in Oslo, Norway, local police said. At New York City Ballet, the Good, the Bad and the Ruby. Our critic highlights important partnerships and debuts of the season. The crown jewel? Mira Nadon in Rubies. Britain's concrete cartel Three building firms in the mix as regulator dishes out 36m fine. Three firms 'agreed to fix or coordinate their prices, shared the market by allocating customers and regularly exchanged competitively sensitive information'. For Some Horror Writers, Nothing Is Scarier Than a Changing Planet. While literary fiction often sidesteps the climate crisis, eco-horror is filling the breach. Spieth and McIlroy wary of using hemp and CBD products. Jordan Spieth thinks hemp oils and creams can help professional golfers with their aches and pains but is concerned that lack of regulation of the products could lead to a player failing a drug test. The crowded race of self-driving startups. The race among start ups to win the self driving car billions is heating up and the field is crowded with 75 of them in Silicon Valley alone and more than 240 around the world. A Paris Colony for Exiled Artists Needs a New Home. LAtelier des Artistes en Exile offers services and work spaces to artists who have fled war, poverty and oppression. Tropical Storm Nestor Leaves Path of Destruction in Florida. A string of tornadoes, some with winds of 120 miles per hour, uprooted trees, overturned vehicles and ripped off roofs. As a film about the 2008 Mumbai hotel attack is released, survivors tell their devastating tales. On November 26, 2008 ten Jihadis pledging allegiance to Lashkar-e-Taiba, an Islamic terrorist group based in Pakistan, carried out a series of attacks across Mumbai. Boeing gets nod to test new 787 battery, wins big 737 order. Boeing Co won approval from U.S. transport regulators on Tuesday to start testing a redesigned battery for the 787 Dreamliner, putting it one step closer to getting the troubled airplane back into regular service. Slovan Bratislava boss Jan Kozak apologises to Wolves fans after giving 21,000 tickets to children. Slovan Bratislava boss Jan Kozak has apologised to Wolves fans unable to watch their Europa League clash after the club exploited a Uefa loophole and gifted 21,000 tickets to children.
Unspeakable Acts Revisits a Pivotal Moment in the Art Worlds Treatment of Sexual Violence. Nancy Princenthals new book is about how women in the 1970s took an experience that had been artistically mined by men for millenniums and found ways to convey it in their own terms. How to Invest When the Market Cant Make Up Its Mind. The Federal Reserves rate cuts have buoyed stocks, but the economy shows signs of a slowdown. What should an investor do? Donald Trump tells his supporters 'don't hurt them please' amid protests at Pittsburgh conference. President Trump was speaking at the Shale Insight Conference in Pittsburgh last night when he berated demonstrators. He told the protesters to 'go home to mom' as one was being led out.