Like many combat sports athletes, Matt Hamill has retired multiple times only to come back and continue fighting late in their careers. ‘The Hammer’ last fought in the UFC back in 2013, and is still competing now at 40-years of age. After returning from his second retirement, Hamill has competed in various regional events. He was 0-4 in the last few years, until this past weekend when he faced fellow UFC veteran Luiz Cane. It only took 38 seconds for Hamill to get a knockout in their bout in Brazil. Watch the clip below: With the victory, Hamill ended his losing streak and improved his overall record to 13-8. It was his first victory since 2012, back when he was still in the UFC. Before this
Toxicology report revealed no traces of “K2,” or synthetic marijuana - or any other illegal drugs - in Hernandez's system.
This NYU grad student went undercover at an Apple factory in China Friday, 28 Apr 2017 | 3:34 PM ET | 05:08 It's going to take a lot more than concrete and machines to manufacture iPhones in the U.S. CNBC recently spoke with Dejian Zeng, a graduate student at NYU's Wagner School of Public Service, who spent last summer working undercover building iPhones at Pegatron, one of Apple's manufacturing partners. After returning from the trip, which was organized by NYU and China's Labor Watch, Zeng said he's convinced that U.S. workers aren't going to be shuffling into factories to build iPhones any time soon. How exactly does a student at a prestigious U.S. university end up in China, sitting quietly
He was by all accounts brilliant - except for last week, when he tried to pull off a daring stunt that ended his life. A Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate died Wednesday when he fell to his death on campus, as he tried to climb the Great Dome - a time-honored tradition of one-upsmanship at the prestigious Cambridge university, authorities said. Computer programmer Nicholas Paggi - a 2015 MIT grad and a Bayville, New Jersey native - was with roommates who are MIT graduate students when he fell. “He came down the side of one of the roofs, came across the front and slipped going back up the other side,” his mother, Helga Paggi, told CBS in Boston from her home in Toms River, New Jersey.
This can't be a good sign. People don't know much about Jared Kushner other than a few basic facts. For instance, we know that he is married to Ivanka Trump, that he is Jewish, that he currently has a hilarious (and terrifying) amount of White House jobs, and that he was something of a Donald Trump fanboy even before he ever met the guy. This lead to him breaking into the real estate business himself and making high-profile "big deals," for example the purchase of the building at 666 Fifth Avenue that many have noted is currently under a tower of debt larger than the building itself. Like father, like son, amirite? But Jared Kushner now seems to have taken this infatuation with his father-in-law