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Lelisa Desisa Wins the New York City Marathon in the Last Miles

By KEN BELSON

The 28-year-old Ethiopian overtook the defending champion, Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya, after a miles-long dogfight through the 26.2-mile course.

Lelisa Desisa Wins the New York City Marathon in the Last Miles

By KEN BELSON

The 28-year-old Ethiopian overtook the defending champion, Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya, after a miles-long dogfight through the 26.2-mile course.

This New York City Marathon Should Be a Great Race

By LINDSAY CROUSE

The field is full of quality, especially in the women’s race, where Americans are among the favorites.

This New York City Marathon Should Be a Great Race

By LINDSAY CROUSE

The field is full of quality, especially in the women’s race, where Americans are among the favorites.

The media’s orchestrated smear of Brett Kavanaugh

By Lisa Boothe

Buried in last week’s news cycle was a revelation that NBC sat on information that would help exonerate Justice Brett Kavanaugh and further discredit one of his accusers Julie Swetnick.

Talk: Lisa Borders Is Ready for the Next Phase of Gender Parity

By Interview by MOLLY LAMBERT

The head of Time’s Up — an organization behind #metoo awareness campaigns — on celebrity activism and bringing women to the table.

W.N.B.A. President Lisa Borders Steps Down for Time’s Up

By HOWARD MEGDAL

During three seasons, Borders has overseen a surge in attendance and TV ratings, and the league’s shift to having a stronger imprint in liberal social causes.

With a Murdoch in Charge, a Start-Up Leads the Way on Mobile Video

By BROOKS BARNES

Vertical Networks, founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, has become a major supplier of app-centric video series that are drawing young viewers on Snapchat, Facebook and YouTube.

Amazon Prime expands in Estonia

By Chris Dziadul

The Estonian operator Elisa has added Amazon Prime Video to its offer.

According to the company, it is now available to Elisa Elamus wireless customers and costs €2.99 for the first six months, rising to €5.99 a month afterwards. To receive the service, they have to connect to the digibox and the go to www.primevideo.com.

Commenting on the development, Sliver Soomre, Elisa’s manger for TV services, said: “From now on, Elisa Elamus wireless users have a unique opportunity to enjoy original series and films from the world’s two best streaming services – Netflix and Amazon Prime Video – right through the digibox”.

As well as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, Elisa is now also offering an online gaming environment on digibox via the AirConsole app.

Nonfiction: The Father of Personal Computing Who Was Also a Terrible Dad

By MELANIE THERNSTROM

With “Small Fry,” Lisa Brennan-Jobs, the first child of Steve Jobs, delivers an eloquent memoir of a childhood steeped in emotional abuse.

Elisa shifts Russian channels

By Chris Dziadul

The Estonian operator Elisa has made changes to its Russian TV channel offer.

In a statement, it says that due to legal action it is no longer able to offer the channels Karusel, Muzyka Pervogo, Vremya, Telekafe, Bober, Dom Kino Premium HD, NTV Serial, NTV Pravo, O! and Poehali as part of the LR, LRK, XLR and XLRK packages, and the Russian thematic package, from September 1.

Instead, viewers can receive the channels in The First Baltic Package, which costs €3.49 this month, rising to €6.99 a month from October onwards.

Additional packages can be viewed or ordered through Elisa’s home self-service or the Elisa Elamus screen.

Elisa shifts Russian channels

By Chris Dziadul

The Estonian operator Elisa has made changes to its Russian TV channel offer.

In a statement, it says that due to legal action it is no longer able to offer the channels Karusel, Muzyka Pervogo, Vremya, Telekafe, Bober, Dom Kino Premium HD, NTV Serial, NTV Pravo, O! and Poehali as part of the LR, LRK, XLR and XLRK packages, and the Russian thematic package, from September 1.

Instead, viewers can receive the channels in The First Baltic Package, which costs €3.49 this month, rising to €6.99 a month from October onwards.

Additional packages can be viewed or ordered through Elisa’s home self-service or the Elisa Elamus screen.

Trilobites: Ancient Burial Pits Reveal Sophisticated Rituals

By KAREN WEINTRAUB

Hundreds of bodies were packed tightly in carved out bedrock, marked by pillars, a sign of organized “monumentality” by some of East Africa’s earliest herders.

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