The Philadelphia 76ers' Ben Simmons has opened up on the incident at Melbourne's Crown Casino where he suggested he was subject to racial profiling by security staff. CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews Catching Britain's Killers The Crimes That Changed Us. It was a surprise to discover on Catching Britain's Killers that one specific case, largely forgotten today, made it mandatory for all police interviews to be recorded. A 40-year-old Painting on Gun Violence Takes on New Meaning. Charles Whites painting is expected to bring a price of more than $1 million at Christies New York. A woman read 'The Secret Garden' as a child, then gave it away. She just found her old book in a museum. Like many British children, Zoe Andrews and her sister Hannah loved "The Secret Garden," the 1911 classic novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Mexican Grand Prix 2019 Race date and time plus how Lewis Hamilton can win F1 title this weekend. Lewis Hamilton comes into the Mexican Grand Prix with the F1 Drivers Championship in his grasp at Mexico City should teammate Bottas not show a repeat from his Japanese GP win. Apple to debut a new TV show tackling MeToo. Apple is jumping into the streaming video wars with a series that explores accusations of sexual misconduct at a fictional morning television news show, a story that tackles issues brought to life over the past two years of the MeToo movement. NASA engineer proposes controversial fuel-less engine that 'violates the laws of physics'. NASA engineer designs helical engine that producing a thrust up to 99 percent the speed of light without breaking Einstein's theory of relativity, but breaches Newton's law of motion. W.H.O. Continues Emergency Status for Ebola Outbreak in Congo. New cases are down to 15 a week from a high of 128 in April, but outbreaks are still popping up in remote and dangerous mining areas. Mum bakes delicious apple tea cakes using two Woolworths ingredients worth $4.25. A savvy mother who made two apple tea cakes using two basic Woolworths ingredients worth $4.25 has seen her baking praised by thousands online. Women Should Be Warned of Breast Implant Hazards, F.D.A. Says. The agency proposed that surgeons discuss the risks with patients and that manufacturers print bold warnings on the device packaging. US vaping death toll hits 30 Two more people have died in Minnesota. With the addition of two confirmed deaths in Minnesota this week, the state's vaping death toll has hit three. Nationwide, 30 have died and 1,300 are ill as health officials search for a cause. British and US scientists in 55m bid to detect cancers before tumours even appear. A ground-breaking tie-up between leading researchers in Britain and the US aims to detect the disease before it even appears in the body - saving millions of lives. A Church Service Inspired by Beyonc, No Halo Required. The Beyonc Mass explores how issues of race and gender impact the lives, voices and bodies of black women. (Its not, however, about worshiping Beyonc.). Ecuador extends curfews after violent protests. Ecuador's military has extended curfews and transit restrictions throughout the country following more than a week of violent protests. Early humans travelled to Greek islands tens of thousands of years earlier than believed. Archaeologists led fromCanada's McMaster University have been working on Naxos since 2013, excavating up stone tools in a quarry called Stelida on the northwest coast of the island. NASA joins forces with alien hunters to search life on exoplanets. NASA has teamed up with SETI scientists to scan hundreds of the nearest exoplanets in search of 'technosignatures' that indicate the distant world may be home to an advanced civilization. Judge Judy says Mike Bloomberg run is the 'only way we can begin to come together'. TV's Judge Judy Sheindlin is calling for former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to run for president to provide 'healing' after President Donald Trump. Argentinian airline boots British trainee teacher, 20, off 200 internal flight. Trainee teacher Meleri Williams, 20, was boarding a flight from Buenos Aires when she told staff about her allergy as she normally does on jet flights. MoMAs Art Treasure, No Longer Buried. The riches of the collection extend to its inaugural exhibitions. Give the curators an A+ for effort and wait. This is just the beginning. Bahrain raises $2 billion with first dollar bond issue since bailout. Bahrain raised $2 billion with its first issue of U.S. dollar bonds since it obtained a $10 billion bailout from its Gulf allies last year to avert a credit crunch. 50% European food has too much sugar, salt or fat for children. Researchers looked at nearly 3,000 breakfast cereals, yoghurts, ready meals and processed meats and seafood on supermarket shelves in 20 EU countries. PTSD tied to higher, earlier stroke risk. (Reuters Health) - Young adults who develop PTSD may be more likely to have a stroke by the time they are middle aged, a study of U.S. veterans suggests. Margot Robbie, Miranda Kerr and Kayla Itsines The Australian women topping the Young Rich List. Actress Margot Robbie, model Miranda Kerr and fitness queenKayla Itsines are the most famous among them. The richest of them all, with a fortune of $1.3billion, is 33-year-old Melanie Perkins. Sweden's wind power to surpass nuclear this year -lobby. Sweden is set to have more wind power capacity than nuclear this year, Swedish wind energy association Svensk Vindenergi estimated on Thursday.