Zhijie Jack Tseng is quoted in Smithsonian about the existence of hyenas in North America between 3 million and 1.5 million years ago.


An op-ed on CNN by Arun Vishwanath about the Yahoo hack says all of us play a role in preventing breaches.


Henry Louis Taylor Jr. says Clinton might not necessarily understand the phrases she uses when it comes to race in The New York Times.


A video on CNBC's Squawk Box interviews Jacob Neiheisel about Monday night's presidential debate.


James Campbell tells ABC News that most convservatives were surprised by how well Trump did in the last debate.


Humans are not perfect and may benefit from using algorithms to supplement their skills, but symptom checkers have limited accuracy, Leslie Bisson tells Reuters.


The Buffalo News reports on UB Curriculum, UB's new general education curriculum that changes the way the university educates its undergrads.


The Wall Street Journal quotes Andrew Stott on the creepy-clown epidemic and the impact the sightings of malevolent clowns are having on clown troupes.


John Leddy tells the Wall Street Journal most children need a couple days of rest after a concussion.


Samantha Barbas says Trump won't follow through in suing the Times because that would open him up to discovery, in The Washington Post.


Jacob Neiheisel appeared live on CNBC's Squawk Box and said the clock is running out for Donald Trump.


USA Today quotes Wendy Quinton about criticism of the Cleveland Indians' use of a Native American mascot.


The Washington Post looks at where money from breast cancer awareness month goes and quotes Charles Lindsey.


Turnout may be impacted by October surprises, James Campbell tells the BBC.


CNBC World interviews Jacob Neiheisel about the impact of the Clinton email scandal.


Mark Bartholomew says the FCC rules do not go far enough and is quoted in the Associated Press.


The Wall Street Journal reports on the wave election, going back to 1960, based on the observation that congressional pickups of the party that wins the presidency are often lost in the following midterm election, according to James Campbell.


The Buffalo News reports on the State of the University address by Satish Tripathi, and notes that UB was described as a university on the rise.