Carter Woodiel, Newsy

Carter Woodiel


Columbia, MO, United States

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Past articles by Carter:

New Deal Means Civilians Can Start Evacuating Aleppo – Again

Buses are reportedly on their way to move thousands of people from the eastern part of the city. Many people were out in the cold for two nights. → Read More

Is a Sub-2-Hour Marathon Possible? Nike And Adidas Think So

Three separate projects aim for success, but there's plenty in the way of a dream race happening anytime soon. → Read More

How Major League Baseball Could Help Make E-Sports More Relevant

BAMTech, owned by MLB Advanced Media, agreed to pay $300 million for the rights to advertise during "League of Legends" broadcasts. → Read More

Will E-sports Be The Next Big Olympic Competition?

It wouldn't be easy to make video gaming the next Olympic sport, but it would add something important to the tradition. → Read More

'Moana' Had One Of The Best Thanksgivings Ever At The Box Office

The film's holiday gross is the second-most ever behind a film we know you've heard of. → Read More

The Fix For Slumping NFL Ratings Might Be Less NFL

The NFL is trying to cut down on "dead time" in broadcasts as ratings struggle. → Read More

What Some In The Sports World Are Saying About Trump's Win

Major sports figures on both sides of the political spectrum have sounded off about the result of the presidential election. → Read More

Making The College Football Playoff Isn't Just About Winning Games

In most sports, win-loss record tells all — not so for college football. → Read More

The FBI Won't Press Charges Over Clinton's New Emails

Director James Comey says there's nothing in the new batch of emails the bureau found that incriminates Clinton. → Read More

The Losing Team's World Series Gear Is Usually Donated; Not This Year

MLB says it's changing its strategy so inaccurate merchandise doesn't show up on eBay. → Read More

Americans Seem To Be More Into Halloween On Election Years

People are spending more money on Halloween than ever this year. Maybe those Trump and Clinton masks have something to do with it. → Read More

Creepy Clowns In Germany Might Get Jail Time

A German official says people wearing clown costumes in the country could spend some time behind bars — potentially up to a year. → Read More

The NFL's New Domestic Violence Policy Didn't Stop Its Latest Scandal

Kicker Josh Brown has admitted to abusing his wife, but the way the league has handled the situation doesn't quite add up. → Read More

A Major Newspaper Just Bucked The Trend And Endorsed Trump

The Las Vegas Review-Journal is the biggest local paper so far to back the GOP nominee. → Read More

No Matter What, A Huge World Series Drought Is Ending

Both the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians have gone more than 50 years without a World Series title. → Read More

The Real Money In College Sports Isn't Made By The NCAA

Wisconsin star Nigel Hayes' recent protest isn't directed only at the NCAA; he's also calling out the conferences that reap football revenue. → Read More

Giants Fans Are Blaming Taylor Swift For Their MLB Playoff Loss

San Francisco Giants fans say their team got bounced from the MLB playoffs because Swift didn't release a new album — which almost makes sense? → Read More

You're Using DEFCON Levels Wrong

Plenty of folks (like CNN's Dana Bash) say DEFCON 5 is the most severe level. Nope. → Read More

That big WikiLeaks release is coming — if you believe this tweet

WikiLeaks is ready to shake up the presidential race this week — if a tweet is to be believed. → Read More

So does Trump's tax maneuvering make him a genius or...

"The man's a genius; he knows how to operate the tax code for the benefit of the people he served," Rudy Giuliani said of Donald Trump on CNN. → Read More