Amid a sit-in, a weeklong hunger strike by a student, and the football team's threat to sit out games—all protests of his handling of complaints about racial harassment on campus—the president of the University of Missouri system resigned today. In other news:
- A free-speech controversy, instigated by an email urging students not to wear racially offensive Halloween costumes, has erupted at Yale.
- An official report says Russia paid more than $1 million in bribes to the world's top track and field officials to cover up evidence of systematic PED use.
- Intelligence officials are increasingly sure that Metrojet Flight 9268 was brought down by a bomb, which may have been planted by an employee at Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh airport.
- And Aung San Suu Kyi may have—may have—finally won the right to form a democratic government in Myanmar.
Have a good day out there.