Battling for a fantasy playoff spot? Try these WR options

The clock is ticking. And, for some, Week 10 could be your last chance to push your way into the fantasy playoffs. If you’re sitting comfortably atop your standings or have one of those delicious 7-2 or 6-3 records, winning is more about improving your seeding in the playoffs. If you find yourself on the…

Betsy Wolfe cut from ‘Carousel’ over money dispute

A theater source tells Page Six, “The real reason is that she was announced to be a part of the production before her contract was signed, and they couldn’t come to terms on money.”

Betsy Wolfe cut from ‘Carousel’ over money dispute

A theater source tells Page Six, “The real reason is that she was announced to be a part of the production before her contract was signed, and they couldn’t come to terms on money.”

Kyrie Irving exits and won’t return after taking elbow to face

BOSTON — Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving has left their game against the Hornets after taking an elbow to the face. Boston center Aron Baynes’ elbow inadvertently struck Irving in the face when he was landing after a rebound attempt at the 10:10 mark of the first quarter Friday night. Irving fell to the floor…

Two telling ways to address a teacher shortage

A new study by Stanford’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) comparing academic achievement in traditional public schools (TPS), charter management organizations and independent charters in New York found charters generally superior to their traditional cousins, with charter elementary-school students outperforming traditional public-school students in reading and math. The gains for independent charter schools…

Driver hits two kids, slams into Queens home

A crazed driver struck two kids in Queens before ramming her car into a house, cops said. The 35-year-old driver swerved her yellow Ford Mustang into two children — ages 2 and 6 — in Jamaica at around 3:15 p.m., according to police. Both children suffered minor injuries, and no one inside the house was…

The end of the Bill de Blasio-Louis C.K. bromance

At least Mayor de Blasio is learning: City Hall greeted Thursday’s news about his buddy Louis C.K. with demands that the comedian explain himself. That’s far better than de Blasio’s reaction to word of then-Speaker Shelly Silver’s indictment for corruption, when the mayor called him “a man of integrity.” On Friday, C.K. finally owned up…

Why is the problem-plagued MTA wasting energy on PC etiquette?

You’d think the “Summer of Hell” would leave the MTA focusing on its real problems, not on updating announcement etiquette. But no: The agency is busy ensuring that all subway personnel stop addressing riders as “ladies and gentlemen.” The theory is that this is hurtful to New Yorkers who identify as neither male nor female…

Soldier killed in Niger may have been bound and executed

A US soldier killed during an ambush in Niger was discovered by villagers with his arms bound and a large wound to the back of his head, a report said Friday. The remains of Sgt. La David Johnson, who died in the Oct. ambush in the African country, suggested that he may have been executed…

Runaway girl dies in murder-suicide after suspect calls crisis hotline

A runaway teen in Oregon was found dead in a murder-suicide days after the suspect called a crisis line, police said. Portland Police announced that 15-year-old Annieka Vaughan and 23-year-old Zachary Petersen were the bodies discovered Wednesday in Forest Park. Authorities determined from the investigation that Peterson fatally shot Vaughan before turning the gun on…