News in Brief: September 18, 2015
Your mid-afternoon look at news across the web. Whether it's sports, tech or straight news stories, we've rounded up all of the information you need to know to stay informed and part of the conversation.
Today, police identified the young girl known as 'Baby Doe', Kris Jenner spoke out about her relationship with Caitlyn Jenner, scientists reveal a real-life version of the 'Harry Potter' invisibility cloak and the New York Jets unveil a monstrous $50 bagel.
- The young girl the world came to know as "Baby Doe" has been identified with the first name of "Bella". Bella was just shy of 3-years-old when she died, according to posts showing a birthday party on Facebook.
Entertainment: Kris Jenner is unable to say Caitlyn's name
- Kris Jenner has admitted how difficult she's found her ex-husband's transition into a woman. She told Access Hollywood that despite Caitlyn's legal name change, Kris still doesn't refer to her ex-spouse by her new name. Instead "I say 'Jenner.'"
- If you ever hoped an invisibility cloak was a real thing, you will be happy to know that one now exists. Unfortunately, it will only work on something incredibly small, specifically microscopic. According to the scientists involved, the development is potentially scalable, so larger versions may come in the future.
Fans attending New York Jets games at MetLife Stadium this season will be able to get their hands on the 'Jumbo Jet Bagel' which contains ham, chorizo, breakfast sausage, potatoes, fried egg and cheese. All that meaty goodness doesn't come cheap though -- it'll set you back $50!