NYC Subway Attack: Who's Responsible?

In today's link roundup: The latest on the suspect accused of pushing a man onto the train tracks. Plus: Steve Wonder pulls out of Israel concert.

New York Post

Who is the New York City "subway psycho"? The suspect being questioned by cops for pushing a man into the tracks, where he was killed by an oncoming Q train on Monday, is identified as a 30-year-old street vendor from Queens, the New York Post reports. Meanwhile, the Post is being heavily criticized for running a photo of Ki Suk Han just before he was struck.

Cicely Tyson returns to Broadway: The veteran actress will star in a revival this season of Horton Foote's 1953 play, The Trip to Bountiful.

Stevie Wonder pulls out of Israel concert: He'll skip his appearance at the event to raise money for Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces. Why? "I am and have always been against war, any war, anywhere," the singer said in a statement.

Colin Powell on his National Portrait Gallery debut: On Monday a life-size portrait of Powell, commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery, will be placed on public view. The Root DC's Erin Williams spoke to the  former national security adviser, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and secretary of state about the artistic honor, as well as his endorsement of President Obama and his own plans for the future.

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