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  2. This year's highest-priced iPhone models use premium materials and have a brighter screen. But the real benefit is that three-lens camera. View the full article
  3. Karen Navarra was a quiet woman in her sixties who lived alone. She was found beaten to death. The neighbors didn't see anything. But her Fitbit did. View the full article
  4. It’s not the best iPhone you can buy, but it’s an excellent phone for the price. View the full article
  5. A 2013 Phoenix law that adds "sexual orientation, gender identity or expression" to the city's nondiscrimination ordinance violated the freedom of speech and religious beliefs of two business owners, the Arizona Supreme Court said in a 4-3 ruling Monday. View the full article
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  7. FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.– A woman is facing charges after driving to the police station while intoxicated to pick up her boyfriend who had already been arrested for DUI. Kristen Robbins, 30, is facing DUI charges for her role in the incident. On September 12, police say that Robbins came to the Chambersburg Police Station to pick up her boyfriend who had been arrested for DUI. Upon arrival, police found that Robbins was intoxicated. Further investigation revealed that Robbins had driven near the area of the station, and parked her vehicle along Central Avenue in Chambersburg before walking inside. She was arrested for DUI, and will now face charges. View the full article
  8. An explosion has caused a fire at a Russian biological research facility that's one of only two centers in the world known for housing samples of the smallpox virus. View the full article
  9. Doreen St. Félix writes on “Midnight Traveler,” by Hassan Fazili, which documents his family’s flight from the Taliban, in the course of three years, from Afghanistan to Germany. View the full article
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    Thomas McGuane Reads “Wide Spot”

    Deborah Treisman hosts the author Thomas McGuane, who reads his short story “Wide Spot,” from the September 23, 2019, issue of The New Yorker. View the full article
  11. Tuesday is a gorgeous weather day, with plenty of afternoon sunshine. Expect temperatures to peak in the middle 70s to near 80 degrees. Humidity levels are very comfortable through the rest of the week! CLOUDS TO SUN, LESS HUMID: Clouds start the day, but sunshine quickly returns for this Tuesday forecast. Humidity levels continue to lower, and temperatures are a bit lower too this morning under partly cloudy skies. Temperatures begin in the lower to middle 60s. Once the few lingering clouds exit by the end of the morning, expect plenty of blue skies during the afternoon! Humidity levels stay very comfortable too. Temperatures are even a little lower too, with afternoon highs in the middle 70s to near 80 degrees. Skies are mostly clear through the night, and with light winds in place, numbers tumble fast. Overnight lows dip into the lower to middle 50s! Crack open those windows! Temperatures are much closer to seasonal averages on Wednesday before warming starts again. SLOW COOLING THROUGH MIDWEEK: Afternoon temperatures continue to fall through the middle of the week. It’s a dry period too, with plenty of sunshine. Wednesday brings abundant sunshine, with afternoon temperatures at their coolest point in the lower to middle 70s. These temperatures are near average, the numbers bounce back up through the remainder of the work week. There’s still plenty of sunshine for Thursday, with temperatures in the middle to upper 70s. Friday is a touch warmer, with afternoon highs approaching 80 degrees. The warming continues into the weekend. WARMING WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Temperatures continue swing back up through the weekend. Readings are toastier for Saturday under partly cloudy skies. Temperatures reach the lower to middle 80s. Sunday brings some more clouds as the next cold front approaches. Afternoon temperatures are a bit higher, with readings in the middle to upper 80s. Humidity levels are up a bit as well. On Monday, fall officially arrives, and it remains on the warm side for this time of year. There’s the chance for a couple late day showers or thunderstorms as the next cold front arrives. Stay Weather Smart with FOX43! Have a wonderful Tuesday! -Andrea Michaels View the full article
  12. A visiting scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has resigned over comments he made about Jeffrey Epstein, according to an email posted online. View the full article
  13. Over half of the tigers rescued from a Thai temple three years ago have died due to infectious diseases and inbreeding-related illnesses. View the full article
  14. A Georgia homeowner shot and killed three masked teens as they approached his residence with their faces covered, authorities said. View the full article
  15. “Saturday Night Live” has fired one of its most recent hires, Shane Gillis, just days after videos of comedian making bigoted comments came to light. “After talking with Shane Gillis, we have decided that he will not be joining ‘SNL,'” an ‘SNL’ spokesperson on behalf of Lorne Michaels said in a statement to CNN. “We want ‘SNL’ to have a variety of voices and points of view within the show, and we hired Shane on the strength of his talent as comedian and his impressive audition for ‘SNL.’ We were not aware of his prior remarks that have surfaced over the past few days. The language he used is offensive, hurtful and unacceptable. We are sorry that we did not see these clips earlier, and that our vetting process was not up to our standard.” Following news of his ouster, Gillis wrote on Twitter, “I’m a comedian who was funny enough to get ‘SNL.’ That can’t be taken away.” He added: “Of course I wanted an opportunity to prove myself at ‘SNL’ but I understand it would be too much of a distraction. I respect the decision they made. I’m honestly grateful for the opportunity. I was always a Mad TV guy anyway.” The NBC sketch show had announced Gillis’ hire last week, along with the additions of new series regulars Chloe Fineman and Bowen Yang, the only full-time cast member of East-Asian descent next season. News broke that afternoon of Gillis’ history of making defamatory comments about Chinese Americans and homosexuals during episodes of his and fellow comedian Matt McCusker’s “Matt and Shane’s Secret Podcast.” In one since-deleted video, Gillis says, “Let the f—ing ch–ks live there,” of Chinatown. Gillis also mocks a Chinese accent, the language barrier and says, “Chinatown’s f—ing nuts.” Gillis responded to the backlash Thursday night, posting on Twitter that, “I’m a comedian who pushes boundaries. I sometimes miss. If you go through my 10 years of comedy, most of it bad, you’re going to find a lot of bad misses” and that “I’m happy to apologize to anyone who’s actually offended by anything I’ve said.” Many took him up on his offer, including television creator Daniel Chun, who wrote back “I was offended, Shane!” Novelist Monica Byrne responded, “Looking forward to your offer getting revoked, dude. Wow.” 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, who Gillis referenced with a racial epithet in a May podcast, stated over the weekend that he didn’t think Gillis should lose his job. “I’ve experienced a lot of anti-Asian racism throughout my upbringing, and it hurts. It’s something that is very real, and I do think anti-Asian racial epithets are not taken as seriously as slurs against other groups,” Yang said in an appearance on “State of the Union” with CNN’s Jake Tapper. “But at the same time, bigger picture, I believe that our country has become excessively punitive and vindictive about remarks that people find offensive or racist and that we need to try and move beyond that, if we can, particularly in a case where the person is, in this case, to me, like a comedian whose words should be taken in a slightly different light.” In a tweet Monday afternoon, Yang wrote that Gillis had reached out to him and the two planned to meet. Gillis is just the latest example of a comedian’s past comments and actions gaining new attention in the online world. Trevor Noah saw a backlash to some of his old tweets, which were deemed offensive toward women and Jews, when he took over as host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” in 2015. Kevin Hart stepped down from hosting this year’s Oscars after his past homophobic tweets surfaced. Sarah Silverman recently revealed she was fired from a movie after producers found a sketch of her eponymous Comedy Central show in which she wore blackface make-up — a sketch she says she no longer supports. Gillis was due to start his new job at “SNL” as part of the show’s 45th season, which premieres September 28 with host Woody Harrelson and musical guest Billie Eilish. View the full article
  16. A judge denied bond Monday for Roland Gramajo, a community activist who was arrested by immigration agents weeks after hosting a forum to quell concerns about immigration raids. View the full article
  17. A California man has become the seventh person to die from a vaping-related illness in the US. View the full article
  18. Gregory Cheadle, the man then presidential candidate Donald Trump referred to as "my African-American" in 2016, shares why he's leaving the Republican party with CNN's Don Lemon. View the full article
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  20. President Donald Trump is stuck in a political box -- largely of his own making -- on Iran, a predicament that becomes more intractable with each alarming cycle of escalation. View the full article
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    CNN- See Sean Spicer's 'DWTS' debut

    On the season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars," the former White House press secretary danced a salsa to the Spice Girls. Spicer isn't the first politician to take on the dance competition. View the full article
  22. Israelis will vote on Tuesday in the second national election in five months, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a governing coalition following weeks of negotiations. View the full article
  23. The United Kingdom, once a beacon of political and diplomatic stability, has descended into chaos since it voted to leave the European Union in 2016. View the full article
  24. It's been almost two years since millions of women across the world used the simple, yet powerful, hashtag #MeToo. During this time, women have exposed, in various ways, the everyday nature of gender-based violence, harassment and discrimination. Drawing from the origins of the term Me Too, the movement has also drawn attention to other forms of structural inequality, involving race and class, and the persistence of multiple discrimination. View the full article
  25. Japan has been a quiet presence on rugby's international stage for decades, but now the Far East nation is set to soak up the limelight. View the full article
  26. Oil prices pulled back slightly during Asian trading hours Tuesday as investors continue to watch for fallout from the weekend's devastating attack on Saudi Arabia's crude production. View the full article
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