Apple Unveils $999 iPhone X
Ten years after the original iPhone was released, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the latest version of the device at an event at the new Apple campus. The iPhone X has an edge-to-edge glass screen, no home button, and uses facial recognition to unlock the phone. The company also announced a new iPhone 8 and a larger 8 Plus, as well as additions to the Apple TV and Apple Watch families. Read the story from The AP.
Irma Weakens, Moves North
in Florida are beginning to grapple with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, as the storm — now a tropical depression — moves north, bringing flooding and power outages to coastal areas in Georgia and South Carolina. Read the story from NPR.
U.N. Hits North Korea with New Sanctions
The United Nations Security Council approved further sanctions against North Korea on Monday. In order to secure a unanimous resolution, the U.S. had to settle for weaker penalties in a compromise with Russia and China. Read the story from NPR.
Hillary Clinton’s New Memoir Released Today
The former presidential candidate’s new memoir, What Happened, reveals what she was thinking and feeling during her losing 2016 campaign. Read the story from NPR.
'Monkey Selfie' Lawsuit Settled
Lawyers announced a settlement in a lawsuit over who owns the copyright to photographs a monkey took of itself. Read the story from NPR.