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Apple Inc. Reveals Bigger-Screen iPhones Alongside Wearables

Apple Pay Starts Monday

Apple's new e-wallet feature launches on Monday, and here's why it might be the company's most challenging endeavor to date

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Manning Breaks NFL Record

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw his 509th touchdown pass on Sunday night and broke the record set by Brett Favre

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Rioting Keene State Students May Be Expelled

New Hampshire’s Keene State College will take serious action against students who participated in recent riots. College authorities were “actively working to identify the individuals who participated in unlawful behavior,” says college president Anne Huot

Hannah Graham in Charlottesville Police Dept. photo.

Possible Break in University of Virginia Case

Police may have found the body of Hannah Graham, the University of Virginia student who has been missing for several weeks. Charlottesville police announced on Saturday that a body had been discovered at an abandoned property, but an official identification is pending

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Supreme Court Okays Texas Voter-ID Law

The Supreme Court decided on Saturday that Texas can enforce its controversial voter-identification law in November's midterm elections, despite recently blocking similar laws in other states. The law's supporters believe it will reduce voter fraud

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Serena Williams Blasts Official's 'Sexist' Remarks

Tennis star Serena Williams commended on Sunday the Women's Tennis Association for disciplining the head of the Russian Tennis Federation, Shamil Tarpischev, for his "sexist as well as racist" remarks on a Russian television program

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Leo DiCaprio Teams With Netflix on New Documentary

The actor is teaming up with streaming giant Netflix to serve as executive producer of Virunga, a documentary directed by Orlando von Einsiedel that looks at gorilla preservation in the Democratic Republic of Congo's Virunga National Park

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Killing of Local Woman Tests Philippine-U.S. Ties

The alleged murder of Filipino transgender Jennifer Laude by a U.S. Marine has sparked outrage in the Philippines, with some calling into question the U.S. military’s presence in the country. Protests have taken place in Manila and Olongapo, where Laude died


'External Forces' Aiding Protest, Says Hong Kong Chief

Hong Kong’s embattled leader Leung Chun-ying has accused the city’s pro-democracy Occupy Hong Kong movement of being aided by foreign elements, echoing the Chinese government’s attitude toward the demonstrations that are now entering their fourth week

Sweden Searches Possibly Intruding Russian Submarine

A large military operation is under way in waters off Stockholm to sweep for a “foreign underwater activity” widely speculated to be a damaged Russian submarine, in what could be the gravest violation of Sweden’s maritime sovereignty since the Cold War