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iPhone 13 review roundup: Great cameras, incredible battery life | AppleInsider
The initial reviews for the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 mini are out, all heaping praise on improved cameras, though also acknowledging that it's not a revolutionary year-over-year change.
New Space Force uniforms draw comparisons to 'Star Trek,' 'Battlestar Galactica'
The U.S. Space Force unveiled new uniform prototypes on Tuesday, drawing comparisons to ones from “Star Trek” and “Battlestar Galactica.”
R. Kelly prosecutors rest case; defense calls singer's allies to stand in sex-trafficking trial
Prosecutors at the R. Kelly sex trafficking trial ended their case Monday after calling dozens of witnesses over the past month who detailed the government’s sweeping allegations against the singer in lurid detail.
McDonald's Is Phasing Out Plastic Toys From Happy Meals In A Push To Be More Green
The benefits of the change will be equivalent to more than 650,000 people not using any plastic for a year, the company said.
Caesars Superdome roof catches fire as crews clean, injuring one; see photo, video
The Caesars Superdome caught fire Tuesday afternoon, with open flames and smoke billowing from the edge of its iconic roof as New Orleans firefighters rushed to respond to the blaze.
Apple Working on Depression Detection for iPhones: Report
Apple is reportedly partnering with UCLA and Biogen to see if health data can be used to detect depression, anxiety, and cognitive decline.
Google’s spending $2.1 billion for even more New York City real estate
Google's Hudson Square campus adds St. John’s Terminal at 550 Washington St.
U.S. to probe incidents involving border agents on horseback dispersing Haitians
Over the weekend, photos and videos emerged depicting mounted Border Patrol officials herding and chasing migrants who had crossed the Rio Grande near Del Rio, a small border community in southwestern Texas.
FBI, police resume search for Brian Laundrie in Florida wildlife refuge
Authorities will return to the Carlton Reserve where Laundrie is believed to have vanished on a hike a week ago after being named a person of interest.
Justin Trudeau secures a third victory in an election ‘nobody wanted’
Canadian prime minister will stay in power but has not won the majority he hoped for after calling a snap election
COVID-19 has now killed as many people in the U.S. as the 1918 Spanish flu
As of Tuesday (Sept. 21), more than 676,200 people have died in the U.S. from COVID-19.
Maine surpasses 1,000 deaths from COVID-19 as hospitalizations keep rising
The state also reported a new record number of patients in hospitals, including in intensive care.
Delta variant outbreak infects highly vaccinated prison population, but few were hospitalized, CDC says
Among the 233 incarcerated people at the Texas prison, 185, or 79%, were fully vaccinated against Covid19, according to the CDC report.
20-year-old gas station cashier in Germany fatally shot by anti-masker: Police
The cashier was fatally shot after telling a customer to put on a face covering Saturday, police said.