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In early November, weeks before the peak holiday shopping season was about to kick off, Apple issued an unusual warning: customers would have to wait longer for the new iPhone 14 Pro models. That's because one of its key assembly facilities in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou was "operating at significantly reduced capacity" due to Covid curbs.
The gunman who killed 10 people and wounded three in a racist attack at a grocery store in a predominantly Black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, would be willing to plead guilty to federal charges -- including hate crimes -- if prosecutors agree to take the death penalty off the table, his attorneys said Friday.
The second sexual assault trial of Harvey Weinstein, the former movie producer accused of using his Hollywood influence to lure women into private meetings and assault them, entered its sixth day Friday in the hands of a Los Angeles jury.
Federal prosecutors and attorneys for Donald Trump arrived Friday at a courthouse in Washington, DC, for a closed-door hearing on a Justice Department request to hold the former president in contempt of court for failing to comply with a subpoena issued this summer ordering him to turn over classified records.
Americans' wealth continued to slide in the third quarter as stock prices plunged over the summer.