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The legal battle with Epic, which took place in federal court in Oakland, Calif., Earlier this year, is arguably the biggest threat to Apple’s App Store business. Epic wants to force the iPhone maker to allow app developers to avoid App Store commissions altogether, which would be a major financial blow to Apple. A federal …

This interview will be on “St. Louis on the Air” at noon on Thursday. This story will be updated after the show. You can Listen live. The early 1940s marked the height of anti-Asian sentiment in the United States – especially towards Japanese Americans. Prior to Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor and WWII, federal agencies …

PBS NewsHour’s “5 STORIES” feature the most interesting stories from around the world that you might have missed. In this week’s episode: Painter creates precious works of art from destroyed flip flops Ivorian painter Aristide Kouame looks at one of his collages made from recycled flip flops. Video screenshot courtesy: Reuters Ivorian painter Aristide Kouame …

TOKYO, Aug.25 (Reuters) – Japan’s top medical adviser blasted International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach on Wednesday for visiting Tokyo again as the country extends emergency restrictions to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Japan will extend the state of emergency to eight more prefectures from Friday, bringing the total to 21 regions from Hokkaido in …

MEBANE, NC (AP) – Lloyd Dobyns Jr., an award-winning NBC News correspondent who reported around the world and hosted an innovative American newscast in the early 1980s, has passed away, his family has said. He was 85 years old. Ken Dobyns said in a statement that his father died in Mebane, North Carolina, northwest of …

Less than a month after the start of a Covid-19 vaccine booster campaign, Israel sees signs of an impact on the country’s high rates of infection and serious illness fueled by the rapidly spreading Delta variant, according to officials and scientists. Delta struck Israel in June, just as the country was starting to reap the …

Fewer people bought cars in 2020 than usual, but some of the world’s largest automakers have weathered the pandemic year surprisingly well. Drivers in the United States, as they have done every year for nearly four decades, have bought more Ford F-Series trucks than any other type of car. Those in countries like Argentina and …

Zhang Zhehan Photo: VCG A Chinese actor who posed for photos at the famous Japanese Yasukuni shrine has been forced to quit the entertainment industry as more mainstream platforms remove his films and television works, variety shows and music from from Sunday. All movies and drama series in which Zhang Zhehan has appeared, such as …

A wave of annihilation has just been destroyed by X-Men’s Sunfire!Omega level mutants have always been in the spotlight throughout the Marvel Universe as they wield incredible power and on the other hand, less powerful Alpha level mutants attract comparatively less attention. But these Alpha level mutants are still extremely strong and able to defend …

TOKYO, Aug.8 (Reuters) – Tokyo on Sunday extinguished its Olympic flame in a ceremony that echoed the restraint of a Games held without spectators and transformed by the global pandemic, dazzling sport and deep human turmoil. After postponing the Tokyo 2020 Games for a year, organizers said the event would serve as a symbol of …