News in Brief: September 30, 2015
Your mid-afternoon look at news across the web. Whether it's sports, tech or straight news stories, we've rounded up all of the information you need to know to stay informed and part of the conversation.
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Today, a new and cheaper iPhone may be on its way this spring, the NCAA violates the antitrust law, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:
News: Joaquin officially becomes third hurricane of the Atlantic season
- Hurricane Joaquin became the 2015 Atlantic season's third hurricane Wednesday morning, and hurricane watches and warnings have been issued for the Bahamas while we nervously eye its potential to affect the U.S. East Coast.
- Comedian Kenan Thompson talked to Seth Myers about an interaction he had with Bill Cosby on the 2004 set of "Fat Albert." He said that after talking to Cosby, there as a lot of "weird stuff" that went on in the back of his mind.
- Apple may be launching a new low-end iPhone as early as this upcoming spring. It would fall outside of Apple's typical product cycle, since the company has only unveiled new iPhones in the fall over the past several years.
- The U.S. Circuit of Appeals has decided to uphold a lower court ruling that NCAA violates antitrust laws with its rules limiting what athletes can receive while participating in college athletics.
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Joaquin officially becomes a hurricane