News in Brief: September 3, 2015

Tom Brady Beats NFL in 'Deflategate' Court Case, Judge Nullifies League's 4-Game Suspension

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.

Today, a Kentucky clerk is facing consequences among a same-sex marriage dispute, photos of Apple's newest iPhone are out, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: Kentucky clerk faces judgment day in same-sex marriage dispute
  • A county clerk in Kentucky who refuses to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples on religious grounds heads to U.S. federal court on Thursday where a judge could hold her in contempt for defying his order to do so.

Entertainment: Kim Kardashian celebrates big Instagram win with selfie

  • Kim Kardashian reached 45 million followers on her Instagram account yesterday, and she celebrated with a selfie and the caption "45 million Instagram followers!!!!! I love you guys!!!!!"

Tech: More photos of Apple's newest iPhone are out

  • We're going to learn all about Apple's upcoming iPhone next week on September 9, but a handful of newly leaked photos have already shown us exactly what the phone looks like. The new iPhone, believed to be called the iPhone 6S, will look nearly identical to the iPhone 6 — but with a slightly thicker body.

Sports:'Deflategate' judge rules on Tom Brady's suspension

  • After many months of scandal, the verdict has been made. A judge has decided that Tom Brady will not be suspended next season despite all of the controversy and issues that surrounded the 'Deflategate' scandal.

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