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Published: Friday, August 29, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Want to buy a shinier Apple?

Apple season: Apple has announced it will unveil new products Sept. 9. Many expect Apple to show off a new iPhone with a larger screen and possibly a smartwatch.

And after hearing the complaints of Apple users who are reluctant to upgrade when their current iPhone is perfectly fine, Apple's latest feature for the new phones sends a self-destruct signal that destroys your current phone on Sept. 8.



What's this all aboot, then? Two Canadian women who were on a flight between Toronto and Cuba are facing charges after they drank their duty-free alcohol in the bathroom, triggered the fire alarm by smoking and got in a fight with each other.

Then things really got ugly when Toronto Mayor Rob Ford reclined his seat.



Here come de judge: Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's “The Daily Show” earns as much as $30 million a year, the most among late night talk show hosts, but far less than the $47 million a year earned by Judy Sheindlin, the TV jurist on “Judge Judy.”

Jay Leno, still looking for work, put on his bath robe, grabbed a hammer and donned a powdered wig.




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