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NYC Will Fall Silent For 9/11 Commemoration

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It is so incredibly hard to believe that it's been 16 years since the tragic events of 9/11. May God Bless the victims os 9/11 and their families. 

The relatives of those who died in the attack on the World Trade Center will gather for the annual ceremony at Ground Zero, which is now the National September 11 Memorial Museum. The ceremony kicked off with a citywide moment of silence at 8:46 am Eastern, the time terrorists flew an American Airlines plane into the World Trade Center's north tower. During the ceremony, relatives will read off the names of their loved ones killed in the Twin Tower attack. Thousands are expected to attend.

There will also be a "Tribute In Lights" tonight starting at sunset. Two blue shafts of light will be beamed from lower Manhattan as a visual reminder of the Twin Towers. 

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Irma now a tropical storm, but still lashing Florida and Georgia

Thankfully Irma has now been decreased from a Category 5 Hurricane to a tropical storm, with winds of 70 mph. The storm is expected to further weaken as it continues to move inland. However fear of storm surges in the aftermath are still making it very dangerous. 

The storm left more than 5.7 million customers without power and littered the state with downed trees, downed power lines and standing water. Emergency crews made rescues throughout the night. Irma is now heading into Georgia and others parts of the Deep South such as Alabama, Tennessee and the Carolinas with danger of life-threatening storm surge and hazardous winds.

Officials are urging people to stay inseide and out of danger until tghey can acess the damage.

Over 5.6 million people have been left without power in Florida. With 6.3 million people having been forced to evacuate, making it one of the largest in US history.

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Info On New iPhone Leaks Ahead Of Release

Apple is none too thrilled about the fact that someone is revealing clues about the new iPhone models. The leak says the new premium iPhone will be called the "iPhone X," while the cheaper models will be called the "iPhone 8" and "iPhone 8 Plus."

The iPhone X is said to include wireless charging, facial recognition, an edge-to-edge display and no home button and will run you about one thousand dollars.

Code for the new iOS operating system has also made it to the outside world. It was accidentally published, but some say it was sabotage.

Apple is expected to officially launch the new iPhone tomorrow. 

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Target Starbucks Have Their Own Frappuccino

Target is being all exclusibe and stuff.

The Dark Mocha Frappuccino is only available at Target and it sounds super yummy. 

This frapp has extra-dark cocoa, coffee, milk and ice blended together and it’s topped with vanilla whipped cream. It has been available since the end of August and they’ll keep making them until supplies run out. And if your Target doesn’t have a Starbucks inside, don’t worry, your regular Starbucks has all the ingredients to make this for you.

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Amazon’s Two Day Delivery Is Suspended By Irma

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Amazon's famous free two-day shipping is being interrupted in Florida by Hurricane Irma.

Residents of the state have been receiving cancellation notices from Amazon, and the company can't say when it will be able to follow through with delivery. Many of the orders were placed before days before the storm and included emergency provisions because locals stores were out of stock. Residents who ordered on Amazon say they weren’t given cancellation notices until their area was under evacuation.

The online retailer is blaming UPS as evacuation orders rolled out which left the purchases at the sorting facility. UPS said they’ll ship the items to other addresses for free.

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