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Carnival Liberty: Cruise Ship Carrying More Than 4,000 People Still in St. Thomas After Engine Fire-No one was injured in the Monday morning fire on the ship, which was scheduled to leave St. Thomas that afternoon. As of Tuesday night, the ship was awaiting permission for an early return. http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/09/08/carnival-liberty-cruise-fire/71899410/
Europe is increasing efforts this week to contain a migration crisis that is seeing thousands of people arrive every day with no coordinated strategy on how to deal with them. The largest influx of people escaping war and poverty since WWII.
Apple will introduce the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus today. A new Apple TV will likely debut, too. The phone models will have minimal updates, mostly in an improved camera and little better performance. If you were waiting for the streaming service, it’s not coming just yet.
Looking for a job? Chipotle Mexican Grill will hire 4,000 new employees Wednesday. Between the hours of 8 and 11 a.m., each U.S. restaurant location will hold open interviews for 60 applicants. The majority of positions will be entry-level crew jobs, which consist of tasks such as taking orders and preparing food—But those jobs have a potential for growth.
Ending a constitutional standoff, at least for now, a federal judge yesterday ordered Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis released from jail – but on the condition she doesn’t interfere with her deputies issuing marriage licenses.
Pilotless Cessna crashes into 3 other planes at Boeing Field–A pilot was trying to hand start his Cessna 150 last night when the plane started up and got away from him. It came to a stop after crashing into three other parked planes. Nobody was injured.
Negotiations break down, Seattle teachers to strike Wednesday– Teachers in Seattle will walk picket lines tomorrow after last-minute negotiations over wages and other issues failed to avert a strike in Washington largest school district.