Top 5 Stories of the Week | September 2-9

The New IPhone 7

The New IPhone 7

Obama in Laos

After arriving in Vientiane, Laos Monday evening, President Barrack Obama emitted a speech of reconcilement to the south eastern people.

The city was victim to the United States’ heaviest attack during the Vietnam war; dropping nearly two million tons of explosives on the small country.

In uncovering these secrets, President Obama offered a three year plan in helping the people of Laos to recover and help dismantle underground bombs that remained.

Obama concluded his speech by hoping to have greater interaction in the South East Asian countries.

All you need to know about the new iPhone 7. No headphone jack?

Apple’s newest product is coming soon and is more advanced than ever. However, this new cellular device does not have the standard headphone jack that so many have been accustomed to using.

Instead the phone comes with a set of Lightning Earpods. The phone will be able to give direct power to the EarPods, making it more efficient when listening to music or any audio. The set will also come with an adapter to use with any other standard headphones.

Another alternative to the standard headphones is Apple’s very first wireless, Bluetooth earbuds, that are rechargeable and can last up to 5 hours per charge. They also allow you to make phone calls and communicate with Siri as well.

Other features of the iPhone 7 include: a larger single lens 12MP rear camera, and the front camera is now 7MP. It is also dust and water resistant. The iPhone ranges from 32 GB to 256GB. Most importantly it comes in new colors such as aluminum and glass jet black . It also has a longer battery life than its previous version.

From Mother to Saint

Catholic nun, Mother Teresa has been named Saint by Pope Francis. Although many have considered the devoted nun a saint for years, Pope Francis made it official by declaring Mother Teresa the “Saint of the Gutters” at a canonized Mass at the Vatican, through catholic formula.

Mother Teresa was a catholic nun who devoted much of her life to helping the poor and sick in India. She had received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her work.

The Final a Battle Before the Presidential Royale

Wednesday night, the two presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, took the same stage for the first time at the “Commander-in-Cheif Forum” moderated by Matt Lauer in New York City.

Clinton was first to take the stage and made a bold statement saying that there will be no boots on the ground in Iraq and Syria during her administration. She also said she would use alternate ways in fighting the Islamic State.

When asked about her emailing incident, Clinton agreed that it was also a mistake to use a private server but that none of the subject titles read “Top Secret”. She assured the audience that it would not happen again.

Donald Trump took the stage next and gave his thoughts on the Iraq war. He explained that he knew it was a bad idea from the start. He continued by confidently saying that he will end the war during his administration but dis not disclose his plan to accomplish it.

Clinton and Trump will hold their first debate in New York on September 26th.

21 year old arrested for playing Pokemon Go in the wrong place at the wrong time

After posting a video of himself of playing Pokemon Go in church, Ruslan Sokolovsky of Russia was sent to jail on charges of religious mockery and could face a sentence up to five years in prison.

In July, the Russian media put out a warning that anyone who played Pokemon Go in the churches would be sent to jail for three years.

Days after his arrest he was released and put on house arrest And would be obstructed from accessing the Internet and cellphone. He will be housed at his attorney’s home for the time being.