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In one of the most highly anticipated rulings on big tech regulation, Apple was ordered by a federal judge to allow app developers to steer consumers to alternative payment methods. The ruling for plaintiff Epic Games may shrink a key revenue stream for the world’s most valuable company, which faces a range of antitrust suits. Analysts estimate Apple’s App Store takes in more than $20 billion a year with a profit margin above 75%. Apple is expected to appeal, setting the stage for another year of litigation that may eventually land in the U.S. Supreme Court. While its shares tanked 3.5%, Apple actually hailed the decision as a victoryMargaret Sutherlin

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A new U.S. government study found unvaccinated people are 11 times more likely to die of Covid-19 as the delta variant continues to kill thousands of them daily while also triggering so-called breakthrough cases among the vaccinated. Vaccines for younger children will be reviewed as quickly as possible, U.S. regulators said, as infections among them rise.  In the U.K., preparations are starting for a program of “mix and match” coronavirus vaccines as booster shots. Here’s the latest on the pandemic.

Vehicles wait in line at a drive-thru Covid-19 testing site in Covington, Kentucky, as cases in the state surge. Photographer: Jeffrey Dean/Bloomberg

America has halted all U.S.-bound flights of Afghan evacuees from two main bases overseas for health safety concerns. Officials warn it will have a significant impact on continuing evacuation operations.

Federal Reserve critics seized on revelations about two of its senior officials to renew calls for a major overhaul. Disclosures of trading by regional presidents in Dallas and Boston come as the Fed is already under fire from some quarters for policy actions that have disproportionately benefited the rich. 

President Joe Biden is fighting his own trade war with China. The White House is weighing a new investigation into Chinese subsidies and their damage to the U.S. economy as a way to pressure Beijing. The news comes after a phone call Thursday between Biden and China President Xi Jinping after months increasingly frosty relations between the two nations. 

​​California enters next week’s historic recall election besieged by crises: massive wildfires, a drought forcing water rationing and Covid-19 cases filling hospitals. This catastrophic trifecta may actually help Governor Gavin Newsom keep his job.

Gavin Newsom  Photographer: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America

Markets fell Friday as traders weighed tensions with China and rising production costs as supply chain crunches continue. Here’s your markets wrap.

Nonprofits that aid women seeking abortions in Republican-run U.S. states plan to steer more funds to sending women elsewhere, but the list of destinations—and the money—is shrinking.  

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9-11 Kids Who Followed Parents to Wall Street

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