Supermoon eclipse Sunday evening

Stargaz­ers can look upward Sun­day evening.

Not only will you find a “super­moon,” but you will also find a lunar eclipse.

This marks the first super­moon eclipse in 33 years.

Royal brothers don hard hats for needy vets

The princes briefly turned into con­struc­tion workers.

William and Harry rolled up their sleeves to ren­o­vate homes for veterans.

William painted walls and Harry laid slabs as part of a BBC home improvement.

The show cen­ters on ren­o­vat­ing eight build­ings and 62 homes in Manchester.

Peo­ple reports 26 of them go to home­less veterans.

Giants beat Redskins

The New York Giants con­tinue cel­e­brat­ing their first win of the season.

Eli Man­ning led them over the Wash­ing­ton Red­skins at the Mead­ow­lands last night 32–21.

He threw for 279 yards and two touchdowns.

Apple iPhones on sale today

Apple expects to shat­ter records as its new-model iPhones go on sale today.

Both the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus not only come to Apple stores, but they also appear in most AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Ver­i­zon Wire­less stores.

A record 10-million new model iPhones sold in three days last year, and Apple expects to break that record by next week.

Inmate requests to donate bone marrow to man who imprisoned him

An inmate has asked to donate bone mar­row to the per­son who helped put him to prison.

Judge Carl Fox found out in April that he had blood cancer.

Years ago as a dis­trict attor­ney, he pros­e­cuted Charles Alston for armed rob­bery. Alston received 25 years.

While still in prison, he wrote to Fox to July to vol­un­teer to test as a donor.

Because inmates can­not sign onto the donor list for risk of dis­ease, Alston can­not donate. How­ever, WRAL-TV reports the ges­ture deeply touched Fox.

Boy skips birthday gifts to help protect police dogs

A nine-year-old boy from Min­nesota wanted money instead of presents for his birth­day this year.

That money helped give police dogs bul­let­proof vests.

ABC News reports that Ethan Flint’s gen­eros­ity inspired so many peo­ple that he raised nearly $1,300.

He handed a home­made check to a foun­da­tion in St. Paul to buy the vests.

Three deaths now from tainted cucumbers

Health offi­cials have now linked three deaths to salmonella-tainted cucum­bers that have grown in Mexico.

The deaths have come from Cal­i­for­nia, Ari­zona, and Texas.

A cucum­ber recall began ear­lier this month.

The CDC now says the dis­tri­b­u­tion of con­t­a­m­i­nated cucum­bers has likely hap­pened in 33 states.

Over 560 sal­mo­nella cases have con­nected to the outbreak.

Health offi­cials want any­one buy­ing cumum­bers to check with the stores before eat­ing them.

Customer receives cash instead of chicken wings, returns money

A man in Berke­ley, Calif. did the right thing.

Mike Vegas ordered chicken wings from Domino’s, but the box the deliv­ery dri­ver gave him con­tained $1,300 instead.

KGO-TV reports the dri­ver had planned on tak­ing that money to the bank. He didn’t know what hap­pened until he got there.

Vegas put the unopened box in his fridge and ignored phone calls from num­bers he didn’t rec­og­nize. He dis­cov­ered his sur­prise when he opened it that night.

After return­ing the money to Domino’s, the man­ager promised him free pizza for a year.

Batmobile to receive copyright protection

Holy copy­right law, Batman!”

A judge has spo­ken those words in San Fran­cisco while rul­ing that the Bat­mo­bile can receive copy­right protection.

DC Comics sued a man four years ago for mak­ing repli­cas of the Bat­mo­bile and sell­ing them for profit.

Trump lead over Republican candidates shrinking

Don­ald Trump’s lead among Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial con­tenders has slipped a bit.

The lat­est Quin­nip­iac poll of likely GOP vot­ers has Trump in first place with 25 per­cent support.

Ben Car­son takes sec­ond with 17 per­cent, and Carly Fio­r­ina sits in third with 12 percent.

As far as the Democ­rats go, Hillary Clin­ton leads Bernie Sanders by 18 points.