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​Scotland says No and the iPhone 6 goes on sale

Today’s lead story is Scotland, whose residents voted against independence. And while it may have been the pro-independence “Yes” campaign that provided the media with the visuals and hype for this fiercely contested campaign, it was the “No” voters who held the heart of Scotland. Erin weighs in.

Erin also sits down with Frances Coppola, associate editor of Pieria and blogger at Coppola Comment, to continue the discussion on Scotland’s decision to remain part of the UK. After the break includes this week’s defining moments, showing the best snippets from all of our interviews this week.

And in The Big Deal, Erin is joined by Edward Harrison to analyze Apple’s first official day of iPhone 6 sales – and problems. Take a look!

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