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A transgender couple married in Cuba this week, a first on the island nation where sexual minorities have long suffered discrimination.The couple had to register their civil union according to the official genders on their identity documents, though.

Fashion for hire: Americans embrace clothing rental services

Remember when you bought an expensive evening gown for an event, only to ever wear it once or twice? Or picked up a trendy T-shirt, only to leave it gathering dust in the closet?

Lovesac CEO Shawn Nelson is on a mission to save the earth Special

This furniture man wants you to buy less furniture. Lovesac CEO Shawn Nelson is on a mission to save the earth, one couch at a time. He chatted with Digital Journal.

Veggie disc anyone? Europe plans to ban 'veggie burger'

Should vegan and vegetarian products continue to be named using words associated with meat products? The most common example of this is the 'veggie burger'. European Union officials are considering using alternative phrases, like 'veggie disc'.

French minister under fire over lobster and champagne dinners

A prominent French cabinet minister was under pressure on Wednesday after a report claimed he had hosted luxury dinners while parliament speaker with allegedly little connection to his position.

Spain court rules 43-year-old man is son of Julio Iglesias

A Spanish court ruled Wednesday that Grammy award-winning singer Julio Iglesias is the biological father of a 43-year-old man who has waged a protracted paternity battle with the star.

British inventor Dyson pays $54 mln for Singapore's priciest penthouse

British billionaire inventor James Dyson has paid a reported $54 million for Singapore's biggest, most expensive penthouse: a three-floor residence with a rooftop terrace, private pool, and jacuzzi.

Prince Harry and Meghan's son Archie christened in private service

Prince Harry and Meghan's baby son Archie was on Saturday christened in the chapel at Windsor Castle in a private ceremony following his birth in early May.

Executive director Kim Gradisher talks Tyler Robinson Foundation Special

Kim Gradisher, the executive director of the Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), chatted with Digital Journal about her work with the foundation and its future plans.

Is it curtains for Amsterdam's red light district?

Amsterdam's mayor on Wednesday proposed drawing curtains over the notorious glass-fronted booths where sex workers ply their trade, as part of an overhaul of the city's famed red-light district.

Kyoto mayor steps into #KimOhNo row over Kardashian line

The mayor of Japan's ancient capital Kyoto has entered into an unlikely correspondence with the queen of selfies Kim Kardashian West, asking her to reconsider naming her shapewear line "Kimono".

Bum move: Kardashian 'kimono' shapewear sparks Japan debate

American television star Kim Kardashian has sparked debate in Japan by naming her new line of shapewear "Kimono," prompting some to accuse her of disrespecting the traditional outfit.

Harry and Meghan's new home cost $3 million to refit

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan's new home in Windsor cost £2.4 million ($3.05 million, 2.7 million euros) to renovate before they moved in, royal accounts showed Tuesday.

Veteran talks Hot Rod Warriors, Brantley Gilbert, Purple Heart Special

Staff sergeant and Purple Heart recipient Justin Patterson chatted with Digital Journal about Hot Rod Warriors and meeting and forming a friendship with country mega-star Brantley Gilbert.

Home stretch: India leads the way on International Yoga Day

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the way for International Yoga Day on Friday, performing sun salutations and other flexible feats in a mass session with an estimated 30,000 other devotees of the discipline.

Review: PinkTie unifies Long Island, supports local children's hospital Special

On June 10, the seventh annual PinkTie event was able to unify Long Islanders for a special cause. It took place at the Carltun in Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, New York.

Preview: The 9th Annual Long Island Hospitality Ball in Woodbury

On Monday, June 24, the ninth annual Long Island Hospitality Ball will be talking place in Woodbury for philanthropical purposes.

Op-Ed: New York debates legalizing cannabis, with reservations

If New York legalizes cannabis, it can be said that the mainstream US market has spoken. That, however, is far from a given. People are regenerating all the old arguments against cannabis, and a few new ones.

Lisbon fetes 'saint of love' with free deluxe weddings

It is Lisbon's wedding of the year. Crowds gather at the cathedral, hoping to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds as cameras lie in wait.Suddenly, the organ music grows louder and photographers get into position in front of the imposing entrance.

In historic first, G20 weighs ageing as global risk

Ballooning healthcare costs, labour shortages and financial services for the elderly: for the first time Sunday, the world's top policymakers are tackling economic issues relating to ageing and shrinking birthrates.

From an 'Irish wall' to a tight palace suit: 5 Trump highlights in Europe

US President Donald Trump's trip to Europe unlikely to be forgotten in a hurry by any of his hosts.

Priscilla Arena discusses 2019 SASI event, 'Blue Party,' future Special

Priscilla Arena chatted with Digital Journal about her May 31st "Blue Party" event in Holbrook, which supported the Specialized Autism Support and Information (SASI), as well as her plans for the future with the organization.

Life lessons for S. Korea's octogenarian school pupils

When the tune of "Twinkle twinkle little star" plays in her South Korean classroom octogenarian pupil Nam Yang-soon sings along with classmates more than 70 years her junior.

Trump downplays North Korea launches on Japan visit

US President Donald Trump Sunday downplayed recent North Korean missile launches as he teed off a state visit to Japan with a round of golf and a trip to the sumo with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Rihanna hails 'carte blanche' at LVMH with new fashion line

Rihanna said Thursday she had been given complete freedom to design her first fashion line for French luxury powerhouse LVMH, which is banking on the pop diva to find a new market of millennials beyond the reach of its traditional brands.
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