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Veteran music star Tony Orlando chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming shows at Eisenhower Park and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Eurozone refuses Greek bailout extension, more talks Wednesday

Eurozone finance ministers declined to extend Greece's bailout Tuesday hours before its expiry and a possible IMF default but talks will continue Wednesday after Athens asked for a new aid plan, officials said.

EU to help 'frontline' Hungary cope with migrant wave: Official

The European Commission has pledged to send financial aid and experts to Hungary to help it cope with a surge in illegal immigration this year, a senior Brussels official said in Budapest Tuesday.

Le Pen announces run for French regional polls

Far-right French leader Marine Le Pen announced Tuesday she would compete in regional elections due later this year considered a key test ahead of presidential polls in 2017.

Op-Ed: On Donald Trump having zero chances of becoming U.S. president

Let's start here: It is likely virtually all of you would agree that Donald Trump has the proverbial snowball's chance in hell of becoming the next president of the United States. As much chance as Kanye West has of winning the Most Humble Rapper Award.

Op-Ed: Pentagon claims journalists can be legitimate targets

A new Pentagon rule book on the "laws of war" detailing legitimate warfare practices, as approved by the U.S. military, claims that journalists may be legitimate targets.

Delaware's airport has no commercial airlines flying to it

Anyone who wants to get to and from Delaware by airplane will no longer be able to count on a commercial airline to get there.

America has more Spanish speakers than Spain

The United States of America now has more Spanish speakers than Spain. America is the second largest Spanish-speaking country.

Israeli dies in WBank shooting in latest Ramadan violence

An Israeli wounded in a West Bank shooting overnight died Tuesday, and a Palestinian was shot by police after he ran at them shouting Allahu Akbar in the latest violence to mar Ramadan.

Berlusconi 'paid' Bunga Bunga dancer millions for silence

Silvio Berlusconi paid an exotic dancer and other young women some ten million euros for their silence over what went on at his Bunga Bunga sex parties, a prosecutor said Tuesday.

Attack wasn't Tunisia's fault, say tourists who stayed

Despite many tourists taking the first flights home after a gunman's killing spree at a popular Tunisian beach resort, others decided to stay, saying the massacre was not the country's fault.

Jihadist group Ansar Dine claims Mali attacks, threatens I. Coast and Mauritania

Jihadist group Ansar Dine on Tuesday claimed responsibility for two weekend attacks in Mali near the borders with Mauritania and Ivory Coast, and threatened to strike both countries.

Syria air strikes 'kill 28'

At least 28 people were killed Tuesday in Syrian government air strikes on a village in northwestern Idlib province and a suburb of Damascus, a monitor said.

Microsoft gets out of display ad business, 1,200 jobs move to AOL

Microsoft is shutting down most of its display advertising business and handing over parts of it to AOL and AppNexus, the company said in a blog post Monday.

Google Photos mistakes African Americans for 'gorillas'

Google has had to issue an apology after the automated image recognition system in its new Photos app misidentified African Americans in photos, erroneously creating an album called "Gorillas" in a user's image collection.

Turkey seeks to calm speculation over Syria invasion

Turkey sought to calm speculation Tuesday it was planning to invade Syria, saying it would not act unilaterally but has a right to protect its borders."To interpret our border security measures as 'Turkey is going to war'...

Amazon brings one-hour delivery option to London

Amazon has brought its one-hour delivery service to central London, marking the first time that the option has been available in the UK. Over 10,000 products can be delivered directly to your door less than 60 minutes after you click the order button.

Obama and Rousseff focus on climate, play down spy row

US President Barack Obama and Brazil's Dilma Rousseff traded compliments and vowed to work together on renewable energy Tuesday, bidding to put a bitter spying row behind them.

Dutch prosecutors probe 'persons of interest' in MH17 crash

Dutch prosecutors said Tuesday they have identified many "persons of interest" in their probe into the shooting down of flight MH17 over Ukraine, but no definite suspects.

Op-Ed: Can our toys make us healthier?

Where do you learn to be healthy? Apparently not in American schools. While general literacy rates are strong, public health literacy rates are lagging.

Review: This week’s three releases couldn’t be more different Special

This week’s releases include a comedy that illustrates the absurdity of stereotypes; an action-thriller that keeps a slow and even pace; and an honest and amusing look at a middle-aged couple who used to be cool.

Tennis players and pilgrims swelter as heatwave hits Europe

Tennis players at Wimbledon, fasting Muslims and ailing religious pilgrims in Lourdes were among those at risk from the blast of a major heatwave spreading up through Europe on Tuesday.

Review: Dale Ann Bradley magnificent on new 'Pocket Full of Keys' album Special

Bluegrass queen Dale Ann Bradley is back with her latest studio album "Pocket Full of Keys," and it is a superb studio effort.

IS re-enters Syria's Tal Abyad, takes district: monitor

Islamic State group fighters re-entered Syria's Tal Abyad Tuesday, seizing a district from the Kurdish forces who captured the border town in a key victory two weeks ago, a monitor said.

Coca leaves on the menu for Pope's visit to Bolivia

Pope Francis has not confirmed whether he will chew coca leaves on his trip to Bolivia but may well do so given his respect for local customs, his spokesman said Tuesday.

Russia targets Kremlin critic Khodorkovsky in murder probe

Russian investigators announced on Tuesday that Kremlin critic Mikhail Khodorkovsky might have ordered the murder of a Siberian mayor, saying they would seek to question the self-exiled former tycoon.

Jamie Raven from 'Britain's Got Talent' to embark on magic tours

Magician Jamie Raven, runner-up winner from "Britain's Got Talent," will be going out on tour, which kicks off in February of 2016.

Europe attacks Syriza to block Spain's Podemos: Greek minister

European leaders want to "sink" Greece's ruling Syriza party to block the rise of other far-left anti-austerity parties like its ally Podemos in Spain, Greece's Labour Minister Panos Skourletis said Tuesday.

Greece default nears as Athens makes last gasp bid for deal

Greece requested a two-year rescue deal with the EU in a race down to the wire before its current bailout expires Tuesday, after admitting it would fail to make an IMF payment.

Iran nuclear talks deadline extended to July 7

Iran and six major powers on Tuesday gave themselves until July 7 to clinch a historic nuclear deal as a midnight deadline approached in marathon talks with no breakthrough in sight.

Puerto Rico debt problems could set off crisis in the U.S.

Puerto Rico's governor says the country cannot pay the $70 million in debt, which sets the stage for a potential financial crisis in the United States.

Iran-U.S. talks give foes rare window into another world

Iran and US have not had diplomatic ties for more than three decades, yet over the past 20 months they have likely sat down together more often than any other nations on Earth.

Tunisia admits was unprepared for beach attack

Tunisia's president has admitted security services were not prepared for last week's jihadist beach massacre, as authorities warned the country is likely to lose more than half-a-billion dollars in tourism revenues.

Op-Ed: Bieber comes back bigger than ever with new video

Hopefully Justin Bieber has his career and life on track now. He has teamed up with techno greats Skrillex and Diplo to create a new song and video.

UK police launch major counter-terror drill in London

British police on Tuesday launched a major counter-terror exercise in London partly influenced by the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris in January, just days after an Islamist gun massacre in Tunisia.

Lego toys to become more friendly to the environment

Lego, the Danish toy company, will invest $150 million to develop sustainable plastics for its signature building blocks by 2030.

Review: Easton Corbin back with best album to date: 'About To Get Real' Special

Country star Easton Corbin released his highly-anticipated third studio album, "About To Get Real" today, and it is a pleasant studio effort.

From Greferendum to Grexit: A crisis buzzwords glossary

First-time students of the Greek debt crisis might fear they have stumbled on an alien language when they see some of the words European leaders use.

Fugitive rabbi can be extradited to Israel: Dutch supreme court

The Dutch Supreme Court on Tuesday authorised the extradition of the leader of a Jewish Hasidic sect wanted in Israel for alleged indecent assault of women and girls.

Votes counted in Burundi polls as ruling party eyes win

Burundi election officials finished vote-counting on Tuesday, a day after internationally condemned polls boycotted by the opposition, with the ruling party expected to win a sweeping victory.

British man launches crowdfunding bid to bail out Greece

A British shoe-shop employee has raised over 65,000 euros ($72,000) so far through an online crowdfunding project to help Greece meet its International Monetary Fund debt repayment due on Tuesday.