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Adam Lambert auditions for Idol 10 years ago, the rest is history

On January of 2009, Adam Lambert auditioned for the hit reality singing competition, "American Idol," and the rest is history.

Misty Rowe talks 50th anniversary of 'Hee Haw,' Kornfield Friends Special

Veteran actress Misty Rowe ("Hee Haw" and "Happy Days") chatted with Digital Journal about the 50th anniversary of "Hee Haw."

Lawmakers turn their focus to risks of Canada-US border security

With the U.S. in the throes of a 31-day government shutdown and President Trump and members of Congress focused on our Southern border, a new report suggests some lawmakers are planning to place fresh scrutiny on the wide-open Canada-US border.

Review: Bob Sinclair and Robbie Williams charm on 'Electrico Romantico' Special

On January 18, acclaimed French DJ and producer Bob Sinclair has joined forces with British pop star Robbie Williams on their brand new single "Electrico Romantico."

Review: Terra Bella delivers on new single 'Middle of Nowhere USA'

On January 21, 2019, husband and wife country duo Terra Bella has released their brand new single "Middle of Nowhere USA."

Review: Lady Gaga slams Donald Trump and Mike Pence during Las Vegas show

Las Vegas - Global music pop star Lady Gaga stopped mid-song in her Las Vegas show to slam President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.

Michael Carbonaro talks New York magic shows, technology and fans Special

Huntington - World-renowned magician Michael Carbonaro chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming shows in New York at Town Hall and The Paramount on Long Island.

Q&A: Mergers and acquisitions dominating the software sector Special

Industry trends suggest that with increased competition, buyers are going to have to get a lot more creative if they want to win major deals. This means investing in appropriate software, according to Chris Stafford from West Monroe Partners.

Greek MPs to vote on Macedonia deal amid political turmoil

Atenas - The Greek parliament is expected to vote Thursday on a deal to change Macedonia's name to the Republic of North Macedonia amid deep social division and a crisis in centrist political parties.

Essential science: What is the future of lab-grown meat?

A meatless food industry featuring lab-grown meat, plus variants of seafood substitutes, and insect protein could represent the future of food. Considerable investment is going into each of these food technologies. We take a look at these issues.

Fashion rolls up for Dior's chic strongwoman circus

Paris - Italian designer Maria Grazia Chiuri took Christian Dior to the circus Monday with arguably her most sublime collection for the Paris haute couture label.

Matt Cohen talks 'General Hospital,' Maura West, family and fans Special

Actor Matt Cohen chatted with Digital Journal about playing Dr. Griffin Munro on the hit ABC daytime drama "General Hospital." Cohen offered his advice to aspiring actors, and he spoke about the impact of technology on the entertainment business.

Review: Jimmy Buffett lackluster on national anthem, drops mic at the end Special

New Orleans - On January 20, 2019, singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett performed the national anthem at the at NFC Championship, but his rendition was horrid.

Israel opens new international airport near Red Sea

- Israel inaugurated a new international airport Monday in its desert south meant to boost tourism to the nearby Red Sea and serve as an emergency alternative to Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion airport.

UN warns trade disputes, climate could disrupt growth

New York - The United Nations warned Monday that trade disputes, climate change and a me-first attitude to addressing global problems were threatening prospects for world economic growth.

New security scare in N. Ireland after car bomb blast

Dublin - Police in Northern Ireland on Monday issued a security alert in Derry after receiving a report about a hijacked van, and arrested a fifth man over a car bombing in the city being linked to a dissident republican paramilitary group.

Musculoskeletal risks linked to recycling waste

London - Recycling is beneficial to the planet, whether conducted by the average home owner or by waste collection teams. There are aspects that need to be taken care of, however, such as avoiding musculoskeletal disorders, as a new study points out.

Op-Ed: The Green New Deal is our chance to really honor MLK's legacy

As the U.S. honors the life and legacy of iconic civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. today, we are reminded that the social justice and the climate movements are deeply connected.

Scandal grows around Bolsonaro's politician son

Rio De Janeiro - A suspect payments scandal involving Jair Bolsonaro's son dogged the Brazilian president's maiden foreign trip Monday to attend the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.

The Marshall Tucker Band to bring 2019 tour to New York

The iconic southern rock group, The Marshall Tucker Band, has kicked off their 2019 "Through Hell & High Water… And Back Tour."
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