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Oakland 'feels the Bern' as Sanders barnstorms the Bay Area Special

Oakland - As the California primaries fast approach, Bernie Sanders is barnstorming the Bay Area with a series of appearances throughout Northern California.

Sergey Kovalev takes tune up bout ahead of Andre Ward fight

Unbeaten Russian light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev is going home to Russia to face Malawian challenger Isaac Chilemba in a tune-up fight for his much-awaited clash with unbeaten light heavyweight challenger Andre Ward later this year.

A widow remembers her Vietnam Vet husband Special

Sonoma - The 58th annual Memorial Day Celebration was held this morning at The Veteran's Memorial Building in Sonoma not far from the Plaza, which is the heart of town. Hundreds gathered, among them was a recent widow, Kathy Bramwell Ostram.

Libyan forces now attacking the Islamic State from the east

Surt - Salem Jedran, mayor of the town of Ajdabiya, says troops of the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) are advancing toward the town of Bin Jawad, which has been held by the Islamic State (IS) since early January.

Interview: Psychic Patty Griffin opens up about her mediumship Special

Bridgeport - Connecticut psychic and medium Patty Griffin chats about her mediumship and the Forever Family Foundation: "I am in constant awe to have this amazing gift."

French Jews flee Paris suburbs over rising anti-Semitism

Le Raincy - When Alain Benhamou walked into his apartment near Paris in July 2015 and saw the words "dirty Jew" scrawled on the wall, he knew it was time to leave.

Iraq Kurds retake nine villages from IS

Arbil - Iraq's Kurdish peshmerga forces wrapped up an operation east of the Islamic State group's northern hub of Mosul Monday after recapturing nine villages, a statement said.

Armchair Traveler: A castle that can only be accessed at low tide

While many travelers have heard of Mont St-Michel, the island commune in Normandy, France, most would be surprised to learn that England has its own version, St. Michael's Mount, a small tidal island in Mount's Bay, Cornwall, UK.

Libyan-Canadian Salim Albaradi cleared of all charges in the UAE

Abu Dhabi - Salim Alaradi, a Canadian-Libyan citizen, has been held in jail in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for 642 days. Alaradi was arrested with a number of other business people connected to Libya.

Germany risks Turkey wrath with Armenian 'genocide' vote

Berlin - Germany's parliament votes Thursday on a resolution that qualifies the massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces as "genocide", despite a strong warning from Turkey.

Japan rescuers struggle with lack of clues for missing boy

Toukyo - The search for a seven-year-old Japanese boy missing since his parents abandoned him in a bear-inhabited forest was proving frustratingly difficult due to a lack of clues, a rescuer said Tuesday.

Oil-rich Venezuela scrabbles for dollars

Caracas - Julio Ribas suffers from high blood pressure. If only Venezuela's currency were as high, he might be able to afford some medicine for it.

No communication with the kids? Turn off the electronic media

The sound of silence is the only thing heard in many households today. At the supper table and the living room, children are engrossed in the latest electronic media, or texting on their cell phones, oblivious to parents questions or demands.

NHL News and Rumors: Mark Fayne to Toronto Maple Leafs?

Toronto - This is an important summer for the front office of the Toronto Maple Leafs as they look to continue their rebuilding process, but with the right moves in the next few months, 2017 could see them battle for a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Op-Ed: Time for Donnie Nietes to monetize soaring popularity

Longest reigning Filipino world boxing champion Donnie Nietes needs to seize the moment and monetize his soaring popularity after a very impressive performance against tough challenger Raul Garcia of Mexico Saturday night in Bacolod City, Philippines.

U.S. comic finds humor in abyss of mental illness

Washington - What on earth could be funny about contemplating suicide? Or suffering from bipolar disorder or OCD?Lots, says American comedian Maria Bamford, who's been there, is still fighting and draws on her ordeal to make people laugh.

I. Coast's ex-first lady on trial for crimes against humanity

Abidjan - Ivory Coast's former first lady Simone Gbagbo goes on trial Tuesday for crimes against humanity, but rights groups acting as plaintiffs in the case have pulled out, blasting the proceedings as flawed.

Catching up with Danielle George: American Reflective company Special

Braintree - Owner Danielle George chatted with Digital Journal about her American Reflective clothing company, and her latest endeavors.

NATO urged to ward off 'serious' Russian challenge

Tirana - NATO's parliamentary assembly on Monday called on members of the Western military alliance to be ready to respond to the "potential threat" of Russian aggression against them.

Crocodile safaris urged after Australia attack

Sydney - An outspoken Australian politician Tuesday called for crocodile-shooting safaris to help control their numbers in the wild, after a woman was taken by one of the feared reptiles while swimming.
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