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This is the most efficient solar cell on record

Nuremberg - Researchers have developed what is described as the world’s most efficient organic solar cell. The cell is formed from a new type of organic molecule and energy capture results from a prototype are described as ‘impressive’.

Argentine submarine find 'first step' to learning disaster's cause

Buenos Aires - The discovery of the wreckage of an Argentine submarine lost a year ago has revived a stalled probe into the cause of the undersea disaster that took the lives of 44 crew members.

Poison's Bret Michaels to play solo rock concert at The Paramount

Huntington - On December 29, rock and roll star Bret Michaels (known as the frontman of Poison) will be performing at The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island.

Trump prompts #RakeAmericaGreatAgain hashtag on Twitter

The leader of Finland denied on Sunday that he’d ever told President Donald Trump that the small Nordic nation relies upon “raking” its forests to prevent wildfires.

Navy proposes land grab in Nevada to enlarge bombing range

The U.S. Navy on Friday released details of a plan to seize more than 600,000 acres of public land in central Nevada to expand its bombing range.

Review: Ricky Skaggs spectacular at 2018 CMA Awards performance Special

On November 14, multi-Grammy winner Ricky Skaggs performed at the 2018 Country Music Association (CMA) awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

Monitoring California's wildfires using satellite technology

Technology is already playing a role in monitoring and assessing the damage caused by the wildfires in California. Governor-elect Gavin Newsom plans to use satellite technology in coordination with a new camera network as an early-warning system.

Review: Big Shot honors Queen at Mulcahy's with 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Special

Wantagh - On November 17, the Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot performed at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall, as part of their Nassau County residency.

Why technology companies are interested in the cannabis industry

Now that, in many countries, cannabis is becoming big businesses technology companies are offering technological solutions, from machine learning to improve cultivation to blockchain to ensure transparent transactions. Several innovations are profiled.

Review: Carrie Underwood crowned 'Female Vocalist' at 2018 CMA awards Special

Nashville - On November 14, 2018, country superstar Carrie Underwood reigned supreme at the 2018 Country Music Association (CMA) awards.

Trump plans key staff changes at crucial point in presidency

Washington - President Donald Trump is planning to make several key staffing changes as he prepares to deal with newly empowered Democrats and with the looming outcome of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Op-Ed: ‘Clean meat’, grown in labs, gets regulatory OK

Washington - The virtual super nova of interest in clean meat has arrived at the regulatory stage. The FDA and USDA are to jointly regulate lab grown meat, in a major new development. Clean meat is heading for the shelves with big money backing.

Trump says doesn't want to hear 'suffering' Khashoggi tape

Washington - US President Donald Trump says he has been fully briefed on an audio recording of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder but does not want to listen to it himself."Because it's a suffering tape.

Brazil judge blocks airing of documents in activist's murder

Rio De Janeiro - A Brazilian judge has forbidden the country's biggest TV channel from broadcasting the contents of investigative documents about the killing of black rights activist Marielle Franco.

New migrant group sets out for US from El Salvador

Sansalvador - Defying US pledges to turn back those seeking asylum at the border, a caravan of about 200 migrants set out Sunday from El Salvador seeking their American dream.

Trans activists attacked during Ukraine march

Kiev - Two activists were attacked with pepper-spray in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on Sunday during a transgender rights march that was interrupted by dozens of far-right protesters.

Russia says no 'automatic' return of disputed islands to Japan

Moscow - Russia said Sunday that upcoming talks about resolving a dispute with Japan over a group of islands claimed by Tokyo would not necessarily result in Moscow relinquishing them."Can you say that this means an automatic return of some territories?

World’s first flexible smartphone launched

The Royole Corp., which is a flexible display manufacturing startup, has launched the world’s first flexible smartphone, beating rivals Apple and Samsung in the race for the first mobile device based on flexible electronics.

World champion Michael Chadwick talks swimming career, technology Special

On November 18, world champion swimmer Michael Chadwick chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming meets, his swimming career and how technology has changed the sport.

Op-Ed: Russian cartoon Masha and the Bear soft Russian propaganda?

Recently the UK newspaper The Times published an article that describes the popular Russian kids' series as Russian "soft propaganda" and showed a number of parallels between Masha and President Putin.
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