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Review: Eminem flops on new studio album 'Revival' Special

Rapper Eminem is back with his new studio effort "Revival," and it is one of the worst musical works of his career. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Billionaire founder of Canada drug firm in 'suspicious' death

Ottawa - Canada's global pharmaceutical giant Apotex has confirmed the death of its billionaire founder Barry Sherman, after police reported two "suspicious" deaths at the couple's upscale Toronto home.

Microsoft launches 'AI for Earth' project

There's plenty of predictions (not to mention dystopian literature) about the threat of intelligent machines. Microsoft have taken a different tract and put forward how artificial intelligence can save the planet.

Former country singer Austin Rick breaks his silence in Nashville

Former country singer Austin Rick is one of Nashville's silence breakers, who spoke up against Nashville powerhouse publicist Kirt Webster.

Vatican returns shrunken 'warrior' head to Ecuador

Vatican City - The Vatican museum has returned a shrunken head to Ecuador, relinquishing the wizened cranium of an Amazon warrior nearly 100 years after it was taken by a missionary.

Europe's far-right leaders hail 'historic' Austrian govt deal

Prague - Europe's far-right leaders including Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders on Saturday hailed as "historic" the government coalition deal struck by their Austrian Freedom Party (FPOe) peer with the conservatives.

China unveils three year plan to dominate AI

Bejing - China has unveiled a three year action plan to take the lead in the world's burgeoning artificial intelligence industry. The plan is driven from the top of the Chinese government.

John Illsley of Dire Straits talks Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Special

John Illsley, the bass player of the British rock band Dire Straits, chatted with Digital Journal about his group's 2018 forthcoming induction into the coveted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Drones can transform the insurance sector

Unmanned aerial vehicles can help the insurance sector deliver faster services. Drones are being tested to carry out inspections of houses prior to claims being paid out.

Islamic State: What happened to all the foreign fighters?

Washington - An estimated 40,000 people traveled from around the world to take up arms for the Islamic State group as it occupied territory in Syria and Iraq and declared a caliphate in 2014.

California wildfire grows as Santa Ana winds continue to blow

Los Angeles - The so-called Thomas Fire in Southern California has grown to become the third largest fire on record in the state, destroying more than 1,000 buildings, including well over 700 homes, as well as taking the life of a firefighter.

James Maslow talks Big Time Rush, Jordin Sparks, plans for 2018 Special

2017 iHeartRadio "Rising Star" winner James Maslow chatted with Digital Journal about his tenure with Big Time Rush, the key to longevity in the industry, as well as his favorite hobbies and dream collaborations.

Review: Sheryl Crow magnificent on new original song 'The Dreaming Kind' Special

Grammy-winning songstress Sheryl Crow has released a new original song "The Dreaming Kind," where she pays tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook School tragedy.

UN council weighs measure rejecting US Jerusalem decision

New York - The UN Security Council is considering a draft resolution finding any change to the status of Jerusalem has no legal effect and must be reversed, after the US recognized the city as Israel's capital.

Interview with Tyler Clary: Olympic gold medalist swimmer Special

Olympic gold medalist swimmer Tyler Clary chatted with Digital Journal about his career as a professional swimmer for Team USA.

Op-Ed: Five women that belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

With the late Nina Simone and Sister Rosetta Tharpe getting posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, here are five women that are noticeably still missing from the Rock Hall.

Gene therapy and possible cure for hemophilia A

London - In breakthrough scientific research, medics have used gene therapy in an attempt to rid hemophiliacs with one variant of the genetic disease. Eleven of thirteen patients now appear to free of the disease.

Making cybersecurity stronger in harsh environments

Remaining protected from cyber attacks is diffiucult at the best of times. It is more challenging in extreme environments, such as a war zone. New research offers some solutions.

Review: Dash Berlin rocks Marquee Nightclub in New York City Special

New York - Electronic sensation Dash Berlin performed at Marquee Nightclub in New York, for a great turnout of fans, who gathered in the freezing weather.

Austria's 'statesmanlike' far-right chief

Vienna - Heinz-Christian Strache, the head of Austria's far-right party and the next vice-chancellor, dismisses his youthful dalliance with neo-Nazism as when he was "stupid, naive and young".
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