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Review: Gordon Lightfoot melts hearts at Tarrytown Music Hall in New York Special

Tarrytown - On May 17, acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot headlined the exquisite Tarrytown Music Hall in upstate New York for a great turnout of fans.

Review: Madonna delivers horrible live performance at Eurovision 2019 Special

Tel Aviv - On May 18, pop queen Madonna performed at Eurovision 2019, however, her live performance was a flop, failing to impress audiences all over the world.

Linda Prefontaine opens up about 2019 'Tour de Pre' and Coos Bay Special

Coos Bay - Linda Prefontaine, the sister of running legend Steve Prefontaine, chatted with Digital Journal about the 2019 Tour de Pre.

China shows little interest in renewed trade talks with the US

Chinese state media signaled that the government lacked interest in resuming any trade talks with the US as long as the US continued to threaten to up tariffs even more. The government also said that it would use techniques to stimulate the economy.

Teaching AI to see like a human by filling in the blanks

A new type of artificial intelligence has been developed, which is said by its inventors to see like a human. This has been a achieved by building on existing forms of AI and filling in the blanks that have previously limited full visual perception.

U.S. aerospace startup unveils plans for hypersonic aircraft

Atlanta - Atlanta-based startup Hermeus Corp. announced plans to develop an aircraft that could travel at speeds of up to Mach 5 — cutting travel time from New York to London from seven hours to 90 minutes.

India's marathon vote ends, Modi on tenterhooks over second term

Kolkata - Voting ended Sunday in India's most acrimonious election in decades, one that will decide whether Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets a second term in power.

Lasers developed for non-invasive cancer diagnosis and treatment

Scientists have developed a new way to assess a human for signs of diseases, using lasers for a novel non-invasive approach. This is based on a new laser microscope that has been initially tested out to assess for signs of skin cancer.

Review: Adam Lambert amazing on 'American Idol' finale, debuts new single Special

On May 19, Grammy-nominated pop star Adam Lambert performed live on the Season 17 finale of the reality singing competition "American Idol," which aired on ABC.

Review: Dutch singer Duncan Laurence mesmerizes Eurovision with 'Arcade' Special

Tel Aviv - Duncan Laurence of The Netherlands has a major reason to celebrate. He won Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv with a stirring rendition of "Arcade."

Norbert Hofer: the new 'friendly face' of Austria's far-right

Vienna - After the spectacular corruption scandal which brought down Austria's far-right leader Heinz-Christian Strache, the task of salvaging the fortunes of his Freedom Party (FPOe) will now fall to his unassuming deputy, Norbert Hofer.

Op-Ed: Electrically charged dressings beat bacteria

Indianapolis - A new type of dressing has proven effective at combating bacterial infections in wounds. The dressings are made of “electroceuticals”, materials which can generate 1 volt of electricity, and there are other possible for sterile areas, food, and more.

Review: ‘John Wick 3: Parabellum’ delves deeper and hits harder Special

‘John Wick 3: Parabellum’ has the unbeatable assassin preparing for war in which the odds are even in spite of every trained killer being out to get him.

Op-Ed: Google cuts off Huawei's Android licence adding to its troubles

Following the US government's crackdown on Chinese technology companies particularly Huawei, Google (Alphabet) has cut off Huawei's Android licence. This will deal one more blow to the besieged company.

Swiss vote to tighten gun laws, safeguard EU relations

Geneva - The Swiss voted Sunday to toughen their gun laws and bring them in line with EU legislation, heeding warnings that rejecting the change could have threatened relations with the bloc.

Social equity the slumbering elephant behind legalizing marijuana

Questions about marijuana and social justice have played a prominent role this year in several U.S. states' debates about pot legalization.

Air pollution is slowly killing us, a new global study claims

Air pollution may be harming every organ in our bodies, according to a recently released study by the International Respiratory Society’s Environmental Committee.

Review: Trisha Yearwood honors Frank Sinatra with 'Let's Be Frank' album Special

Multi-Grammy award-winning artist Trisha Yearwood charms on her latest studio offering, "Let's Be Frank," which was released on Gwendolyn Records.

Review: A pleasant evening with Emmy winner Nancy Lee Grahn in New York Special

New York - Two-time Emmy award-winning actress Nancy Lee Grahn hosted an evening at the Emerald Inn in New York City for an intimate group of fans.

Bomb blast hits tourist bus near Egypt pyramids

G - A bomb blast hit a tourist bus near Egypt's famed Giza pyramids on Sunday, wounding some of them, including South Africans, in the latest blow to the country's tourism industry.
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