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Review: Sister Hazel premieres refreshing new track 'Whirlwind Girl' Special

Acclaimed band Sister Hazel has released their new track "Whirlwind Girl," which they premiered exclusively on Digital Journal.

Brenda Lee talks Music City Walk of Fame, remembers legends, fans Special

On August 17, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Brenda Lee chatted with Digital Journal about her forthcoming star on Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame, and she remembers several music legends that he lost.

Adam Lambert pays tribute to 'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin

On August 16, 2018, Grammy-nominated pop star Adam Lambert expressed his condolences for the "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin on social media.

Actor Sam Medina discusses 'Mile 22,' working with Mark Wahlberg Special

Actor Sam Medina chatted with Digital Journal about his new film "Mile 22," where he plays opposite Mark Wahlberg. "Mile 22" comes out in theaters on Friday, August 17.

Maurice Benard celebrates 25 years as Sonny on 'General Hospital'

On August 13, acclaimed actor Maurice Benard celebrated his 25-year anniversary on the hit daytime drama "General Hospital."

2018 NASH Next competition to take place at Opry City Stage in NY

New York - The 2018 NASH Next Country Challenge Showcase, a live country music competition, will be presented on August 21 at Opry City Stage in Times Square, New York.

New pesticide is as harmful to bumblebees as Neonicotinoids

Agricultural pesticides are used to kill the pests that damage or destroy our crops, but at the same time, these pest killers are also killing the very pollinators that make agriculture possible. So it is with Sulfoxaflor, a new pesticide.

Benetton — more than just brightly-coloured pullovers

Paris - Italian company Benetton, perhaps best known for its bright-coloured sweaters and hard-hitting advertising campaigns, has received a lot of unwanted publicity this week in the wake of the deadly bridge collapse in Genoa.

Merkel expects tough talks with Putin

Berlin - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she expected tough talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday on issues from the Syria and Ukraine conflicts to energy cooperation.

Augmented reality software helping in battle against wildfires

As large swathes of California continue to be consumed by wildfires, some fire departments have turned to Augmented Reality to keep personnel in the field informed with real-time updates and information.

Where are Amazon packages stolen most?

While Amazon and other online retailers deliver more and more to our doorstep, package theft is on the rise. New research reveals the most likely spots where a parcel will be stolen.

Renewable energy startup is lighting up London

London - A London-based, online renewables only energy provider called Bulb is not only growing its number of users, the company is also attracting investment from big firms based in the U.S. and Russia.

Britain is 'on-track' for coal-free summers as coal-power dips

London - Great Britain is on the verge of doing away with the need for coal-fired power over the summer months, according to analysts. This is the headline seen in a new quarterly report on the country's energy mix.

Top entry-level tech jobs revealed

The most popular entry-level technology jobs in the U.S. employment market have been revealed in a new survey, from the recruitment site Indeed.

Sports photographer talks European Championships, technology Special

Acclaimed sports photographer Daniel Mitchell chatted about his experience at the 2018 European Championships, and the latest photographic equipment and new technologies, which include mirrorless cameras.

South Sudan's child soldiers hope for life after war

Gambela - By the time Baba John escaped the tribal militia he had joined as an 11-year-old, he had long stopped counting the number of people he had killed."I shot people. We all did," said Baba John.

Prosecutor in Chilean sex abuse scandal targets bishops

Rancagua - The prosecutor in charge of investigating a massive sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church in Chile said several bishops could face charges after he questions the Cardinal Archbishop of Santiago, Ricardo Ezzati, for the first time next week.

Review: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is a funny escapist comedy Special

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is a hilarious and occasionally touching rom-com that features a ground-breaking cast with a collective experience.

Trump says DC rained on military parade, will go to Paris instead

Washington - US President Donald Trump said Friday he had cancelled a military parade planned for November due to high costs -- hours after the Pentagon indefinitely postponed the much-maligned event -- and would instead head to Paris for ceremonies marking the end...

Row over Putin's attendance at Austria minister's wedding

Vienna - The expected attendance of Russian President Vladimir Putin at Saturday's wedding of Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl sparked a row Friday over whether the visit was appropriate.
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