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Kelly Ford to host 'Kelly Ford in the Morning' on NASH FM 94.7

Beloved country radio personality Kelly Ford will be returning to New York City as part of the new "Kelly Ford in the Morning" radio show.

Global warming is creating a groundwater 'time bomb'

Over two billion people worldwide are dependent on groundwater for their source of fresh water. A new study shows we could be facing a groundwater "time bomb" because of climate change.

Cardiff striker Sala 'concerned about plane' in final audio message

Nantes - Cardiff City's record new signing Emiliano Sala expressed concern about his plane shortly before the light aircraft disappeared over the Channel, according to an audio message sent to friends and relatives.

Review: Stephen Puth soars on debut single 'Sexual Vibe' Special

Charlie Puth's younger brother, fellow singer-songwriter Stephen Puth, released his breakthrough radio single "Sexual Vibe."

Q&A: Cloud-native software apps in 2019 Special

With Google Docs leading the way to an ‘open’ approach to cloud-native software, software development could be moving completely into the cloud. There are other factors, however, influencing 2019’s trends as Aurimas Adomavicius explains.

British speedboat killer gives himself up to Georgia police

Tbili - A British man who killed his date in a speedboat crash and went on the run ahead of his trial has given himself up in the ex-Soviet republic of Georgia, police said Wednesday.

John King talks 'Try Saying Goodbye,' technology and Maren Morris Special

Country singer-songwriter John King chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Try Saying Goodbye," which will be released on January 25, 2019.

Mexico backs Maduro as Venezuela president amid crisis

Mexico - Mexico still backs Nicolas Maduro as Venezuelan president, the government's top spokesman said Wednesday after the head of Venezuela's opposition-controlled legislature declared himself interim president.

'History on our side,' Macedonia FM says of name change

Skopje - Supporters of Macedonia's name-change deal with Greece are "on the right side of history" and their critics will eventually agree, Macedonia's foreign minister told AFP as the accord approaches the final step of ratification.

Juan Guaido: the 'kid' taking on Venezuela's Maduro

Caracas - Juan Guaido proudly calls himself a "survivor.

NewsGuard plug-in rates the Daily Mail as untrustworthy

London - The U.K.'s second biggest selling tabloid newspaper, The Daily Mail, which tends to support right wing causes, has criticized a new browser plug-in called NewsGuard for rating its website as not maintaining basic standards for news reporting.

Tesla says no deal has been made to source batteries from Lishen

Juicy news and rumors don't take long to spread on the Internet, so when the first reports came out that Tesla had signed a preliminary agreement with Chinese battery maker Tianjin Lishen, they reverberated rather quickly.

Review: Everyone carves their own paths in this week’s releases - part 1 Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a historical figure; a realistic depiction of a young woman’s choice; a couple of docs about niche interests; two vintage comedies that still make you laugh; and tales of vigilante justice.

Nashville hip-hop artist Z. Smith talks 'Ready Up' and technology Special

Nashville hip-hop artist Z. Smith chatted with Digital Journal about his new song "Ready Up," future plans, and how technology has affected the contemporary music business.

'Stalinist Truman Show' claims it will change art forever

Paris - It is billed as a human "safari", the most controversial and potentially game-changing Russian cultural export since the Ballets Russes left the West shocked and awed 110 years ago.

Microsoft's Bing search engine inaccessible in China

Bejing - Microsoft's Bing search engine was inaccessible in China on Thursday, with social media users fearing it could be the latest foreign website to be blocked by censors.Attempts to open cn.bing.

China says Australian held on national security grounds

Bejing - China said Thursday that Chinese-Australian author and democracy advocate Yang Hengjun was detained on national security grounds, becoming the latest Western citizen to face such accusations from Beijing.

Review: Everyone carves their own paths in this week’s releases - part 2 Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a historical figure; a realistic depiction of a young woman’s choice; a couple of docs about niche interests; two vintage comedies that still make you laugh; and tales of vigilante justice.

In Greek region of Macedonia, anger at imminent name deal

Greece - As lawmakers in Athens are poised to approve a landmark name deal between Greece and Macedonia, there is relief in many European capitals that a 27-year diplomatic dispute is nearing its end.

Time to 'get angry', teen climate activist says in Davos

Davos - Her train journey from Sweden took 32 hours, but Greta Thunberg is not tired. The teenager is dead-set in her mission to persuade the global elite in Davos to take climate action.
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