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Essential Science: How does cannabis affect the brain?

The impact of cannabis on the brain is a subject to circling medical study, with studies offering different evidence and contrasting perspectives. We take in two recent studies looking at different aspects.

Op-Ed: Forget the Mueller report — Trump has damaged American democracy

Republican and Democratic lawmakers clashed sharply on Sunday over the meaning of the Mueller report, even though they have yet to be briefed on its contents. But regardless of what the special counsel's report says, Trump has damaged our democracy.

Laura Wright scores 2019 Daytime Emmy nod for 'General Hospital'

Acclaimed actress Laura Wright has scored a 2019 Daytime Emmy nomination for her role as Carly Corinthos on "General Hospital."

Review: Long Island band nails Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's 'Shallow' Special

Wantagh - On March 23, the Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot performed at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh on Long Island.

Relief, and questions, in Norway after dramatic cruise rescue

Oslo - Norway breathed a collective sigh of relief on Monday after the dramatic rescue of a stricken cruise ship off its coast, but questions mounted about why the vessel chose to sail into notoriously perilous waters in a storm.

Trina LaFargue talks about 'Five Feet Apart' film and Will Smith Special

Actress Trina LaFargue chatted with Digital Journal about the feature film "Five Feet Apart" from CBS Films and Lionsgate.

US will not 'stand idly' on Russian role in Venezuela: Pompeo

Washington - Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Russia Monday the United States will not "stand idly by" as Moscow inserts military personnel into Venezuela to support the regime of President Nicolas Maduro.

Israeli claim to the Golan Heights rejected internationally

The US is the only country in the world so far to recognize Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights. The US recognition may not have much effect on international recognition but could be of some help in electing Netanyahu.

Judas Priest to kick off 2019 'Firepower' North American Tour

Judas Priest has announced their 2019 North American Tour, which will kick off this spring. It will be in support of their latest studio album, "Firepower."

Mozambique cyclone survivors face 'ticking bomb' of disease

Beira - The Red Cross warned Monday that survivors of a powerful cyclone that pummelled southern Africa face "a ticking bomb" of disease even as aid workers reached those affected by the storm.

Desert truffles are Libya's 'manna from heaven'

Libya - Braving the cold and hostile Libyan desert, Milad Mohammed scratches the ground to extract what he calls "manna from heaven" -- white truffles coveted as a delicacy at home and abroad.

Macron picks career diplomat to lead European Parliament battle

Paris - France's European Affairs Minister Nathalie Loiseau said Monday that she would resign her post to lead President Emmanuel Macron's centrist campaign for the European Parliament elections in May, hoping to counter a populist and eurosceptic wave in cou...

Feds boast that nuclear energy is the 'real new green deal'

On Friday, while in Georgia, Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced a major $3.7 billion boost to keep afloat the last remaining commercial nuclear reactors under construction in the U.S., claiming, “this is the real new green deal.”

Trump declares 'complete exoneration' after Mueller finds no collusion

Washington - US President Donald Trump declared Sunday that he had been completely exonerated after his campaign was cleared of colluding with Russia in the 2016 election, in a major boost for his re-election hopes.

EU completes no-deal Brexit preparations

Apo - The EU announced Monday it has completed its preparations for Britain crashing out of the bloc without a divorce accord, as fears of a chaotic "no-deal" Brexit grow.

Polish dailies print blank front page in EU copyright appeal

Warsaw - Major Polish newspapers printed blank front pages on Monday in an appeal to the European Parliament to adopt controversial copyright reforms that have pitted traditional media firms against internet giants.

Gandhi vows basic income for millions of India's poorest if PM

New Delhi - Opposition leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday vowed a "final assault on poverty" in India if elected prime minister in May, promising a minimum income for tens of millions of the country's poorest.

Macron under fire for lecturing elderly woman hurt at protest

Nice - France's Emmanuel Macron drew fire Monday after criticising an elderly "yellow vest" protester who was badly injured during a demonstration in Nice at the weekend.

Israel candidate Gantz says willing to use force on Iran

Washington - Benny Gantz, who is posing a stiff challenge to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in upcoming elections, said Monday he would not hesitate to use force on Iran to contain the regional rival.

Review: Gary Clark Jr. brings sultry vocals to Beacon Theatre in New York Special

On March 21, Gary Clark Jr. headlined the Beacon Theatre in the heart of New York City. This was his first of three shows at this hallowed venue.
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