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Ford to phase out all but two cars it sells in North America

Dearborn - On Wednesday, Ford Motors announced that it had a first-quarter profit of $1.7 billion, adding that its traditional car lineup will be trimmed soon to just the Mustang and a new Focus Active crossover that comes out next year.

Agitated Trump unleashes in TV interview

Washington - A riled-up Donald Trump let loose on everything from the Russia probe, to "crimes" by his opponents, to his legal tangles with a porn star Thursday, in a free-wheeling interview live on TV.

Op-Ed: Top officials pushing for a NAFTA agreement soon

Washington - Regular negotiations for NAFTA stopped some time ago to be replaced by negotiations between ministers from the US, Mexico and Canada. A handful of high placed politicians are working out a deal behind closed doors.

Canada invests $2.7 billion in Quantum radar technology

Stealth technology may be on the way out, now that The University of Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), has received a $2.7 million investment from Canada’s Department of National Defence in order to develop quantum-based radar.

DJ Avicii 'could not go on any longer': family

Stockholm - Swedish superstar Avicii, one of the world's most successful DJs who died a week ago aged 28, "wanted peace" and "could not go on any longer", his family said in an open letter on Thursday.

Microsoft removes handgun emoji

Microsoft has joined the other major technology companies in removing its handgun emoji. The computer firm has replaced its image of a handgun with a toy.

China installs 9.65 gigawatts of solar power in 1st quarter 2018

Beijing - China's National Energy Administration announced on April 24 that the country had installed 9.65 gigawatts(GW) of new solar photovoltaics (PV) capacity which is up 22 percent on the same period a year ago and beyond analysts' predictions.

'Golden State Killer,' an ex-cop, US Navy vet, warehouse worker

Washington - It was one of the most notorious unsolved crime sprees in US history -- a decade-long series of sadistic rapes and murders that terrorized tranquil California neighborhoods.

Southern Halo talks new album, future plans, The Swon Brothers Special

Natalia Morris, the lead vocalist, guitarist and principal songwriter of the country trio Southern Halo, chatted with Digital Journal about their new album "Just Like In the Movies."

Agnez Mo signs with 300 Entertainment, hints at new music

Indonesian music superstar Agnez Mo has signed to 300 Entertainment. The world renowned and multi-faceted entertainer hints at new music.

Bill Cosby found guilty of sexual assault

Norristown - US television icon Bill Cosby was convicted of sexual assault Thursday in the first celebrity courtroom battle of the #MeToo era -- a combative retrial that capped his fall from grace and offered vindication to scores of women who accused him of abuses...

Global hotel room doors were vulnerable to hacking

The majority of electronic hotel door locks worldwide were vulnerable to hacking, according to a new assessment. This raised several security concerns. The vulnerability now appears to have been resolved.

Mark Zuckerberg revealed one of his 'great regrets'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he regrets not having a bigger impact on "the way that mobile platforms developed" in the last decade.

Cosby: from US cultural icon to convicted sex offender

Norristown - From US cultural icon blazing past racial barriers to convicted sex offender: Thursday's guilty verdict will now likely see Bill Cosby, "America's Dad," swap a life of wealth and privilege for prison.

Ottawa, Alberta poised for conflict over new methane regulations

Ottawa - In May 2017, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, announced proposed regulations to reduce methane emissions and air pollution from Canada's oil and gas industry. Today, those rules were published, yet not everyone is happy.

Museum has been sitting on real elephant bird egg since 1939

Buffalo - The Buffalo Museum of Science in New York has been sitting on a very rare find. A collections manager with the museum discovered an elephant bird egg nestled away in a cabinet for more than half a century and erroneously labeled as a replica, or cast.

After Senate battle, Pompeo sworn in as US secretary of state

Washington - Former CIA director Mike Pompeo was sworn in as America's top diplomat Thursday after a bruising battle over his hardliner image, and immediately embarked on a mission to Europe and the Middle East with a strong declaration of support from President Do...

North Korea sued for 'killing' former detainee Otto Warmbier

Washington - The parents of Otto Warmbier, the US student jailed by North Korea before being sent home in a coma where he died days later, sued the Pyongyang regime Thursday for the alleged torture and murder of their son.

Nicaragua looks to talks to soothe unrest

Managua - Nicaragua on Thursday was hanging on to the prospect of talks to calm anti-government sentiment behind a week of protests in which at least 37 people died, according to rights groups.

After nine-hour livestream, Shawn Mendes reveals album

New York - Fans of Shawn Mendes who had the patience to watch a nine-hour livestream have learned the name of his next album. It is... "Shawn Mendes.
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