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Op-Ed: Dumb demographics, deranged elections, and the Great Divide

Washington - The four-year ultra-psychosis of American elections does get a bit samey. People are suddenly fanatical on subjects they know less than nothing about. Studying the process shows some very odd things.

A massive ‘tsunami’ of plastic waste covers Honduras beaches

A massive wave of trash has washed up on the beaches of Omoa in northern Honduras, leaving pristine tropical beaches blighted by piles of garbage. The trash, bobbing in the ocean and piled up on the beach, is mostly plastic refuse.

Review: Erik Fellows talks about 'The Bay,' is spotlighted in JLJ Media Special

Actor Erik Fellows was spotlighted in JLJ Media, where he was interviewed by host James Lott Junior. He opened up about being a part of the Emmy award-winning digital drama series "The Bay."

A CBD Spin on the King of Cocktails – CBD Old Fashioned Recipe

If you only learn one cocktail, you might as well learn the first in the book: Whiskey Old Fashioned. Better yet, why not try our CBD-infused Old Fashioned recipe?

Review: TIFF 20: ‘Ammonite’ digs beneath the stereotypic veneer (capsule) Special

‘Ammonite’ is a raw and intimate portrait of forbidden love that pulls two women out of their morose state, even if only temporarily.

Two US police shot as protests erupt over Breonna Taylor case

Louisville - Two police officers were shot as angry protests rippled across the United States after authorities announced no one would be charged with the killing of Breonna Taylor.

US lashes out at China over COVID-19 pandemic at UN meeting

At the 75th UN General Assembly meeting on Tuesday tensions between the US and China took center stage. Trump in his speech lashed out at Peking blaming China for the COVID-19 pandemic claiming that it unleashed the virus on the world.

Swiss vote threatens free movement in heart of Europe

Geneva - A Swiss vote Sunday on limiting EU immigration is not expected to pass, but fears abound that a shock "yes" could deal a fatal blow to relations with the bloc.

Arab leaders voice alarm at UN over Iran tensions

New York - Arab leaders voiced fears Wednesday before the United Nations of new conflict in the region as tensions soar between Iran and the United States.

Life still precarious for pangolins despite Vietnam's illegal trade crackdown

Ninh B - Head keeper Tran Van Truong gently takes a curled-up pangolin into his arms, comforting the shy creature rescued months earlier from traffickers in Vietnam.

Gunnar Bentz talks about Cali Condors, ISL, digital age, and fans Special

Olympic gold medalist swimmer Gunnar Bentz chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the second season of the International Swimming League (ISL), where he will be a part of the Cali Condors.

Clinical psychologist Dr. Nancy Lee opens up about her new book Special

Dr. Nancy Lee chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her book "Don't Sleep with Him Yet: A Badass Guide to Dating in 10 Empowering Steps."

New bid but little hope to reform UN Security Council

New York - A flurry of world leaders have appealed again to the United Nations to reform the Security Council, reviving a bid launched 15 years ago.

Review: TIFF 2020: ‘The Father’ is devastatingly authentic (capsule) Special

‘The Father’ puts viewers in the shoes of a man with dementia by creating a purposefully confusing and disorienting narrative.

Michael Chadwick talks about Toronto Titans and ISL Season 2 Special

World champion swimmer Michael Chadwick chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the upcoming second season of the International Swimming League (ISL), which will be starting in Budapest, Hungary, next month.

Lenny Krayzelburg talks about Los Angeles Current, ISL Season 2 Special

Olympic gold medalist swimmer and Los Angeles Current General Manager Lenny Krayzelburg chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the second season of the International Swimming League (ISL).

Amazon city of Manaus may have reached 'herd immunity': study

S - The Brazilian city of Manaus, which was devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, may have suffered so many infections that its population now benefits from "herd immunity," according to a preliminary study.

Q&A: Making the best university application during the COVID era Special

For many students, attending high school is part of a larger goal: to attend a university whose education and community will shape one’s life. But what is the best way to apply and how has this changed under COVID-19?

No deal with Israel, but Saudi pushes outreach to Jews

Apo - From scrubbing hate-filled school textbooks to a taboo-defying religious sermon, Saudi Arabia is pushing for another kind of normalisation after declining to establish formal relations with Israel -- co-existence with Jews.

TikTok urges court to block Trump's ban on app in US

San Francisco - TikTok is urging a federal court to block US President Donald Trump from banning the video app, arguing the move is motivated by election politics rather than legitimate national security concerns.
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