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Review: Crystal Taliefero earns the spotlight in latest music documentary Special

Long-time Billy Joel band member, Crystal Taliefero, has been an imperative part of the "Piano Man's" live for nearly three decades.

Bitcoin briefly beats $5,300 again as key indicator turns bullish

After a few days of being stuck just above the $5,000 level, bitcoin appears to have begun its stalled recovery again as it managed to reach past the $5,300 level briefly so far today.

Cubans steeled to resist latest US sanctions

Havana - The United States may have announced a raft of measures that could hamper investment in Cuba in a bid to ramp up pressure on the communist government, but in Havana life is trundling along with the usual serenity.

Op-Ed: US to allow some suits against foreign firms in Cuba

Washington - Both Canada and the UK vowed yesterday that they will protect their business from the new Trump policy which will allow lawsuits against foreign companies connected to properties seized from American firms during the Cuban revolution.

North Korea's Kim to meet Putin as tensions rise with US

Moscow - North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un will visit Russia for talks with Vladimir Putin this month, the Kremlin said Thursday, as tensions between Washington and Pyongyang spiked higher.

Anybody have a disc drive? — Mueller report delivered on CD-ROMs

Congress and the American people have been waiting for quite a while to read Special Prosecutor Mueller's report on the "Russia investigation." And the Justice Department hand-delivered the report to Congress at about 11 a.m. Thursday - on CD-ROMs.

Climate change behind dangerous air turbulence for airlines

Sara Nelson, the president of the 50,000 members strong Association of Flight Attendants union, has spoken out on the dangers of climate change and its impact on airlines, airline employees, and travelers.

David Attenborough issues starkest warning yet on climate change

Veteran broadcaster Sir David Attenborough has issued a stark warning over the threat faced by the planet from climate change, ahead of his new BBC television series about the environmental changes affecting our planet.

Op-Ed: 'The Bay' deserves to sweep the 2019 Daytime Emmy Awards

"The Bay" on Amazon Prime has taken the entertainment industry by storm over the last few years, and rightfully so. It has won multiple Emmy Awards along the way, and it finds itself vying for seven more accolades next month.

Fake news war: in Libya, battles also rage on social media

Tripoli - On Libya's front lines, fighters often hold a gun in one hand and a smartphone in the other, using their cameras in the propaganda war.

Zelensky: Ukrainian clown or political wonder boy?

Kiev - Volodymyr Zelensky, a 41-year-old politically inexperienced comedian who is on track to become Ukraine's next president, stirs strong feelings.

LA street vending legalization offers migrants hope, but also challenges

Los Angeles - A chorus of street vendors' pitches ring out on a hot spring day in downtown Los Angeles. "Avocados, avocados from Michoacan," one man shouts with his foot on top of a box filled with the fruit. "Agua fresca!" "Tacos!" call out others.

Journalism in Venezuela: it would be 'a crime' to stop

Rio De Janeiro - Journalism is becoming "very complicated" in Venezuela where power outages, patchy internet and threats of violence have made reporting increasingly difficult, says Luz Mely Reyes. But she says it would be "a crime" to stop.

German company patents gene-edited bacteria to make cannabinoids

Frankfurt - Farmako, a research-based pharmaceutical company headquartered in Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany has applied for a worldwide patent for cannabinoid synthesis - it is the production of cannabinoids from a novel microorganism using glucose.

Review: Dido will melt your heart with new pop album 'Still on My Mind' Special

British pop singer-songwriter Dido is back stronger than ever with her fifth studio album, "Still on My Mind," which was released via BMG.

Indonesia's 'smooth' polls a beacon in sea of strongmen: analysts

Jakarta - Indonesia pulled off a complex yet peaceful election across its vast -- and ethnically diverse -- island territory this week, cementing its place as a democratic beacon in a sea of authoritarian governments, analysts say.

New name, old worries: North Macedonia holds presidential vote

Skopje - North Macedonia holds the first round of its presidential election on Sunday, the country's first vote under a new name as it struggles with enduring economic problems, cronyism and corruption.

Trump took no action to thwart Mueller probe: attorney general

Washington - US Attorney General Bill Barr said Thursday that President Donald Trump took no action to thwart the special counsel's probe into Russian election interference, ahead of the long-awaited release of the final investigation report.

Luckin's multibillion path to becoming the 'Chinese Starbucks'

Coffee startup Luckin is continuing to draw investors as it continues its mission to become the leading chain of coffee shops in China. The company has just closed a Series B-plus funding round, gaining $150 million.

Facebook says it stored 'millions' of unencrypted Instagram passwords

San Francisco - "Millions" of Instagram users had their passwords stored in unencrypted form on internal servers, Facebook said Thursday, raising its original estimate of tens of thousands.
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