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Op-Ed: Bitcoin price recovers to break through $13,000 briefly today

The price of bitcoin recovered to breach the $13,000 level briefly today and has risen more than ten percent over the last 24 hours. Many cryptocurrencies are staging a recovery from the recent downturn.

Elon Musk's top eight areas of interest revealed

Elon Musk was be most publicly associated with SpaceX and Tesla, by the technology entrepreneur is involved in a variety of projects crossing eight major industrial sectors, according to a new report.

Canada pharma tycoon and wife were murdered, private detectives say: report

Montr - Private investigators hired by the children of late Canadian pharmaceutical tycoon Barry Sherman concluded that he and his wife were murdered, the Toronto Star reported Saturday.

Adam Lambert working on new music, to tour Australia with Queen

Grammy-nominated pop star Adam Lambert has shared his latest news with his fans about his endeavors for the New Year "2018."

Tens of thousands take to US streets for Women's March

Washington - Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of US cities on Saturday for a second Women's March opposing President Donald Trump on the first anniversary of his inauguration.

DR Congo on edge ahead of 'banned' protest

Kinshasa - A heavy police presence is expected in the Democratic Republic of Congo capital Kinshasa on Sunday ahead of planned protests demanding that President Joseph Kabila leave power.

Maritime industry shifting to more efficient electric propulsion

Rotterdam - Globally, all modes of transportation are gradually being converted to electrical propulsion, and that now includes the maritime industry. One company, Netherlands-based Port-Liner, is building two giant all-electric barges dubbed the "Tesla ships."

Op-Ed: US successfully tests small nuclear power plant for Mars mission

Washington - In what is actually a very large step forward, NASA has tested a small, “paper towel roll” sized nuclear power plant to deliver power for a Mars mission. The fallout from this idea, pun intended, will be interesting.

Jamaica declares emergency over parts of island as gun crime soars

Montego Bay - Jamaica has declared a state of emergency in the island's second city Montego Bay, where authorities are battling to stem a wave of killings.

Review: Phillip Phillips terrific on new album 'Collateral' Special

On January 19, singer-songwriter and Season 11 American Idol winner Phillip Phillips released his highly-anticipated album, "Collateral," on Interscope Records.

AI, virtual reality make inroads in tourism sector

Madrid - A hotel room automatically adjusting to the tastes of each guest, virtual reality headsets as brochures: the tourism sector is starting to embrace new technologies, hoping to benefit from lucrative personal data.

Restless Heart back on the road with 35th anniversary tour

Iconic country group Restless Heart is back on the road as part of their 35th anniversary tour, where they will share their music with their country fans.

Review: ‘Delicate Balance’ holds up as a study of bourgeois hypocrisy Special

Toronto - It’s hard to review Soulpepper’s production of “A Delicate Balance” without bringing up the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against former artistic director Albert Schultz. Even though they have nothing to do with the play.

Op-Ed: Many questions arising about cryptocoin tether and Bitfinex

Hong Kong - Suspicions about the relationship of the exchange Bitfinex and the cryptocoin tether continue to increase as Tether Holdings issues more and more tethers.

N. Korea delegates arrive in Seoul for pre-Olympics inspection

Seoul - North Korean delegates arrived in Seoul on Sunday on their way to inspect venues and prepare cultural performances for next month's Winter Olympics, in the first visit by Pyongyang officials to the South for four years.

JPMorgan makes push into payments technology

JPMorgan appears to be making a big push into payments technology. A new markets report signals that digital banking becomes a strategic priority for the "bulge bracket banks."

How a tropical pathogen came to reside in the Pacific Northwest

Flagstaff - In what is being described as “The Teddy Roosevelt effect,” a deadly fungus in the Pacific Northwest may have arrived from Brazil via the Panama Canal, according to a new study led by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen).

Liberia's Weah seeks to reassure ahead of inauguration

Monrovia - Incoming Liberian president George Weah on Saturday sought to dispel accusations he is ill-prepared to take the reins of his fragile west African country, and said his priority would be maintaining peace.

Op-Ed: Russell Dickerson is the 'One to Watch in 2018' in country music

Rising country artist Russell Dickerson is the "One to Watch in 2018," especially when it comes to promising country singer-songwriters.

Interview: Ross Nodurft, former White House Cyber Chief Special

Ross Nodurft, former Chief of the Cyber and National Security team in the White House OMB has taken up a new role as Vice President of Risk Management at OWI. He talks with Digital Journal about cybersecurity and related subjects.
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