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Melissa Etheridge releases bold new rock song 'Faded by Design' Special

Rock queen Melissa Etheridge has released her new song "Faded By Design," which is the lead single from her upcoming album.

Review: Adam Lambert inspires listeners to 'Feel Something' with new song Special

On February 22, international pop recording artist Adam Lambert released his new song, the soaring and emotional "Feel Something."

Could 'off-the-grid technology' be the future of electricity?

Oakville - The renewable energy boom is pushing the electrical grid to its limits, forcing electrical distribution businesses to look closer at generation technologies (DG) and storage services.

Venezuela sea aid bid puts quiet Curacao in spotlight

Colon - A sleepy island best known for beaches and a blue liquor named after it has become the focus of a tense bid to bring aid by sea to Venezuela, in the face of warnings that the country's military will block it.

Review: Nightly releases stunning song 'No Call, No Reply' Special

On Friday, February 22, the musical duo Nightly released their new song "No Call, No Reply" via their label Interscope Records.

Venezuela's Guaido defies travel ban as aid row turns deadly

C - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido claimed the military helped him defy a travel ban by the government of President Nicolas Maduro as he joined thousands over the Colombian border on Friday for a charity concert to push for humanitarian aid deli...

Virgin Galactic space plane takes first test passenger into space

In its first flight with a test passenger on board, Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo VSS Unity flew into the Mojave sunrise this morning (Feb. 22) and soared to an altitude of 55.87 miles (89.9 kilometers), just two months after its first flight.

Pro-Maduro concert begins at Colombian border

Ure - A three-day pro-regime concert called by Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro to rival a charity music festival organized by British entrepreneur Richard Branson began on Friday with declarations of loyalty to the socialist leader.

Curacao blocks Venezuela aid ship cargo: captain

Colon - Curacao island authorities on Friday blocked Venezuelan opposition supporters from loading humanitarian aid donations onto a ship to sail to their country, officials said, with the government citing security.

Q&A: Brain Corp to provide AI services to Walmart Special

Brain Corp recently announced it will provide AI services to the world’s largest retailer, Walmart, by rolling out over 360 BrainOS-powered floor scrubbers in stores nationwide by the end of its fiscal year. Brain Corp explain more.

Google to ditch mandatory-arbitration policy after mass protest

Forced arbitration is a corporate practice whereby employees waive their right to take some employer disputes to court and instead must settle the matters privately.

NASA warns SpaceX and Boeing of design risks of launch systems

NASA has warned SpaceX and Boeing Co of design and safety concerns for their competing astronaut launch systems, according to industry sources and a new government report, threatening the U.S. bid to revive its human spaceflight program later this year.

Samsung and Apple phones lose ground to Huawei due to high prices

Market research by tech firm Gartner shows Huawei's share of the smartphone market rose to almost 15 percent during the three months ending in December of 2018. This is a gain of 4 percentage points from the same period in 2017

Ford Motors looking into possible emissions, gas mileage problems

Ford Motor Co. has launched an investigation into whether flaws in an internal mathematical model may have caused it to overstate gas mileage and understate emissions from a wide range of vehicles.

Virgin Galactic takes crew of three to altitude of 55 miles

Washington - Virgin Galactic's spacecraft reached an altitude of more than 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) on Friday, carrying for the first time a passenger in addition to its two pilots.

Sudan's Bashir stands firm in face of protests

Khartoum - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, long wanted on genocide and war crimes charges, has declared a nationwide state of emergency as he bids to stay in power despite weeks of anti-regime protest.

Woman dies after eating at Michelin-star restaurant in Spain

Madrid - A woman who died after eating at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain may have suffered food poisoning, a local court said on Friday.

Trump's 'great chemistry' with Kim Jong Un put to test at summit

Washington - Convinced he has forged a budding friendship with Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump frequently boasts that he has made history with the North Korean leader.

US Venezuela envoy departs for Colombia on aid flight

Miami - US special representative Elliott Abrams departed the US on Friday for the Colombian city of Cucuta on a plane carrying American humanitarian aid for crisis-hit Venezuela.

US 'House of Horrors' couple pleads guilty to torturing kids

Los Angeles - A California couple pleaded guilty Friday to imprisoning and torturing 12 of their 13 children in a grisly "house of horrors" case that gained international attention.
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