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CDC overruled — Cruise ship 'No Sail' order to end on October 31

Vice President Mike Pence stopped the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from extending a ban on cruise-ship sailings until 2021, but allowed the ban to be extended until October 31.

Mike Manning joins the cast of 'Days of Our Lives' on NBC

Actor Mike Manning is headed to Salem since he joined the cast of the daytime drama "Days of Our Lives" on NBC. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Op-Ed: 'Proud Boys' cheers Trump's refusal to condemn white supremacy

President Donald Trump, when asked on national television to explicitly condemn white supremacy, responded by saying: "Proud Boys, stand back and stand by. But I'll tell you what, somebody's got to do something about antifa and the left."

Op-Ed: Antonio Sabato Jr. releases greatest memoir of the summer of 2020

Actor and former model Antonio Sabato Jr. released the greatest memoir of the summer of 2020 with "The Untold Story." Digital Journal has the scoop.

2020’s best and worst U.S. cities for people with disabilities

The U.S. is a country marked by extremes of inequality and with social support. One example of this is with the treatment of people with disabilities. New data compares and contrasts different U.S. cities.

Sea level: Greenland ice loss worst in 12,000 years

Paris - Ice loss from Greenland's massive ice sheet will cause sea levels to rise more during the 21st century than they have during any 100-year period in the last 12,000 years, even if global warming is held in check, scientists said Wednesday.

Spain to put entire capital under partial lockdown

Madrid - With coronavirus cases spreading like wildfire, the entire city of Madrid is to be put under partial lockdown, Spain's government said Wednesday as it stepped up measures to fight the epidemic.

Anger after Indian police cremate gang-rape victim

Indian police were accused Wednesday of cremating the body of a teenaged "untouchable" Dalit woman against her family's wishes after she died following an alleged gang-rape by four upper-caste men -- the latest sexual assault to shock the country.

Catching up with Joe Nichols: 'Merle Mondays,' life in quarantine Special

Country star Joe Nichols chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos while quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Patriotic fervor spurs Armenians to sign up for 'fight to the death'

Yerevan - In front of a recruiting office in the Armenian capital, dozens of men -- some already in military fatigues, some chain-smoking -- are milling about, waiting to join a war raging in Nagorny Karabakh.

Why and how organizations need to optimize Wi-Fi

Many types of businesses are seeing the advantages of Wi-Fi technology as an enabler for the Industrial Internet of Things. The advent of W-Fi 6 will improve speed, increase efficiency and reduce congestion in heavy bandwidth usage scenarios.

Top Belarus basketball player jailed for 15 days over protests

Minsk - Belarus's top woman basketball player Yelena Leuchanka was detained on Wednesday at an airport and jailed for 15 days over protests against President Alexander Lukashenko's disputed re-election, a rights group said.

Brazil jobless rate hits record 13.8%

Rio De Janeiro - Brazil's unemployment rate hit a record 13.8 percent from May to July as Latin America's biggest economy suffered the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to official figures released Wednesday.

'Nobody won': Conservatives in Biden hometown left cold by Trump debate

Old Forge - A "Policemen for Trump" hat on his head, Tom Kenney leaves the small room where a dozen or so supporters of the US president are watching the candidates' debate in the swing state of Pennsylvania."I got sick of listening to Biden," he says.

Universal Health Services hit by ransomware attack

Universal Health Services, one of the largest healthcare providers in the U.S., has been hit by a ransomware attack. Mark Bagley, VP of Product, AttackIQ looks at what this means for businesses.

Sonic boom from fighter jet rattles Paris

Paris - A thunderous noise that panicked residents of Paris on Wednesday was caused by the sonic boom of a fighter jet breaking the sound barrier, police in the French capital said.

After Xi's climate surprise, no biodiversity announcement

Washington - Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday urged global cooperation to protect the Earth's biodiversity but stopped short of making a major environmental commitment at a UN summit notable for the absence of his US counterpart Donald Trump.

Pompeo calls for pope to show 'courage' over China

Rome - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revived a spat with the Vatican Wednesday during a visit to Rome, a month ahead of the US elections and hot on the heels of a diplomatic breach that experts see as an effort to win conservative Catholic votes.

Armenia and Azerbaijan vow to keep fighting as deaths mount

Stepanakert - Armenia and Azerbaijan vowed to keep fighting and rejected international calls for negotiations on Wednesday as clashes over the disputed Nagorny Karabakh region raged for a fourth day.

Op-Ed: Surprising no-drug anti-cancer research delivers great results

Singapore - Chemotherapy and other heavy-duty treatments can do only so much. A novel method using nanomaterials to deliver cellular self-destruct messages to cancerous growths is looking very good.
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