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Op-Ed: Why no one believes Floyd Mayweather is staying retired

Every time Floyd Mayweather engages members of media to promote his fighters under his own Mayweather Promotions or to make announcement about his projects, there will always be a couple of questions about a potential ring return.

Turkish Syrian operation forces US to make hard choice

Washington - Turkey's dramatic intervention in Syria could prove a setback for the Islamic State group -- but it forces the United States to make a difficult choice between two unpredictable allies.

Review: Tegan Marie dazzles at 'Good Morning America' debut performance Special

New York - On August 29, rising country darling Tegan Marie performed live on "Good Morning America" in the heart of New York City.

NBA News and Rumors: DeMarcus Cousins to Chicago Bulls?

Chicago - Its been a strange off season for the Chicago Bulls. On one hand they sent star point guard Derrick Rose to New York, but then turned around and signed free agent shooting guard Dwayne Wade, a move that makes one wonder what happens with Jimmy Butler?

2016 NFL Power Rankings: Preseason week 4 undated standings

Dallas - The NFL preseason schedule took its toll this weekend as Tony Romo's injury will have a major impact on the entire league and especially in the NFC East.

Interviewing the Interviewer: Cody Alan from CMT opens up Special

Award-winning media personality Cody Alan gets the tables turned on him. Digital Journal chatted with the beloved CMT host and executive producer.

Japan grants $2M for Maryland-Washington high-speed train study

The government of Japan has approved a fund of $2 million to finance a feasibility study on the plan to build a high-speed railway from Baltimore in Maryland to Washington.

Apple could be hit with its largest tax penalty ever

One of the worst-case scenarios for Apple's tax predicament might come true this week. Previous estimates have pegged Apple's liability over back taxes in Ireland at as much as $19 billion, but other estimates have it at under $1 billion.

Clashes between Turkey, US-backed Kurds in Syria 'unacceptable' for US

Washington - Clashes between Turkish forces and units affiliated with a US-backed Kurdish-led alliance in Syria are "unacceptable", the Pentagon said Monday, calling on all sides to "stand down".

Rome mayor reticent on 2024 Olympic bid

Rome - Rome mayor Virginia Raggi remains reticent on her city's bid to host the 2024 Olympics, saying Monday that it would be better to first think about "abandoned municipal installations".

Chatting with Charles Esten: Music star, Deacon from 'Nashville' Special

Huntington - On Aug. 28, actor and country singer Charles Esten sat down and chatted with me prior to his concert at The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island.

Actor Gene Wilder has died at 83

Jerome Silberman, known to the world as Gene Wilder, died on Monday at his home in Stamford, Conneticut, due to complications from Alzheimer's. He was 83.

Google may have to pay publishers when content shows in results

Lawmakers in Europe are proposing an update to copyright law. If the proposal passes and is implemented, then news aggregators, such as Google News, may change the way they show news to you.

Op-Ed: David Hernandez's 'Beautiful' is best music video of the summer

"American Idol" alum David Hernandez has released the best music video of the summer of 2016 for his uplifting single "Beautiful."

UN chief urges Myanmar to respect human rights

Singapore - Myanmar's new leadership must overcome discrimination and promote inclusive development with "full respect" for human rights, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Monday on the eve of a visit to the country.

Arctic sea ice containing mercury harms sea life

Melbourne - Scientists have detected traces of methylmercury (a dangerous neurotoxin) in sea ice floating in the Southern Ocean. This presents a risk to seabirds and other marine life.

Tidal power turbines activated in Scotland

Lerwick - Tidal powered turbines installed off the coast of Shetland (Bluemull Sound) have been connected to the electricity grid and could herald a "new era" in tidal energy.

Thieves in truck drag ATM machine right out of Saskatchewan town

Thieves dragged an ATM machine right of a small Saskatchewan town in the early hours of Sunday morning, pulling it out the main drag and onto the highway. It's the latest in a string of ATM thefts in the province.

US alarm as Turkey warns Syrian Kurd militia of more strikes

Istanbul - Turkey warned Monday it would carry out more strikes on a US-backed Kurdish militia in Syria if it fails to retreat, as Washington said President Barack Obama will meet his Turkish counterpart over the weekend.

See transit cop pull man from tracks seconds before train arrives

Secaucus - A New Jersey transit police officer is being hailed as a hero after he dragged a despondent man from the railroad tracks seconds before a speeding train arrived.
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