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Tom Higgenson of Plain White T's talks new CD, 'Low,' technology Special

Plain White T's lead singer Tom Higgenson chatted with Digital Journal about their new song "Low" from their album "Parallel Universe," which was released on Fearless Records. He spoke about technology and the Music Modernization Act.

Review: Plain White T's tackle melancholy in 'Low' music video Special

On March 15, the rock group Plain White T's released their brand new music video for their single "Low." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Low's tactical switch sees Germany stifle France's midfield

One of the few remaining oddities in this year’s World Cup was whether Didier Deschamps’ France was a legitimate contender.

World Cup 2014 Tactical Preview: France - Germany

Arguably the biggest fixture in the quarterfinal round is between two elite European sides. Germany has reached the semifinals in their last four major international tournaments, while France is aiming to improve on their Euro 2012 campaign.

U.S. jobless claims tumble to three-month low

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected and hit a three-month low last week, a sign of strength in a labor market that has been hobbled by severe weather.

The world’s best low flute players Special

To the uninitiated, a low flute might resemble anything from an iron pretzel to a plumber’s nightmare. But the deep sound it produces easily rivals the sonic equivalents of a tuba and double-bass.

US teen birthrate hits record low in 2011

The teen birthrate in the United States set another new record low in 2011, according to the latest federal data released on Thursday.

Low calorie diets can reduce aging

Reducing the amount of calories people consume might slow the aging process and cut the chance of disease, a study using monkeys has shown.

Canadian Crime Rate at a 25-Year Low

A new report by Statistics Canada shows that across the country crime rates have dropped. one area of possible concern is a rise in crime by youths between the ages of 12-17. Homicide rates are down but serious violent rimes are up.

'Desperate Housewives' Drops in the Ratings

Last Sunday, "Desperate Housewives" recieved the lowest ratings ever in its three-year history.

An Op/Ed On Going Green, and Why Lo-Flo May Not Necessarily Work For You

With all the options out there for us to become more environmentally sensitive, I'd like to add my thoughts on going "lo-flo".

First School To Replace Fat Dressing By Low Cal Food Additive Z-Trim

A Plum Borough School District has become the first school in the United States to start using a fat replacement substance called Z Trim in its cafeteria food.

How low will a criminal go?

The theft in his house occured hours after man’s death.

U.S. Death Sentences Drop to 30-Year Low

In 2006, the number of death sentences handed out in the U.S. dropped to the lowest level ever since capital punishment was reinstated 30 years ago.

Snow: Military levels in Baghdad too low

"During a regular White House briefing, Snow told reporters current troop levels in Baghdad are "insufficient" to quell the violence."

Bush Suffers Record-Low Job Approval

When things cannot get any worse for Bush, they do. "A poll released by CBS News on Monday showed that Bush had his lowest approval rating ever on the war, with just 21 percent of those surveyed saying they approve of his handling of Iraq."

US setbacks see dollar plunge to near 15-year low

"The dollar tumbled to a near 15-year low against sterling yesterday on fresh signs of economic trouble in the United States."

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