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FBI data shows record number of September gun sales

FBI’s National Instant Background Check System shows gun sales hit a record high for the fifth month in a row with 1,795,102 prospective gun owners processed in September.

Review: Adam Lambert outstanding on new 'Another Lonely Night' video Special

Grammy-nominated pop star Adam Lambert is back with his newest music video, "Another Lonely Night," and it is remarkable.

Poaching threatens Mali's rare desert elephants

Ninety of Mali’s 300 desert elephants have been killed during the past year as ivory poachers exploit a security vacuum created by an Islamic insurgency in the deserts near the city of Timbuktu.

Hollywood star Randy Quaid arrested trying to enter U.S.

New York - American actor Randy Quaid and his wife have been arrested trying to cross into the United States from Canada, police said Saturday, the latest twist in a bizarre long-running saga.

Interview: Kari Jobe talks Christian music, pregnancy and future Special

Christian recording artist Kari Jobe chatted with Digital Journal about her future plans and being a part of "Worship Night in America."

Op-Ed: Microsoft's new hardware represents the company's evolution

This week, Microsoft hosted a much-anticipated press event in New York during which it unveiled Windows 10 smartphones, an upgraded Surface Pro and even an all-new laptop in a presentation that I think completed its transition to an exciting new company.

Op-Ed: Urban Outfitters just asked employees to work for free

With fall in the air, the crush of customers wanting warmer clothes can't be far behind. Retailers like Urban Outfitters are counting on that, and this is why the chain wants its employees to work weekends. For free.

DFO urges boaters to keep distance from English Bay grey whale

Vancouver - The Department of Fisheries and Oceans in Canada has reminded boaters to steer well clear of a grey whale that has been spending time off the shore of Vancouver's English Bay. The big cetacean has been seen feeding near the beaches there.

Review: Scotty James superb on new 'Hard Goodbye' single Special

Award-winning Canadian country singer Scotty James is back with his new radio single "Hard Goodbye," which was released on Liberty Stone Records.

Secret Service agent who saved Reagan dies

Washington - The "true hero" Secret Service agent who helped save the life of US president Ronald Reagan during a 1981 assassination attempt has died aged 85.

Are truck drivers in the U.S. in danger of becoming a rare breed?

The U.S. will face a shortage of nearly 50,000 truck drivers by the end of this year, according to a report by the American Trucking Associations (ATA). That's a sharp uptick from only two years ago when the shortage was pegged at 30,000 drivers.

What was your name again? How to recall explained

Montreal - It's happened to all of us. We see a familiar face but we can't quite place the name of the person. This sometimes least to embarrassment. Researchers have pinpointed the best way to out a name to a face.

Ryan Beaver talks 'Dark' single and tour with Ashley Monroe Special

New York - Nashville-based musician Ryan Beaver chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Dark," as well as his tour with country songstress Ashley Monroe.

Floyd Mayweather's Bentley, Rolls Royce go up in smoke

Floyd Mayweather's luxury cars including a Bentley, two units Rolls Royce and a custom jeep went up in smoke as the cars were being transported in a truck bound for Miami, Florida.

Op-Ed: U.S. ditches training program for moderate rebels in Syria

Washington - After considerable criticism, the Pentagon has announced that it is ending its $500 million program to train and equip vetted moderate Syrian rebels to form a New Syrian Force to fight the Islamic State.

Review: Margaret Cho spectacular at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury Special

Westbury - On October 8, acclaimed comedian Margaret Cho performed at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Long Island, as part of her "Psycho" tour.

Canada parties split on security, anti-IS air strikes

Montr - Canada could curb its counterterrorism efforts, including airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq, if Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Tories are defeated in October 19 elections.

Egypt, France sign warships deal as PM starts Arab tour

Cairo - Egypt signed a deal with France Saturday to buy two Mistral warships originally ordered by Russia as French Prime Minister Manuel Valls began an Arab tour.

Nepal's PM Koirala to run for a second term in office

Kathmandu - Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Saturday filed his nomination for re-election, a day before the parliament of the troubled Himalayan nation elects a new premier.

Shia LaBeouf arrested in Austin

Austin - Actor Shia LaBeouf, who has starred in movies such as 'Transformers,' 'Man Down' and 'Fury,' was arrested in Austin, Texas on Friday.
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