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A new planet has been found orbiting within the habitable zone of Proxima Centauri, the closest star to our Sun. This has triggered much media frenzy. However, many of the statements in the media take liberties with the evidence.
Pop superstar Beyonce invited the mothers of slain African American men to the MTV Video Music Awards, where her politically charged "Formation" is up for the top prize.
The actor, musician and filmmaker, currently starring in popular soap opera 'The Haves and the Have Nots,' is doing his bit to raise money for flood relief by staging a concert in Branson, Missouri.
A Belgian educator has created an online game that encourages people to look for real books instead of Pokémon characters. And the game is catching on.
Switzerland’s national postal service is testing next month autonomous robots to assess their suitability to deliver goods in the future.
In the wake of the recent earthquake in central Italy, the Italian Red Cross and other agencies are asking people in the region to disable their Wi-Fi passwords to facilitate communication. But security experts warn there are dangers in doing this.
Researchers who reviewed thousands of academic papers relating to genomics have found the data to contain errors and they have blamed this on Microsoft's spreadsheet software Excel.
Authorities nationwide are warning internet users who arrange dates with strangers online to be a lot more careful in the wake of the slaying of a Florida man who met a woman online who allegedly arranged to have him robbed and killed.
Snapchat is planning to introduce behavioral targeting for advertisers, the company's director of revenue operations Clement Xue revealed in an eMarketer report published earlier this week.
In early August 2014, engineers at Lyft were putting the finishing touches on their new product. The engineers were excited, everything seemed ready to go, and they launched the new product.
An angry debate over a ban on burkinis in France was further stoked Wednesday as images of a veiled woman surrounded by police on a beach in Nice went viral.
When it comes to viruses, scientists have long thought that it only takes being infected by just one to get the full experience. But that was before they came across the Guaico Culex virus.
A scientist has discovered not one, but at least 10 new species of trapdoor spiders in southeast Queensland, hiding in Brisbane forests and national parks throughout the state.
Patients with chronic brain injury are being helped with a pioneering technique: deep brain simulation. Tests have shown how the technique improves quality of life and functioning of people with severe disability.
One of the most distinguished records in the increasingly-space-bound United States is an astronaut’s cumulative days logged in space.
The new Tunisian unity government headed by Youssef Chahed takes office on Monday in the birthplace of the Arab Spring and will have to tackle major economic and security challenges.
The fighters of Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos (Solid Structure or BAM), loyal to the UN-backed Libyan Government of National Accord, have suffered heavy losses in what has been described as the final push to drive the Islamic State (IS) from Sirte.
Supporters of Brazil's suspended president Dilma Rousseff rallied Sunday as she prepared for her dramatic last stand at an impeachment trial expected to see her fired within days.
A historic midnight ceasefire is set to end a 52-year-old war between the Colombian state and FARC rebels.
The first stage of the PGA Tour playoffs are underway with 120 of this years top players taking center stage at the renowned Bethpage Black golf course in Farmingdale, New York.
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?
In recent years several different strategies have taken NFL fantasy football by storm, including one where owners draft heavily at wide receiver and leave the running back position until the middle and late rounds.
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.
On Aug. 27, superstar magician Criss Angel performed with The Supernaturalists at The Fox Theater at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut, for an excellent turnout.
British songstress Lisa Martin, best known for her Adele Tribute Act, and being a star of Adele at the BBC, released her new music video.
Digital Journal ranks its greatest concerts of 2016, featuring female performers. These concerts are arranged in no particular order, since they were all impressive in their own, unique ways.
Former teen queen Tiffany is back with her latest studio album, "A Million Miles," and it is a solid collection of songs.
If it isn't one thing, it's another complicating discount retailer Costco's switch to Visa-branded credit cards from American Express.
Major pharmaceutical company Johnson and Johnson is facing legal action from Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear. The state claims the company failed to disclose the hazards related to its surgical transvaginal mesh products.
Poland said Monday it would raise spending next year, but still keep its deficit just under an EU-wide limit of 3.0 percent of GDP, while also cutting the growth forecast for central Europe's largest economy.
A new study suggests that a successful business is built both upon a safe working environment and a healthy workforce. The study makes recommendations for employers and says such measures pay dividends in the long-run.
Following a bizarre death of a 61 year-old bagpipe player, medics are warning trumpeters, saxophonists and pipers to beware of a fungal disease associated with wind instruments.
Singapore on Sunday confirmed 41 locally transmitted cases of the Zika virus, which can cause deformities in unborn babies, and said more infections are likely.
An Australian program of giving away lifelike baby dolls that imitate a real baby to teach teen girls about the harsh realities of motherhood backfires as it found girls who took part were twice as likely to get pregnant than those who did not.
A new research paper has called on medics to restrict doses of antibiotics prescribed each year to nine per year. This is seen as necessary in order to limit antibiotic resistant bacteria.
The German, French and Polish foreign ministers vowed Sunday to increase ties between their countries when Britain leaves the EU to secure a safer and more effective union."Confronted by unparallelled challenges in Europe...
It would be "unconstitutional" for France to pass a law banning the burkini and such a move could cause irreparable harm, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve warned in an interview published online late Sunday.
The refusal of some EU countries to accept Muslim refugees is "unacceptable", Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday as Germany called for quotas to divide the influx throughout the bloc.
Donald Trump is committed to a "fair and humane" approach to securing America's borders, but details of his evolving immigration policy will be revealed at a later time, his presidential campaign team said on Sunday.
The Gulf of Maine has historically been home to one of the richest shellfish populations in the U.S. But a recent study by marine ecologists has found that their numbers have declined by over 60 percent in the past 40 years.
French Environment Minister Segolene Royal met with her Iranian counterpart in Tehran on Sunday to announce plans for a number of joint projects addressing energy, water shortages and pollution.
Air quality in Singapore rose to unhealthy levels on Friday as the acrid smoke from Borneo and Sumatra's slash and burn fires drifted across the Island.
Hurricane Lester and Tropical Storm Madeline both picked up strength in the Pacific on Saturday, the US National Hurricane Center said, with both possibly heading towards Hawaii.
During World War II Winston Churchill and his government operated, at times, underground, especially during the bombing raids over London. The 'war rooms' are open to the public as an exhibition.
Following a bizarre death of a 61 year-old bagpipe player, medics are warning trumpeters, saxophonists and pipers to beware of a fungal disease associated with wind instruments.
Singapore on Sunday confirmed 41 locally transmitted cases of the Zika virus, which can cause deformities in unborn babies, and said more infections are likely.
Deciding what constitutes a "100 percent natural" product is a matter of debate, and that debate is taking General Mills to court. Four lawsuits argue that the 100 percent natural claim on the company's granola is misleading and deceptive.
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