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Shia LaBeouf has told a magazine that during a performance piece in February in L.A. a woman raped him. This occurred, he said, while his girlfriend, and the woman's boyfriend, were in a line-up outside. He says the experience was "no good."
The first teaser trailer for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ shows glimpses of the upcoming battle between light and dark. The film will be released Dec. 18, 2015, and actors Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill return to the classic saga.
‘The Theory of Everything’ is an inspiring biopic about Stephen Hawking that is well-deserving of its Oscar buzz, especially in regards to its main actor.
The Murdoch hymn of hate against any form of public broadcasting has been put into practice by the conservative government in Australia. In a budget of cuts that coincidentally didn’t fund the redundancies. ABC Australia has been scarred severely.
Thailand's Department of Land Transport has declared Uber, the ride-sharing service, to be illegal in the country. The department said Uber is operating illegally.
The UK's advertising regulator has not found grounds to investigate this year's Christmas ad from supermarket Sainsbury's,
The oil boom going on in Canada's prairie provinces has caught everyone's attention of late, particularly at the gas pump. Falling gasoline prices are a welcome relief, but consumers may not know it yet, but the boom is driving up beef prices.
How can you change a corporate culture which is comfortable, complacent and risk averse into one which is dynamic, entrepreneurial and innovative?
IBM is tracking online holiday shopping this year through a partnership with over 8,000 brands. For data nerds, it has some interesting insights.
Sony is working on a new smartwatch made of electronic paper that can change it's appearance depending on how you use it, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Plague is a new social networking app with a fun twist that could just work. Plague is all about discovering "viral" content, but the way you discover the next viral video or hilarious photo is what's unique.
Uber's Android app may be sending your private data back to the company, reports Cult of Mac's Buster Hein. The Uber app “calls home” and sends private data back to Uber.
While protests against the grand jury decision in Ferguson and elsewhere continued through the Thanksgiving weekend, the concept of "white privilege" has been presented as an acceptable phraseology.
Workers in California who work on Thanksgiving and Christmas may get a bit of financial relief if a California lawmaker has her way. Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez plans to introduce a bill doubling the pay of employees who work on the two holidays.
The cancerous tumor that sits in Rob Ford is not getting smaller, his brother Doug Ford told the media on Thursday. Rob is expected to undergo a fifth round of chemotherapy before moving on to other treatment options.
With prominent Russians falling from a Moscow skyscraper and drowning in an OPEC country it may or may not be just a coincidence, but it appeared to indicate that President Vladimir Putin’s economy is dangerously threatened by a growing glut of oil.
WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao could soon reclaim his rightful place in the Ring Magazine's pound-for-pound list provided he is victorious in his next fight.
Mickey Rourke returned to his boxing career at 62 years old in Moscow Friday night -- beating a younger opponent, 29 year old American boxer Elliot Seymour.
Manny Pacquiao's potential opponents who are waiting for him in the 140 pounds junior welterweight limit are getting impatient for his inability to decide exactly when is he leaving the 147 limit where he has been actively campaigning.
Former Manny Pacquiao's sparring partner Ruslan Provodnikov has bounced back pretty quickly after his loss to Chris Algieri by knocking out veteran Mexican fighter Jose Luis Castilllo in the fifth round of their encounter Saturday in Russia.
Digital Journal published an on-line article on July 28, 2014 by Elizabeth Batt, “Killer whale at Marineland appears to be ailing” in which Ms. Batt reported allegations about Kiska, the Killer Whale.
The Pacific Ocean is continuing to be damaged beyond repair by the constant flow of over 400 tons of radioactive groundwater every day from the ill-fated Fukushima power plant. Now the world discovers one-third of workers have fake contracts.
In territories where wolves are regularly hunted, scientists have noted a rise in hormones responsible for stress in the animals.
A bee parasite, normally associated with more exotic climates is threatening British bees. A new research model indicates that a rare gut parasite could cause increasing damage to U.K. bees as the climate warms.
An investigation by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation show Marketplace reveals some alternative health practitioners are offering unproven vaccine "alternatives" to parents. Also, they are downplaying the danger of ailments such as measles.
Many of you enjoying Thanksgiving this week probably enjoyed a side dish of cranberry sauce or relish to go with your turkey and trimmings. However, what many of you may not know is that we have too many cranberries this year.
Group meditation classes improve depression and anxiety just as well as expensive private therapy sessions, according to a brand new study.
"Exercise in a bottle" is a new product under development, which Nestle claims could burn away fat like a workout in the gym.
Turkish security forces and pro-Kurdish protesters clashed on Friday as tensions erupted over the visit of a nationalist leader to a flashpoint eastern region, an AFP photographer reported.
The Missouri police officer who killed an unarmed black teen sparking months of protests in the city of Ferguson will never return to policing, his lawyer said.
At least 120 people were killed and 270 others wounded on Friday when two suicide bombers blew themselves up and gunmen opened fire during weekly prayers at the mosque of one of Nigeria's top Islamic leaders.
Six men have been charged over what Australian police said on Saturday was one of the largest drug busts in the country's history, worth up to Aus$1.5 billion (US$1.28 billion).
According to recent data and news reports, it’s true that the rich are getting richer. While that revelation may not surprise many, the reason why could.
Canadians who have been waiting for a good time to sell their home may be considering that it has arrived. The Teranet-National Bank index released its numbers for October and they show that nationally prices were up 5.4 percent from 12 months go.
As U.S. Veterans gather tomorrow and as families and loved ones honor those who have served, the California Dept. of Business Oversight wanted to urge veterans to be wary of investment schemes being offered to them that can place their finances at risk.
The treasurer of Oklahoma has recently announced that across the US billions of dollars are going unclaimed from life insurance policies. The question is how far should companies go to track down beneficiaries of the deceased.
Many of you enjoying Thanksgiving this week probably enjoyed a side dish of cranberry sauce or relish to go with your turkey and trimmings. However, what many of you may not know is that we have too many cranberries this year.
The international press trip ahead of Zagreb Vinocom continues with a visit to the winemakers of Croatia's premier island of Hvar.
A Staten Island gastropub is apologizing after it drew some controversy over the name of one of its dessert choices: the "Roofie Colada."
Ahead of Zagreb Vinocom, some 30 wine journalists from 18 countries embark on a tour of the vineyards of Dalmatia, Croatia.
The Guinness Storehouse is one of the highlights of any visit to Dublin, Ireland's vibrant capital city. The Storehouse is rich in history and takes the visitor through centuries of tradition and through to modern times.
This month UK transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin announced that new funding of £25 million would be made available for the purpose of providing minibuses to rural areas for Community Transport.
The winter of 2014-2015 is already one to remember for millions of U.S. residents living on the country's East Coast, and the season hasn't officially started yet.
Famed for its sunshine and beaches, the Central Dalmatia Tourist Board promotes the interior and culture in a double video release.
A team of researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder has discovered an invisible shield about 7,200 miles above Earth. The shield protects the Earth from "killer" ultrarelativistic electrons which travel at near the speed of light.
Rain is expected to start falling this afternoon in Northern California and could continue for several days in the largest storm to reach the region in years.
While Ebola continues to cause havoc and death in West Africa, another virus family could be emerging a significant threat. These viruses (henipaviruses) may have jumped from fruit bats into humans in Africa.
Understanding how human cells respond to “noise” could lead to advances with the functionality of semiconductor chips, according to an interesting new research project.
Toyota will introduce its first mass-market hydrogen fuel cell car in Japan next month, with a limited US rollout scheduled for 2016.
Young opera talent was celebrated recently in Toronto at the Canadian Opera Company's annual vocal competition. Hometown favorites made up two of the three final winners, but the evening, overall, was a great showcase for Canada's impressive opera talent.
The dance work 'Nijinsky' reflects its titular subject: it is brilliant, overwhelming, troubled, dazzling, profound. The National Ballet of Canada's production is a showcase for both incredible dancing and profound, heart-rending drama.
Local author and longtime Sonoma Valley Broker/Realtor, Catherine Sevenau, was deeply moved by the friends and family that showed up at her book reading and signing event on Nov. 13 at Readers' Books in Sonoma.
Embodying one of the most famous dancers in history is scary — but American-born, Toronto-based dancer Skylar Campbell doesn’t let the fear get to him: "I'm letting the experience kind of take me over."
This video is like watching a metaphorical bomb explode right in the middle of a family. But who would post a video online of their family discombobulating? Of your brother going spaz and ruining everyone's Thanksgiving dinner?
Just in time for the holiday season, Twitter is bringing virtual coupons that you can link to your debit or credit card straight from your stream.
As technology moves forward, the necessity to quickly and securely store, access, analyze and manage data becomes a great concern for many businesses.
Ugandan police have arrested a nanny after she was caught on hidden CCTV camera viciously assaulting a two-year-old girl because she threw up her dinner.
An investigation by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation show Marketplace reveals some alternative health practitioners are offering unproven vaccine "alternatives" to parents. Also, they are downplaying the danger of ailments such as measles.
Group meditation classes improve depression and anxiety just as well as expensive private therapy sessions, according to a brand new study.
"Exercise in a bottle" is a new product under development, which Nestle claims could burn away fat like a workout in the gym.
Scientists have shown that nanosilver, which is often added to water purification units, can upset the human gut. The research throws up some alarms on the level of nanoparticles that people are exposed to each day.
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