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This has happened before to Justin Bieber so it may be he'll be back in the U.S. any moment now, but the latest reports out of LAX have the Biebs still being detained at the airport. His entourage is standing about the airport waiting for him.
NBC has streamed the first trailer for its upcoming pirate series called "Crossbones," starring John Malkovich and Richard Coyle, set to premiere on May 30.
To people who are blind or visually impaired, audio description IS important. Audio description can be found on various platforms except video on demand services. this is changing with an audio description on demand service.
A weekend that may prove to be a calm before the storm has arrived. "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" spins its web next weekend in North America, so now it is for the current three-time champ to ride it out or lose the title, finally.
Portugal is poised to exit the $108 billion bailout program in May. Politicians are stressing the positive aspects of the exit but austerity programs have left deep scars both in the economy and on the populace.
A Canadian company, Flowers Canada (Ontario) Inc., is asking people to express their feeling by buying more flowers. The Digital Journal found out why.
The fertilizer plant explosion that killed 15 people in Texas last year could have been prevented, federal safety inspectors said on Tuesday.
Four years ago tech and data to many marketers meant Facebook and pageviews. Today marketing technology has exploded. Is the marketing industry about to experience the tech-related pain publishing has gone through?
State Sen. Mark Leno blamed Thursday's defeat of his proposal to require a "kill-switch" on cellular telephones on intense industry lobbying but promised to bring his bill up again this year.
Earlier today Apple announced in a public statement that over 43.7 million iPhones and 16.35 million iPads were sold during the first, opening quarter of 2014 leading to combined sales of mobile devices of over 60 million units sold.
High-end headphones have come a long way in recent decades, and they're enjoying a golden age of super performance at super prices.
The electric car could be considered to be the next great frontier in the evolution of the automobile, and there are several different contenders for this title.
Erstwhile conservative supporters of Cliven Bundy spent Thursday distancing themselves from the rebel rancher after he launched into a racist rant in which he claimed the American "Negro" is less free today than when bound in slavery.
A new Colorado poll shows the Democratic Party cannot presume an early coronation of Hillary Clinton to be a sound political strategy, and that the state's Senate seat is up for grabs.
The government of Costa Rica is angry that a controversial "Cuban Twitter" program or Zun Zuneo was launched from the US embassy in San Jose Costa Rica.
In a report released on Thursday by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, it was learned that one in ten of America's bridges, most of them part of the interstate highway system, are in urgent need of repair.
The Philippine Azkals are all set to face the Malaysia Tigers in Round 2 of their friendly games leading up to the AFC Challenge Cup in Maldives next month.
The Law Society of Upper Canada has in effect barred future graduates of the new law school at Trinity Western University from practicing law in Ontario. The society voted 28-21 to deny TWU law students accreditation.
While Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family, are flying out to the UK to assess the impact of David Moyes' sacking on Tuesday, the hunt for the former Everton coach's replacement has begun.
Pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather will likely remain unbeaten by the time he starts a new round of fight negotiations with WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao.
The Itar-Tass news agency in Russia reports that the country's lower parliamentary house has passed a law banning swearing in films, concerts, the theatre and other art. Further, citizens will be fined for swearing (2500 rubles, or about 70 bucks).
President Obama’s surprising confirmation of the US role in any conflict between Japan and China has done little to ease regional tensions. The Diaoyu/Senkakku islands dispute drags on with no resolution, but the stakes have now been raised.
Erstwhile conservative supporters of Cliven Bundy spent Thursday distancing themselves from the rebel rancher after he launched into a racist rant in which he claimed the American "Negro" is less free today than when bound in slavery.
A new Colorado poll shows the Democratic Party cannot presume an early coronation of Hillary Clinton to be a sound political strategy, and that the state's Senate seat is up for grabs.
Butterflies in the stomach, knees shaking and stumbling of words, these are the classic nervous symptoms of speaking before an audience. Yet for almost a century Toastmasters has been helping everyday people
An extra-legally wedded trio of Massachusetts lesbians is set to become what they believe is the world's first same-sex parental "throuple."
A study newly released by researchers at the University of Cambridge links napping with a higher risk of death in those between 40-79. The longer the nap - the higher the chance of death coming earlier than those in that age range who do not nap.
Deciding whether an annuity is the right investment has been debated for as long as they've been around, and understanding a few principles can make a vast difference.
If Nissan has its way, you may never have to wash your car again. The company has unveiled a prototype of a Nissan Versa Note with a new paint application that repels whatever comes in contact with it.
Ideal for Formula 1 buffs to act out their fantasies while getting an otherwise tedious chore done, Honda's issued a lawnmower capable of speeds up to 210 km/h.
According to several sources, the man who brought Ford back from the brink of bankruptcy is ready to hand over the reins to the man many have consider the company’s brightest shining star for many years.
In international soccer circles, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has acquired a reputation as a super manager, so Russian collection house Raff House has commissioned a supercar for him and about him.
President Obama’s surprising confirmation of the US role in any conflict between Japan and China has done little to ease regional tensions. The Diaoyu/Senkakku islands dispute drags on with no resolution, but the stakes have now been raised.
The United States warned Russia against making an "expensive mistake" in Ukraine, as Moscow ordered new military exercises on its shared border after Kiev forces attacked pro-Kremlin rebels.
Barack Obama arrived in Seoul Friday to growing signs North Korea was defiantly readying another nuclear test, and with South Koreans in a state of national mourning over the sinking of a ferry full of schoolchildren.
Journalist, director and producer Simon Ostrovsky of VICE News has been freed from captivity in the eastern Ukraine town of Sloviansk.
Deciding whether an annuity is the right investment has been debated for as long as they've been around, and understanding a few principles can make a vast difference.
This is a question many credit card users ask themselves. The real answer to the ‘how many’ question is this: it depends.
If you're among the lucky folks getting money back from the feds, here are a few ways to ensure you get the biggest bang out of those bucks.
Roughly one in three Americans are keeping track of their finances via their smartphones. Here's a look at some applications to help you stay on budget.
New weapons are constantly being introduced in the battle of proper nutrition and good health versus poor nutrition and vitamin deficiencies.
The U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau has approved "palcohol," alcohol that comes in a powdered form. It's expected to hit store shelves this fall.
Monsanto and other companies making food with genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are in the habit of winning, of having states and entire countries not require mandatory labeling of GMOs. But not this time, not in Vermont.
If traveling to Ibiza in the Balearic Islands this summer, put around 1,500 euros per person aside for an exclusive meal while you are in town. Yes, that is around $2,075 per head, at what will probably be the most expensive restaurant in the world.
A large metal object that washed up on an Australia beach this week was not from the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner that vanished more than a month ago, authorities said Thursday.
South Korea's president said Monday that the captain and some crew members who escaped a ferry that sank with hundreds of vacationers had committed acts "tantamount to murder."
Croatian wine is on the rise, and this year's Dalmacija Wine Expo will take place in Split for the first time. An interview with organiser Zoran Paunovic.
A spokesperson for Air Canada said that the company suspended two baggage handlers who were filmed by a man last week throwing baggage down a stairwell. The two will be fired once the investigation is complete, Air Canada said.
Researchers have published some initial findings on the characteristics of the Ebola virus discovered in Guinea. Initial virological investigations enabled them to identify Zaire ebolavirus as the pathogen responsible for this epidemic.
How often do asteroids hit Earth? You may suppose such events occur more often in movies than real life, but you’d be wrong. This week, three astronauts revealed that Earth’s been pummelled 26 times by asteroids since the turn of the millennium.
A new drug, part of the STAND trial, will test the first regimen designed to significantly shorten and simplify the treatment of drug-sensitive and drug-resistant TB.
Two new comprehensive, multidisciplinary centers to study Huntington's Disease have opened. The centers focus on care, education and research. Digital Journal has found out more about the project.
"WHITEWASH" is a gallery show at Jeffery Leder Gallery. It is a tribute to 5 Pointz Aerosol Art Center and a response to its destruction. The show is curated by Marie Cecile-Flageul.
Jamaica Inn is the latest period drama to sweep audiences off their feet in the UK, following the success of Downton Abbey, Daniel Deronda and Sense and Sensibility. However, the television audience can barely hear a word of the mumbling actors.
Pablo Picasso, that famous son of the city of Málaga in Spain, is officially on tour at an international photography exhibition which opened in Mexico last week. Museo Picasso Málaga has contributed over 100 images of the artist together with a film.
Internet dating is big business, particularly overseas, where Ukrainian and Russian women sign up in droves to meet American men.
The Internet of Things (IoT) appears to be revolutionizing connectivity, and if successful in implementation, it’s poised to change how we experience the Internet completely. Expect sectors such as real estate to feel the IoT ripples.
Over the last three decades, the world has seen a major shift in how it shops. As home computers have become more affordable and access to the Internet simplified, more people have discovered the convenience of online shopping.
We report on the sunken South Korean ferry shocking the world. Photos of this week's "blood moon" go viral. Analyzing how boxer Manny Pacquiao triumphed over his most recent opponent. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
Turkey's Minister of Transport, Maritime and Communication Lüfti Elvan says Turkey may establish a national 'ttt' protocol instead of the regularly used 'www'.
A study newly released by researchers at the University of Cambridge links napping with a higher risk of death in those between 40-79. The longer the nap - the higher the chance of death coming earlier than those in that age range who do not nap.
The Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, or MERS, has taken two more lives in Saudi Arabia. The country's health ministry also report 13 more known cases. MERS is related to the SARS, which appeared in about 37 countries a decade ago.
The U.S. FDA is warning that injection of corticosteroids into the epidural space of the spine may result in rare but serious adverse events, including loss of vision, stroke, paralysis, and death.
A leading doctor has said that around 55 percent of people suffer from allergies. Most people are allergic to something, such as pollen, dander, dairy products, gluten, and mold. Digital Journal caught up with the medic to find out more.
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