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This week’s releases include a royal mess of national proportions; Marvel’s appropriation of the small screen; an over-the-top comedy with wasted sentiment; and every episode of one of TV history’s most outrageous sitcoms.
Twenty years after disbanding at the end of their world tour for '94s 'The Division Bell,' David Gilmour and Nick Mason have reunited to pay homage to keyboardist Rick Wright with a new Pink Floyd album — 'The Endless River.'
In a sneak peek at the next episode of 'Doctor Who,' the Doctor not only crosses paths with the Skovox Blitzer but also meets Clara's Danny Pink. And, in an exclusive video interview, Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman discuss their acting rituals.
Few comedians have so precisely captured the cultural and societal zeitgest of the modern woman as Iliza Shlesinger does regularly on stage. In an interview, she discussed finding her comedic voice, defining what's funny and her upcoming USO Tour.
There’s a growing need for a higher, more focused level of developer talent, particularly when it comes to technological and corporate projects.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund, which made billions of dollars from oil investments, is to divest in fossil fuels and switch its investment program to clean energy.
Looking to get your foot in the door with your dream employer? Try showing up to the office with a box of cupcakes. At least that's what worked for Jon Ebner, now the East Coast sales manager at catering startup Cater2.me.
For years, a few companies in Florida have been offering high school "diplomas" from "accredited" schools to consumers for a flat fee.
Ever since an August report in Popular Science revealed the existence of a series of "Interceptor" cell towers across the U.S., there's been a scramble for information on exactly what these mysterious towers actually are.
Apple's latest mobile operating system, iOS 8, offers some exciting new features. There's third-party keyboards, new health apps, and a better messaging app.
A new social-networking app seeking funding on Indiegogo right now aims to hand total control over security and privacy to its users, creating a much safer site than the heavyweights like Facebook and Twitter. Here we take a quick look at their campaign.
Civil right and privacy advocates are concerned over the FBI's recent announcement that a flawed facial recognition software program is now fully operational.
Brian Gallant, the leader of the New Brunswick Liberal party, won a majority in the eastern province triumphing over the incumbent Progressive Conservatives of David Alward.
President Barack Obama was captured on Instagram saluting a U.S. Marine...while holding a cup of coffee in the same hand. The photo has now wound up on the front page of CNN and is burning up the blogosphere.
If the US war against the Islamic State were a social program there would be immediate requests for an estimate of the costs. If the duration and extent of the program was indefinite criticism would be immediate and harsh.
Rep. Paul Ryan, in anticipation of victory in the midterms, is counting Senate Republican chickens before they are hatched. Ryan is recommending the Senate eliminate the filibuster rule of 60 votes, making it easier to pass deficit-reducing legislation.
There's perhaps no bigger indication of fan outrage at the continually-developing Ray Rice scandal than the number of fans who replaced Baltimore Ravens jerseys with Rice's name on them. The final count: 5,595.
The Cincinnati Bengals' quarterback, Andy Dalton, caught a pass, thus scoring a touchdown during the Bengals' game versus the Tennessee Titans. The touchdown marked the first of Dalton's career, for receiving.
Joey Logano didn't waste any time in securing a spot in the second round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. One week after teammate Brad Keselowski won the opening round of NASCAR's Chase, Logano won the Sylvania 300 on Sept. 21, 2014.
When two top teams meet in the opening months of the domestic season, there tends to be a hint of caution from both sides, and Jose Mourinho’s starting XI further exemplified that belief.
A wildlife worker had to endure a viscous attack from a swan, as the worker tried to rescue its baby from a fence, as shown in a video that has gone viral. More than one million people have watched the rescue.
As the United States and five Arab nations — none of them democracies, most of them repressive dictatorships — begin bombing Islamic State targets in Syria, President Barack Obama has begun boasting on the "broad coalition" he's enlisted in the fight.
Dozens of families have offered to adopt a Syrian toddler who survived the "mass murder" of a migrant shipwreck in which 500 people were deliberately drowned, Greek authorities said Tuesday.
Colombian authorities imploded an upmarket apartment block Tuesday whose partial collapse last year killed 12 people, felling the rest of the six-tower complex in a giant cloud of white dust.
A new report finds a surge in disabilities among wealthier youth, which is surprising some analysts. This trend should come as no surprise: A combination of better diagnostic abilities and competitive gamesmanship explain the boost.
Staff working at a GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) facility dumped more than 45 liters of concentrated live polio into the water at a Belgian treatment plant earlier this month.
The Charlotte, NC, Fall Auto Fair has passed again. Owners, car clubs and enthusiasts will now retreat to their winter homes, tell their stories of great finds, show their trophies, and begin preparing for the spring season.
In the aftermath of the Ray Rice debacle the blogosphere has exploded anew amid allegations that women's soccer star Hope Solo has unfairly benefited from a double standard that supposedly overlooks and downplays female violence.
The Charlotte, NC, Fall Auto Fair has passed again. Owners, car clubs and enthusiasts will now retreat to their winter homes, tell their stories of great finds, show their trophies, and begin preparing for the spring season.
Russia is known for dash and roadway cameras, one of which captured dramatic footage of the moment a bicyclist narrowly escapes death, not once, but twice.
The latest iteration of the BMW Mini — though not as "mini" as before — has been voted by readers of 'auto, motor und sport' as 'the "best-looking car" in the small-car category.
A passenger on a shuttle bus, running between Barcelona airport and the city center, caught the driver on video, sending WhatsApp messages on his mobile phone while driving through heavy traffic.
As the United States and five Arab nations — none of them democracies, most of them repressive dictatorships — begin bombing Islamic State targets in Syria, President Barack Obama has begun boasting on the "broad coalition" he's enlisted in the fight.
Dozens of families have offered to adopt a Syrian toddler who survived the "mass murder" of a migrant shipwreck in which 500 people were deliberately drowned, Greek authorities said Tuesday.
Colombian authorities imploded an upmarket apartment block Tuesday whose partial collapse last year killed 12 people, felling the rest of the six-tower complex in a giant cloud of white dust.
Within two days of the “Islamic State’s” call for attacks on Westerners, an 18 year old man referred to as a terror suspect has been shot by police after attacking police officers. One of the officers was seriously injured.
You may have heard of robo-advisors, the nickname for online investment platforms that use algorithms to manage clients' money.
Talk about the looming “fiscal cliff” and “debt ceiling” has presented a fiscal nightmare for many Americans. Various recent reports show that the rocky economic situation has wide-reaching negative effects.
Krispy Kreme in the United Kingdom has created the Double Hundred Dozen, which is a very large box containing more than 2,000 donuts.
The Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia is quickly becoming a culinary destination and with its rich diversity of cultures from around the world it's not hard to see why. One of those foods that has grabbed attention recently is Manoush.
The United Nations warned on Thursday the World Food Program (WFP) will be forced to cut food rations to more than six million Syrians after next month because the program is running out of money.
London's epicurean foodies aren't interested in being on imaginary death row. Neither do they want to think about and chow down their 'last meals' even if it's just a fantasy, a group of adventurous entrepreneurs learned the hard way.
The Eden project in Cornwall contains two enormous biomes. One contains of the structures draws on colorful plants from the Mediterranean. Digital Journal paid a visit.
Do you love to travel? Have you always wanted to take that backpacking trip across Europe or hike the Andes Mountains? Now is the time! As technology advances, international travel gets easier and more affordable every day.
After signing a deal with Japan to develop the ancient Indian city of Varanasi along the lines of Japanese heritage city Kyoto, Indian Prime Minister Modi has kicked off the process of redevelopment.
While Saskatchewan, Canada is a province known largely for its flat landscape, a tour of the province's south shows that there's a lot more than meets the eye.
Astronauts are as much at risk travelling in space for pathogens infections as they are on Earth. The microorganisms carried on the body can turn on a stressed person with a weaker immune system. For this reason, NASA has been studying the issue.
A team of MIT engineers have designed new waterproof adhesives that work under water, even at high pressure. These glues can be used to repair ships damaged at sea.
Scientists have created a nanoribbon that can keep glass free from ice. The material takes the form of a transparent coating, and it is based on graphene.
Although it may sound like something from a Hollywood science fiction movie, engineers at a prominent Japanese construction company are serious about building the world's first working space elevator.
In a bizarre intersection of the fine arts and big business, an artist is claiming that Walmart is selling her painting without her permission.
Take a moment to step into the enchanting world of Stever. An independent musician who walks to her own beat while inspiring her growing fan base. Her groundbreaking style is unconventional and unique in her own right.
With so much these days about access and having a voice to be heard, voice-over artist Michele Spitz is very outspoken when it has to do with access to the arts.
On Saturday afternoon the corner of Yonge and Dundas was getting a burst of jazz from a creative group of young men knew as The Sidewalk Crusaders. These music students have taken to the streets since 2012 when Peter Cavanagh had an idea.
In life's final days, my childhood friend used Facebook to share the last moments she spent with her grandmother. Increasingly, we see Facebook being used as a memorial tribute for loved ones who pass.
The eyes of the world are on Scotland, who just recently voted "no" to independence from Britain. Khalil Gibran's classic 'The Prophet' comes to life. Shane Koyczan debuts a powerful new video-poem on cyberbullying. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
Google has announced that it will be spending money on some of YouTube's biggest stars to help them develop new show ideas. This comes as the site faces competition from Facebook over control of the most popular online personalities.
The dramatic video of the attempted armed robbery of a tourist in Buenos Aires, Argentina is spreading across the Internet.
A new report finds a surge in disabilities among wealthier youth, which is surprising some analysts. This trend should come as no surprise: A combination of better diagnostic abilities and competitive gamesmanship explain the boost.
Staff working at a GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) facility dumped more than 45 liters of concentrated live polio into the water at a Belgian treatment plant earlier this month.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is reporting the Ebola outbreak in Nigeria and Senegal appears to be contained, although deaths from the virus continue to rise in other areas affected by the disease.
September is National Food Safety Education month in the U.S. The CDC has issued some new guidance to help producers and consumers to avoid food poisoning.

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