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In shocking news today, several various news outlets are reporting a massive leak of allegedly stolen photos of celebrities in various nude positions. The leaks include images of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Mary E Winstead and Hope Solo.
Cultus Lake Adventure Park in Chilliwack, B.C. Canada has been completed by Dan Sawatzky's company, Imagination Corporation. Surrounded by creativity, colors and concrete, its uniqueness is unparalleled, voted as one of the Canada's top 10 parks.
One would think Labor Day would be a gold mine for a new movie release and get in one more summer season blockbuster. But it isn't. In fact, a movie that has been the talk of the summer is once again the No. 1 movie in the land.
‘As Above, So Below’ refers to an alchemist symbol, but its divergent meaning could just as simply describe the narrative structure.
When some people say customer service is dead and that technology has killed good customer service, then they have not been to a place like Central Upholstering Company on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco's Ingleside District.
In what might one of the most unique ways to try and draw people to a town anywhere, Vulcan, Alberta is at the center of an Indiegogo campaign.
The Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche is set to pay $3.8 billion for InterMune, a Brisbane, California-based biotech with one key product: a treatment for a fatal lung disease.
To be sure, Walmart is the retailer left-wing politicians love to hate. However, in St. Petersburg, Florida, America’s most successful retailer is sorely missed.
Ten finalists have been chosen in a $10 million competition to develop a real-life "tricorder" - the medical scanner used in the Star Trek series.
The company Kobo, based in Canada, says that they are selling the world's first premium "E Ink e-reader" designed to be waterproof for up to 30 minutes in about three feet of water.
Microsoft's acknowledgement of the presence of illegitimate, spam apps in the Windows Store has come to fruition with the removal of 1,500 apps from the store and subsequent refunding of purchasers.
"The Coolest Cooler," which offered a 21st century facelift to a picnic staple, has dethroned the Pebble smartwatch as the most funded Kickstarter campaign of all time.
This innocent photograph of eight kindergarten children in Paris, posted on the Facebook page of the French Ministry of Education last Monday, has since received a storm of insults and racist comments, because of the children’s skin colour.
Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva threatens the re-election of Dilma Rousseff and the 12-year hegemony of the Workers Party (PT). Her election on October 5 could transform the South American giant relations with the region and the world.
In a hotly contested campaign for the U.S. Senate, an incumbent candidate should not be battling a residency scandal. Incredibly, Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu is facing just that, allegations that she is no longer a resident in the state she represents.
For all those parents in the province of British Columbia who hoped their kids would start the school year on time this Tuesday, the news late this afternoon is not good. Talks have broken down and much-touted mediator Vince Ready has walked away.
Last year, Liverpool comfortably showcased their superiority over Spurs with two straightforward league victories over the North London club.
Tony Kanaan won the race on Saturday, but the night belonged to Will Power, who drove masterfully on his way to the Verizon IndyCar Series championship.
Stan Wawrinka from Australia made a big mistake during the U.S. Open as he told a fan to "shut up." He laughed it off after all went down though.
When Derek Jeter stepped into the batter's box before a crowd of 42,647, on Thursday, the Captain automatically received a roaring standing ovation, for his final regular season at-bat in Michigan.
Whatever you do, don't interrupt this kid's Saturday cartoons. One construction worker was busily fitting lights with an electric drill outside the eighth-floor apartment where the 10-year-old cartoon fanatic lived, and he got the shock of his life.
This innocent photograph of eight kindergarten children in Paris, posted on the Facebook page of the French Ministry of Education last Monday, has since received a storm of insults and racist comments, because of the children’s skin colour.
The controversial six-month dolphin hunting season began on Monday in the infamous town of Taiji, but bad weather would delay any killing, a local official told AFP.
Hong Kong activists launched their fightback Monday against Beijing's landmark decision to limit voting reforms, heckling a senior Chinese official in angry scenes after hopes for full democracy were crushed.
Charlestown is a charming village and port on the south coast of Cornwall, England. It lies in the parish of St Austell Bay.
Why shouldn’t a man be certain that a woman he is about to have sex with is ready and willing? California’s consent law is a good step forward.
The smell of the beer was compared by consumers to, well, human flatulence, to put it politely. Customers complained about the foul odor and Mack brewers was force to withdraw the brew from stock.
As Europe's first modern scheduled sea plane operation finally gets underway in Croatia, Digital Journal takes to the skies to check out the opening route from Split Airport to Jelsa on Hvar.
Police in Norway have had a novel experience as they arrested their very first drunk driver on a Segway machine. The Norwegian government had only recently lifted a ban on the vehicles when the incident occurred.
Indiegogo campaigns rarely reach massive levels of funding. However the hi-tech Skully AR-1 motorcycle helmet has broken all expectations and is one of the most popular projects the site has ever seen.
As Mazda celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Miata, it has announced that the new generation roadster will be unveiled at the Miatas at Mazda Raceway weekend, though we’ve already seen a profile, heard an engine note and spied the car on the road.
New technology may see electric vehicles gaining a similar boost of speed to their older counterparts. By using an "electric turbo" system drivers allegedly can get both the speed they want and still be environmentally conscious.
The controversial six-month dolphin hunting season began on Monday in the infamous town of Taiji, but bad weather would delay any killing, a local official told AFP.
Hong Kong activists launched their fightback Monday against Beijing's landmark decision to limit voting reforms, heckling a senior Chinese official in angry scenes after hopes for full democracy were crushed.
Treatment of blacks by the Los Angeles Police is back in the spotlight after several high-profile cases sparked allegations of abuse: a young, unarmed man killed, a woman beaten, and a producer arrested with no cause.
A major United Nations conference on small island nations began in Samoa on Monday, with the emphasis on helping them survive the pressing challenge posed by climate change.
Paul Golden, of the National Endowment for Financial Education, speaks with Carol Ruth Weber about the importance of teaching teens to be financially literate. Read the full interview for Golden's tips on how to educate children to be money-wise.
Earlier this week, the Financial Ombudsman Service in the UK reported how it had seen complaints about so-called "middlemen" to pay day loan providers more than double this year.
Digital Journal's interview with finance expert Bruce Sellery, conducted over Twitter, shed light on tips and advice for anyone looking to better manage their money.
The phrase "this storm shall pass" has proven true for the Endreson family. They recently won a $20 million lottery jackpot, two years after infamous Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of their community.
The smell of the beer was compared by consumers to, well, human flatulence, to put it politely. Customers complained about the foul odor and Mack brewers was force to withdraw the brew from stock.
The Neraki Greek Mediterranean Grill continues to be my favorite Greek restaurant in Long Island, New York, and rightfully so.
The Spanish word “Chacarero” means “small-scale farmer,” but it also stands for the name of a sandwich Chileans enjoy in restaurants or at home, and that surprises foreign visitors who describe it as "the best darn sandwich" they have ever had.
The thought of eating rat meat is enough to turn many people's stomachs. Rats are generally considered to be vermin-carrying pests in many societies today, and are often associated with filth and disease. But human food preferences differ widely.
Charlestown is a charming village and port on the south coast of Cornwall, England. It lies in the parish of St Austell Bay.
As Europe's first modern scheduled sea plane operation finally gets underway in Croatia, Digital Journal takes to the skies to check out the opening route from Split Airport to Jelsa on Hvar.
Aviation history is made as the first scheduled commercial sea plane flight lands on the island of Hvar from Split Airport.
Most vacation trips to the southwest end up in Vegas for gambling or Los Angeles for rides at Disneyland. In gun-happy America add stopping at a gun range.
Biologists have successfully introduced bacterial and poppy plant genes into yeast to manufacture morphine. The research is important because opiates are medically essential. However, current production via opium poppy leads to supply inefficiencies.
New research suggests that Chimpanzees may reinforce social bonds with each other by involuntarily mimicking a fellow chimp’s pupil size.
An analysis of papers published in several surgical journals has revealed an overwhelming reliance on male subjects and male-derived cells, and consequently less female subjects or female cell lines are used.
The first people to enter into North America's Arctic were a very shy people who didn't intermix with their neighbors. More importantly, anthropologists now say that DNA studies show that Inuit and Native Americans are genetically separate from them.
"Mughal Painting: Power and Piety" at Foster Galleries at the Seattle Asian Art Museum presents works of art created in India under the Mughals, from 1526 to 1857.
Over the past month, the Inkmasters Print Exhibition has showcased contemporary works from about 80 regional, national and international artists.
Rosa Yagan, an aboriginal woman belonging to the southernmost ethnic group on the planet, spent her infancy and youth as her nomadic ancestors, with their language and ancient customs. Her story is told in the book "Rosa Yagan, the last link".
It's a tricky business, trying to make an old theatre warhorse seem fresh and new. Bold or eccentric choices can spark new life into a classic, or they can massacre it. Soulpepper's new mounting of “Tartuffe” tastes both ends of the lollipop.
A U.S. academic has created a searchable database of 12 million historic copyright-free images on the photo hosting service Flickr.
Movie master Guillermo del Toro talks about 'The Strain' and the horror genre. Rogers and Shaw unveil Shomi, a rival to Netflix. A stunning video shows Israel's Iron Dome at work as it deflects 15 missiles. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
A new report argues that algorithms that map social media posts and mobile phone data can help researchers track epidemics.
Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger will be switched off in China in October. This marks the final end to the once popular 15-year-old service.
Why shouldn’t a man be certain that a woman he is about to have sex with is ready and willing? California’s consent law is a good step forward.
According to a new study from Dundee University, tanning bed (sunbed) users remain at risk of skin cancer even if they do not burn their skin when using sunbeds.
Indian scientists may have found a multi-functional "wonder herb" that can regulate the immunity system, adapt to challenging environmental situations and help people stay protected from radiation.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are an "unprecedented number of medical staff infected with Ebola.”
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