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David Threlfall provides a "extraordinary" and "note for note" performance of Tommy Cooper's final television act in a new drama about the late comic magician.
The start of spring and warmer weather marks the start of international film festival season. In the U.S. the popularity of international film festivals has grown with almost every state hosting their own festival.
A promotional clip has been streamed by FUNimation in preparation for the home video release to the English dub of the Japanese anime "Code: Breaker."
The first trailer has been streamed for the upcoming second season to the Netflix prison series called "Orange Is The New Black."
New research coming out of Consumer Sharing Trends Report 2014 reveals that Twitter’s back and stronger than ever. And what social channel saw the second most dynamic growth, you ask? Reddit.
This week lawmakers in Tennessee completed the final step before a bill legalizing the production of hemp could be sent to the Governor. If signed, the bill could nullify federal laws banning its production, depending on how the state law is implemented.
A new study has found Walmart's low- and poverty-wage workers cost the U.S. government an estimated $6.2 billion per year, a case of massive corporate welfare paid for by American taxpayers.
Management consultant Peter Drucker said: "There are only two things in a business that make money – innovation and marketing, everything else is cost." Is business actually starting to believe this and what are the implications for marketing vendors?
Mixed news this week for Android users as Google changes its approach in protecting Android devices against malicious apps code.
Mobile classrooms are now the reality in the digital world, there is no doubt about that. Leading the way with this new technology is ScholarLab, based in Toronto, Canada and Atlanta, Georgia.
Specifications for an unrevealed Motorola handset called the Moto E have appeared online that detail the device's hardware.
Microsoft South Korea has seized the recent sinking of the South Korean ferry Sewol to promote the company's Office 365 in a particularly tasteless piece of promotion.
Rodrigo Samayoa of Leadnow (Vancouver) discusses voter suppression, how the Unfair Elections Act (UEA) will disenfranchise many voters and will affect fraud investigations. He encourages people, including youth, to sign the unfair elections act petition.
Female politicians in Iraq are pushing women's issues and women's rights as the presidential election in the country approaches and new laws aim to further restrict them.
France claims it has "information" which indicates that the Assad government is continuing to use chemical weapons against rebel groups in Syria. Apparently they have carried out nine such attacks in the past two months.
Thailand has recently thwarted a plan by two men in the country to kill Israeli tourists in a bomb attack. The two men are alleged to be connected with the Hezbollah organization.
The IPL 2014 enters its second week with a game between the most consistent side of the competition, Chennai and the previous season's bottom-placed Delhi Daredevils.
If not for its main supporting bouts that include Amir Khan and Adien Boner, the upcoming Mayweather-Maidana fight scheduled for May 3 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena won't sell on pay-per-view because of the perceived mismatch of the main fight
Ryan Nelsen’s persistence on aligning Toronto FC in a 4-4-2 has been a major talking point throughout his second year at the Canadian club.
Former boxer and advocate for the wrongly accused, Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter died Sunday in Toronto after losing a long battle with prostate cancer. He was 76.
An extremely lucky 16-year-old boy survived after deciding to run away from home this weekend, stowing away in the wheel well of a plane, in sub-zero temperatures, on a flight from California to sunny Hawaii.
Sharply escalating the stakes in a dispute over grazing fees allegedly owed to the US government by a cattle rancher in Nevada, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) has declared that Cliven Bundy and his supporters who carry arms are "domestic terrorists."
Syria said Monday it will hold presidential elections expected to return President Bashar al-Assad to office on June 3, despite a civil war that has killed more than 150,000 people.
Rodrigo Samayoa of Leadnow (Vancouver) discusses voter suppression, how the Unfair Elections Act (UEA) will disenfranchise many voters and will affect fraud investigations. He encourages people, including youth, to sign the unfair elections act petition.
A major new cultural landmark now graces the countryside in central Scotland as the breathtaking Kelpies sculptures near Falkirk was officially launched Thursday and will open to the public Easter Monday.
Paris cat lovers now have the ideal solution when going away on vacation. A luxury hotel for cats offering everything they need, including luxury rooms, "gourmet" food and even a communal games room. All this plus around-the-clock care and attention.
In international soccer circles, 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.
An assistant principal from the high school attended by hundreds of students aboard the South Korean ferry that sank in the Yellow Sea this week committed suicide Friday outside a gymnasium where parents of the presumed victims had gathered.
In international soccer circles, 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.
The Volkswagen Group has confirmed that it is recalling over 26,000 brand new 2014-model year cars from across the range over a possible fire risk.
Toyota is freshening up it top-selling Camry mid-sized sedan for 2015, barely halfway into its current generation cycle, in response to increasing competition from its rivals.
The days of sauntering onto a car lot, ill-equipped with knowledge or insight, and falling prey to the cunning ways of the opportunistic car salesman are long gone.
Sharply escalating the stakes in a dispute over grazing fees allegedly owed to the US government by a cattle rancher in Nevada, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) has declared that Cliven Bundy and his supporters who carry arms are "domestic terrorists."
Syria said Monday it will hold presidential elections expected to return President Bashar al-Assad to office on June 3, despite a civil war that has killed more than 150,000 people.
A Malaysia Airlines plane with 166 people aboard was forced to make an emergency landing in Kuala Lumpur early Monday in another blow to the flag-carrier's safety image after the loss of flight MH370.
Algeria's army was hunting on Monday for an armed Islamist group linked to an attack in the rugged Kabylie region in which 11 soldiers were killed, a security official said.
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.
For cheesecake lovers, there is two basic styles of cheesecake, East Coast or "New York style" and of course "West Coast" or as cafe owner Kevin Fay would call his version, "California style" cheesecake.
All junk food in a la carte lunches, vending machines, student stores and even fundraisers, including bake sales, will be banned from United States schools as of July 1. Some parents think the move is great, but others are highly critical.
A major new cultural landmark now graces the countryside in central Scotland as the breathtaking Kelpies sculptures near Falkirk was officially launched Thursday and will open to the public Easter Monday.
An assistant principal from the high school attended by hundreds of students aboard the South Korean ferry that sank in the Yellow Sea this week committed suicide Friday outside a gymnasium where parents of the presumed victims had gathered.
Air Canada has some explaining to do after a man posted a video of the airline's baggage handlers roughly throwing suitcases several metres down a staircase/ramp. The man was in a plane when he filmed it and he then posted it later on Youtube.
Willows Farm is located in leafy Hertfordshire, a county in England. The farm is aimed at children and attracts hundreds of visitors each day. This Easter the Digital Journal paid a visit.
If you spend enough time looking at Martian geology, you wind up with more questions than answers. Photos from JPL show a very interesting, very puzzling type of Martian sandstone. It’s a jumble of questions.
An earth-size planet orbiting in its sun's habitable zone has been spotted for the first time, US space scientists announced Thursday.
Researchers have produced stem cell lines using somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) from cells, making human reproductive cloning more technically feasible. Is this a good idea?
A virus in the U.S. has killed over 6 million pigs. Researchers have developed a new test to monitor for the disease. The hope is that improved detection can be used to slow down the rate of infection.
One Hundred Years of Solitude is a story that can be read over and over, in the same way that children watch again and again their favorite cartoon. It is a story impossible to forget, written in wonderful poetic prose, full of metaphors and symbolism.
Just days after the death of Latin America's most beloved writer, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, talk is already circulating about whether or not his most revered work will be made into a movie.
Considered one of the most significant authors of the 20th century, famed Colombian journalist, novelist, short story writer and screenwriter Gabriel Garcia Marquez has passed away at the age of 87 in his Mexico City home.
The famous and iconic British street artist, Banksy, has been at it again, this time with a new mural depicting a couple embracing, while all the while gazing fixedly at their cellphone screens.
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'.
Most of the world's major mobile phone makers and carriers have agreed to install a "kill switch" on devices made after July of next year, an industry group announced Tuesday.
Google claimed in a recent court hearing that a case against the company shouldn’t be heard because their terms of use gave implied consent to scanning of emails. The court didn’t agree. Now Google’s put it in writing.
The Lancet has published a truly appalling report on the subject of violence against healthcare workers. This is now a global plague, and the prognosis is anything but good.
A study from Wake Forest University in the U.S. shows the use of fitness trackers helps older people to lose weight. The researchers worked with 48 obese persons from 65 to 79 for ten months.
The city of Portland has emptied out a water reservoir that had been full of 38 million gallons of the city's drinking water. Why? Because video surveillance caught a 19-year-old man urinating into the water.
A study from the University of Hertfordshire in the U.K. polled 1,000 people about how they sleep with their partner. The study found that the closer couples slept to one another, the happier they are.
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