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Angelina Jolie is to direct "Africa," a movie about celebrated conservationist Richard Leakey's battles with ivory poachers. The feature will be Jolie's fourth directorial effort.
The actress Polly Bergen has passed away aged 84. She was perhaps best known for the movie "Cape Fear" (1962), where she starred with Robert Mitchum.
Fans of the NBC hit 'Parks of Recreation' likely know what it sounds like when Ron Swanson giggles. As it turns out, Nick Offerman has the exact same laugh — it was one of many ways Offerman endeared himself to the Sony Centre on Saturday night.
Reading from her memoir for the first time and answering questions, Lena Dunham, the creator and star of the HBO hit show Girls, shared her charming humour, candid insight into gender issues and why she feels like she's visiting Hollywood still.
Receiving his Federal Aviation Administration Airmen Certification, two years ago was an honor and a proud moment for Sonoma native John Philip Cabaud, Jr. He is now a flight instructor at Sonoma Skypark Airport.
Earlier this week, a man at a Chick-Fil-A drive-thru decided to buy a $1,000 worth of food for the people who were in line behind him.
Though perhaps thought of more as a nostalgic toy when compared to its more popular competitors like Lego and Mega Blox, Lincoln Logs are still in production — and production has mostly moved from China to the U.S.
Online shoppers picking up or returning items to brick-and-mortar Sears stores nationwide can take care of business without leaving their cars.
A dangerous flaw that has exposed eBay customers to malicious websites has been affecting the site since at February 2014.
As Samsung, Apple and Co. are all launching their own takes on the SmartWatches, MOTA, a US company based in the Silicon Valley with its award-winning design team, has designed the next step in the high-tech consumer electronics: the SmartRing!
In recent weeks, various bits of information on the next Windows have been circulated but Microsoft's other big money-spinner, Office, has remained hidden in the background. Yesterday that changed however as some images of the next Office appeared online.
U.S. authorities fear hackers are attempting to gain highly classified information after thousands of user names and passwords were stolen from a government database.
An intruder actually makes it inside the White House. After a tough past year that has included sex scandals and public drunkenness, the vaunted U.S. Secret Service faces yet another PR black eye. It's time for the USSS to get its A-game back.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has said voters that rejected independence for Scotland were "tricked" by a late promise of greater powers.
While the nation struggles with unemployment, and small new job numbers, one state stands alone in job growth. For more than five years, North Dakota has lead the nation with the lowest rate of unemployment.
Sam Wang is a political unknown who dabbles in election forecasting. A professor of neuroscience at Princeton by day, Wang is considered by election forecasters an "outlier," being the only forecaster predicting the Democrats will hold the U.S. Senate.
It is with a heavy heart to learn about the death of former Tennessee Titans placekicker Rob Bironas, who was killed in a car accident on September 20.
After preserving his immaculate career record and keeping his multiple welterweight titles against challenger Marcos Maidana last September 13, Floyd Mayweather continues to avoid facing Manny Pacquiao in the ring despite potential record-breaking purse.
The Duquesne Dukes improved their season record to 2-2 Saturday at Rooney Field by downing the Monmouth Hawks 30-21 in Pittsburgh.
Manny Pacquiao could find it a bit difficult to score a win over Chris Algieri on Nov. 22 in Macau China as the match won't be as easy as his fight against the towering Antonio Margarito in 2010, when he bagged his historic eighth division world title.
An intruder actually makes it inside the White House. After a tough past year that has included sex scandals and public drunkenness, the vaunted U.S. Secret Service faces yet another PR black eye. It's time for the USSS to get its A-game back.
As an estimated 66,000 Kurds poured over the Syrian boarder into Turkey, fearful of being slaughtered by advancing ISIS forces. More than 300 Kurdish fighters from Iraq and Turkey have entered Syria in hopes of stopping the militant's onslaught.
Problems continue at a New Mexico nuclear waste dump where a second barrel of radioactive material may be in danger of erupting from the same mysterious reaction that caused another barrel to burst earlier this year.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has said voters that rejected independence for Scotland were "tricked" by a late promise of greater powers.
With technology advancing, there still is the issue of the 'Digital Divide' where access to the Internet and other services are limited. With the help of City College of San Francisco, Coleman Advocates for Children and others,
A Parliamentary Committee for HIV/AIDS in Uganda has issued urgent calls for larger sized condoms in the nation's fight against AIDS.
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.
The Chinese government has fined U.K. pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline $490 million (3 billion yuan) after a court found the firm guilty of bribery.
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.
George Zimmerman allegedly threatened to kill a fellow motorist recently after a confrontation at a red light apparently escalated into a shouting match.
A Madrid woman driver hit the accelerator instead of the brake Monday, sending her car through the second-floor wall of a parking garage and down to the street. The car landed on its roof in the street below, crushing two other cars in its wake.
As an estimated 66,000 Kurds poured over the Syrian boarder into Turkey, fearful of being slaughtered by advancing ISIS forces. More than 300 Kurdish fighters from Iraq and Turkey have entered Syria in hopes of stopping the militant's onslaught.
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday raised the threat of Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria directly with his Iranian counterpart in rare high-level talks in New York, a US official said.
Thousands of Russians on Sunday marched through Moscow to protest against the Kremlin's involvement in the Ukraine crisis, in the country's first major anti-war rally since fighting erupted in April.
He's promised to shake-up recession-plagued Italy, but Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's ambitious schemes to revive the eurozone's third largest economy have hit a stumbling block, amid a fierce row with powerful trade unions.
Over the last few years we've all been faced with a financial dilemma: save or spend? There's widespread awareness that debt caused the financial crash and if we don’t change our ways we could well be condemned to a life of poverty.
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.
For a limited time, starting September 19, Burger King Japan is rolling out two new burgers in its "Kuro Burger" series: Kuro Diamond and Kuro Pearl.
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.
Ten months after being launched into space, NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) is set to reach its final destination tonight.
A new report from The Lancet indicates that crowdfunding for medical research is getting bigger. This is an interesting development in an industry which is seen as a pet for Big Pharma and other dubious institutions.
According to a new study, the human brain can process information and even direct responses to cues while a person is sleeping.
A new synthetic material that imitates how squid skin changes color and texture, has been developed. The remarkable polymer changes color and texture in response to remote signals.
Who says classical music isn't exciting? The Toronto Symphony Orchestra launched its latest season in fine style this week, with superstar violinist Joshua Bell providing characteristic fire and drama.
On September 24th Chicago’s LATITUDE gallery space will host a Winkelman-Milling Projects show called Who’s HUMP? The latest in a series of WMP shows that spotlight art and artists exploring boundaries in the windy city and beyond.
Deaf since the age of six, 38-year-old María de los Ángeles Narváez Anguita has not let that hold her back. Both a dancer and also an entrepreneur, she has formed her own flamenco company and is starring in a documentary film.
After 18 years, the dream of an Islamic centre for art and community has become a reality — not, as originally intended, in London, England, but in Toronto.
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 Parliamentary Committee for HIV/AIDS in Uganda has issued urgent calls for larger sized condoms in the nation's fight against AIDS.
The Chinese government has fined U.K. pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline $490 million (3 billion yuan) after a court found the firm guilty of bribery.
Thanks to two ambitious women and a filmmaker, each from the community of recovering alcohol and drug addicts, September 20, 2014, was Canada's 3rd Annual Recovery Day. The city of Vancouver leads the movement but Toronto is also involved.
After several weeks of international lobbying, President Barack Obama has agreed to send thousands of military personnel to Africa to streamline infectious disease-response efforts against Ebola.
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