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BBC is reporting the Manchester police have stopped sharing information with the U.S. after details of the terrorist attack, not released to the public, appeared in the American media. Theresa May plans to confront Donald Trump about the leaks today.
Microbiologists from a range of pharmaceutical and healthcare companies convened in Dublin to attend a conference discussing how to effectively monitor the built environment for risks in relation to drug product manufacturing.
California-based Rocket Lab successfully shot a rocket into space from their private launch facility in New Zealand on Thursday at 4:20 p.m. local time, reaching space three minutes later.
Facebook has announced it's expanding the search results page for its Trending feature on mobile devices to include more alternative viewpoints on major stories. The company is also improving the visibility of Trending to help you quickly access the news.
The ultimate contest? Human versus machine. Google's DeepMind AlphaGo artificial intelligence platform has twice defeated the world's number one Go player Ke Jie.
The Pentagon's research and development shop is moving one step closer toward building a hypersonic space plane that could shuttle satellites or people into space in record time.
The government-owned power utility, Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA) has closed a 3.2 billion dirhams ($872 million) financing deal to build the world's largest solar power plant, it was announced on Wednesday.
Russia's campaign of cyberespionage and disinformation has targeted hundreds of individuals and organizations from at least 39 countries along with the United Nations and NATO, researchers said Thursday.
Authorities in north India have blocked mobile internet services, arrested 24 people and suspended senior officials after clashes between castes that have left two dead and at least 20 injured, police said Thursday.
Was North Korea behind the ransomware epidemic that hit global computer networks earlier this month?
A new study aims to help organizations improve email filters. This is based on analysis as to why phishing scams are successful and how computer systems can be better protected.
Medical technologists have constructed a test designed to rapidly and reliably diagnose sepsis. Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening complication arising from bacterial infections.
Frozen 'space sperm' has passed a fertility test. Japanese scientists have produced healthy mice pups, born using freeze-dried sperm that was stored in the microgravity environment of space.
Two US astronauts embarked Tuesday on what NASA described as a "critical" spacewalk to repair a failed piece of equipment that helps power the International Space Station.
Researchers are studying the use of CRISPR-cas9, a revolutionary gene-editing tool to fight human disease and agricultural blight. But, a new study has found that some genetic and behavioral qualities in insects make them resistant to gene-editing.
The sounds of happy cheering and bouncy pop were still ringing in the ears of excited young fans of US singer Ariana Grande when an altogether more menacing noise erupted.
A young man set ablaze by protesters in Caracas. Looting, destruction and 55 people dead.
Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi was a British-born university dropout with Libyan jihadi links who, according to his sister, may have sought revenge for the deaths of Muslim children.
Twenty-two people were killed in Monday's suicide attack on a Manchester pop concert, including an eight-year-old girl, most of them teenagers keen to see their idol Ariana Grande and parents who had come to collect their children.
Spain's Supreme Court on Wednesday confirmed a 21-month jail sentence and 2.09-million-euro ($2.25 million) fine imposed on Lionel Messi for tax fraud, months after the Barcelona football star lodged an appeal.
It looks like Amir Khan won't be facing Manny Pacquiao anytime this year following Terence Crawford's knockout win over Felix Diaz last weekend and with promoter Bob Arum now all fired up to make the Pacquiao-Crawford fight happen before end of the year.
Manny Pacquiao's longtime trainer Freddie Roach could not hide his disappointment over the slow pace of Pacquiao's ongoing training for his upcoming fight against Jeff Horn on July 2 at the Suncorp Arena in Brisbane, Australia.
What a difference a year can make for a struggling NHL team. This time last year Toronto was searching for an identity and fans where hoping for improvement and now the Leafs' are among the top teams in the Eastern Conference.
Country trio The Railers chatted with Digital Journal about their new radio single "11:59 (Central Standard Time)." The Railers is comprised of Jonathan and Jordan, as well as Cassandra Lawson.
In the midst of China's Cultural Revolution, a 14-year-old coal miner bought a yellowing, torn copy of Honore de Balzac's biography from a book collector on the side of the street.
On June 1, "The Illusionists: Live from Broadway," will take place at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in New York.
Acclaimed heavy metal band All That Remains is back with their latest studio album, "Madness," released on Razor & Tie, and it is quite the rocking effort.
Moody's ratings agency downgraded China's credit score on Wednesday, warning that economy-wide debt is expected to rise as potential economic growth slows over the coming years.
The Trump plan to sell off half of the US strategic oil reserve was a surprise move and goes counter to OPEC's attempts to limit supply and boost prices.
Foreign steel producers on Wednesday called for prudence as the Trump administration considers possible actions to shield domestic companies from unfair imports on national security grounds.
In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a ruling that will make it more difficult for so-called “patent trolls” to launch patent infringement lawsuits in jurisdictions that are extremely favourable to plaintiffs.
A new assessment of fitness trackers reveals that the devices on the market are good at measuring heart rate but they are often poor at measuring calories burned.
Are grandparents to blame for obese children? This generalization has some basis, at least in China where researchers have compared obesity rates in different households.
An Oregon family is breathing easier after having quite a scare last week when their three-year-old daughter, Evelyn, became cranky and appeared to be having trouble standing upright. After an ER visit, the couple found out a dog tick was the culprit.
Most of us have a box of baking soda in the cupboard or refrigerator. It's plentiful on the grocer's shelves and cheap. But this "simple drug" is in short supply in hospitals across the country, prompting surgeries and other treatments to be rescheduled.
Slapping import bans on products like mangoes, coal and salmon has long been China's way of punishing countries that refuse to toe its political line.
European Union president Donald Tusk said talks with US President Donald Trump on Thursday revealed no "common position" on Russia, a subject on which the US leader faces pressure at home.
Israeli right-wingers celebrated US President Donald Trump's visit after he made no mention of the two-state solution, but a lack of specifics on how he would resolve the conflict with the Palestinians raised concerns.
US President Donald Trump met Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday in a keenly-anticipated first face-to-face encounter between two world leaders who have clashed repeatedly on several issues.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for most regions of the southeastern U.S. through Friday where possible rainfall levels of one to four inches are expected.
At every stop in Donald Trump's whirlwind of summit meetings in Europe, the issue of climate change -- and the US president's threat to ditch the 196-nation Paris Agreement -- is never far from the surface.
Russia on Thursday launched a probe into the deaths of three people in Siberian wildfires that have destroyed hundreds of homes and forced the authorities to impose a state of emergency.
A portion of California's Pacific Coast Highway was blocked over the weekend by a massive mudslide that buried a part of Highway 1 under a 40-foot layer of rock and dirt and cut off access to a region that depends heavily on tourism to survive.
Carrying an armful of "Luther Brodt" gingerbread to the cashier, Mikael Byrial Jensen admits sheepishly that Martin Luther would probably not have been impressed by the flood of souvenirs bearing his name.
A new assessment of fitness trackers reveals that the devices on the market are good at measuring heart rate but they are often poor at measuring calories burned.
Are grandparents to blame for obese children? This generalization has some basis, at least in China where researchers have compared obesity rates in different households.
A Sicilian town beloved by the rich and famous is swapping sun-worshippersfor snipers as the leaders of the G7 descend for a high-security meeting in the hill-top holiday destination.
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