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article imageTopFinds: Good-bye Gingrich, Racism in U.S. restaurants

A study found some U.S. restaurant servers were racist towards black customers. Newt Gingrich will end his bid for the White House. Why are antidepressants doing more harm than good? These are the top stories on DigitalJournal.com.
As we do every week on Friday, we've collected the top stories and compiled them on one page. Digital Journalists reported on protests in Canada and also kept us updated on viral videos, Bollywood scandals, environment news in Japan and much more.
We also highlight some of major topics Digital Journalists have been covering recently. Note you can see the trending topics at the top of any page on DigitalJournal.com, in the black bar. They are changing constantly to react to what people are reading on the site.

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15,000 union workers rally against Ontario's 'austerity' budget (Includes first-hand account) by Andrew Moran
An estimated 15,000 union members and representatives gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto Saturday to protest against Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and his Liberal government's budget, which many claim is a form of austerity.
Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson Campaign
Gary Johnson
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Gary Johnson: More Conservative and More Progressive (Includes interview) by Victoria N. Alexander
Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is a third-party U.S. presidential candidate who is more conservative than Mitt Romney and more progressive than Barack Obama, and he is finally attracting attention. Digital Journal got an exclusive interview.
Some people in Japan don't take mercury contamination seriously (Includes interview) by Elizabeth Batt
Sakae Hemmi of Elsa Nature Conservancy in Japan, discusses the toxicity of dolphins and why the Japanese government, despite tests to the contrary, insists the meat is safe to consume. Elsa also reveals the number of dolphins captured and sold abroad.
Study: Restaurant servers admit poor service to black customers (Includes interview) by Yukio Strachan
Almost 40 percent of American restaurant waiters admit to providing black customers inferior service based on the color of their skin, a new study finds.
10-man Chelsea FC go through to Champions League Final (Includes first-hand account) by Vlad Bourceanu
An absolutely extraordinary display of guts and determination, coupled with undescribable drama and pathos ensure that 10-man Chelsea FC beat Barcelona CF on aggregate to reach Champions' League final (2-2 on the night, 3-2 Chelsea on aggregate).

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Tulips in Chicago.  April 2012.
Tulips in Chicago. April 2012.
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Visitors pass McDonald Lake on the way to the Trail of the Cedars.
Visitors pass McDonald Lake on the way to the Trail of the Cedars.
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A unique building in Barcelona
A unique building in Barcelona
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Abstract:  Reflections in Fuengirola port.
Abstract: Reflections in Fuengirola port.
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At 94  Frank Calegari of San Francisco is delighted by the new technology.  I have over 100 contacts...
Fred Tautenhahn
At 94, Frank Calegari of San Francisco is delighted by the new technology. "I have over 100 contacts and I know them all personally," said Calgari who celebrated his 94th birthday this past April 18, 2012.
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An estimated 15 000 union members and community groups bestow on Queen s Park for Saturday s Day of ...
An estimated 15,000 union members and community groups bestow on Queen's Park for Saturday's Day of Action.
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Wine horse in beautifully embroidered cloak
Wine horse in beautifully embroidered cloak
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Beaches of Fuengirola  Spain
Beaches of Fuengirola, Spain
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Young Nigerians browse the Internet on a laptop.More Nigerians youths are coming to Internet for leg...
Young Nigerians browse the Internet on a laptop.More Nigerians youths are coming to Internet for legitimate and honest activity
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Toronto FC striker Ryan Johnson (middle) and Chicago Fire Jalil Anibaba chase down a ball in the air...
John Lucero
Toronto FC striker Ryan Johnson (middle) and Chicago Fire Jalil Anibaba chase down a ball in the air in a match at BMO Field Saturday afternoon. Chicago prevailed with a 3-2 win prolonging TFC's woes to start the MLS season with a sixth straight loss
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A commercial minibus in Ibadan. Note the tires. Commercial bus drivers typically use secondhand tire...
A commercial minibus in Ibadan. Note the tires. Commercial bus drivers typically use secondhand tires
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Christ Apostolic Church is one of the first generation indigenous churches
Christ Apostolic Church is one of the first generation indigenous churches
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NY GOP Chairman Lies to Voters, Says Ron Paul is out of the Race by Victoria N. Alexander
One day before the NY GOP Presidential primary, Vincent Reda, the First Vice Chairman of the NY Republican Party, made robo calls to voters declaring that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.
Herbicide tied to strange skin disease killing people in Vietnam by Elizabeth Batt
A mysterious skin disease has killed 19 people and affected 171 others in the province of Quang Ngai, one of the most impoverished in the country. The resistant disease was first discovered in April 2011 before dying down and resurfacing with a vengeance.
Report: Antidepressant medication may do 'more harm than good' by Leigh Goessl
In a new report, Canadian researchers suggest antidepressants may be doing more harm than good. In the study, researchers examined previous patient studies and the impact of medications on the body.
Dad puts wire on autistic son and records bullying by teachers by Elizabeth Batt
Stuart Chaifetz couldn't understand it when his normally mild-mannered son was accused of acting violently at school. So Chaifetz put a wire on him. What he captured was astonishing. Akian was being tormented, not by his fellow peers, but by his teachers.
Former leader of Canada's liberal party says Quebec will separate by Marcus Hondro
In a BBC-TV documentary on the possibility of Scotland declaring independence from Britain, the former leader of Canada' s Liberal Party said that the Canadian province of Quebec will again push to separate from Canada. Some day it will succeed, he said.
Screenshot taken from time-lapse video of a man s daughter video-taped every week for 12 years
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Screenshot taken from time-lapse video of a man's daughter video-taped every week for 12 years
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Man shoots time-lapse video of daughter every week for 12 yrs by JohnThomas Didymus
A filmmaker Frans Hofmeester has created a time-lapse video of his daughter, Lotte, by filming her every week for 12 years and editing the clips into a two-minute-35-second video that has gone viral online.
Alberta 2012 Election Results: Redford, PCs to continue dynasty by Andrew Moran
Polls across Alberta have closed and after a month of the candidates hitting the pavement, kissing babies and drinking Tim Hortons, the final numbers show Alison Redford and her Progressive Conservatives will continue their dynasty.
Video: Three minutes of gay porn interrupts Canadian TV newscast by JohnThomas Didymus
A newscast on Canadian CHCH TV in Hamilton, Ontario was interrupted by three minutes of eye-popping hardcore gay pornography. The morning newscast went off air around 9.30 a.m.
FBI warns hundreds of thousands may lose Internet access by July by JohnThomas Didymus
The FBI has warned that hundreds of thousands of Internet users across the world may lose access to the Internet by July in the aftermath of a hacker's scam that infected their computers with malicious software.
Justin Bieber fans have new worry as pop star buys a motorcycle by Marcus Hondro
The 18-year-old pop singer Justin Bieber might be causing worry in more ardent fans with his latest purchase: a motorcycle. And not just any motorcycle, the Biebs went and bought a limited edition, arctic white silk Ducati Superbike 848 EVO.
Bollywood actress, Meenakshi Thapa, beheaded by colleagues by JohnThomas Didymus
A Bollywood actress Meenakshi Thapa, 26, was murdered by two actors she met on the set of a film. Amit Jaiswal and Preei Surin, kidnapped and murdered Thapa after her stories of family wealth led them to believe they could hold her for a hefty ransom.
Woman injured during sex on company time gets workers’ comp by Yukio Strachan
A woman who was injured while having sex in her hotel room during a business trip is entitled to workers' compensation, Australian media report.
Roberto Luongo will sumbit trade list, Toronto and Tampa on it by Marcus Hondro
There are multiple reports coming out of Vancouver claiming that Roberto Luongo will be givng the Canucks a list of teams he's willing to be traded to. The list will be given over next week, reports say, and it will include Toronto and Tampa Bay.

Top Blogs

Emily Bear: The Next Mozart? by Mindy Allan
Emily Bear made her first appearance on the "Ellen" show at the age of 6...
Night photography light effects by Joseph Boltrukiewicz
Night photography sometimes can bring unexpected results. On one end of its aspect there's stable tripod, very well...
CNN Ron Paul Conspiracy? Ron Paul Completely Removed From Election Polls ! by Mindy Allan
April 25, 2012 Revolutionary Politics reveals the outright conspiracy, and manipulation of politics by a major news...

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  3. Leigh Goessl
  4. Andrew Moran
  5. Alexander Baron
  6. Katerina Nikolas
  7. Marcus Hondro
  8. Tim Sandle
  9. Igor I. Solar
  10. Elizabeth Batt
  11. KJ Mullins
  12. Gar Swaffar
  13. Arthur Weinreb
  14. Yukio Strachan
  15. Larry Clifton
  16. Kay Mathews
  17. Elliott Freeman
  18. Nicole Byerly
  19. Layne Weiss
  20. Charles Ridge
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