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article imageTopFinds: Apple unveils iPhone 5, anti-Islam video spurs violence

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By David Silverberg     Sep 14, 2012 in Internet
The world got its first glimpse of the new iPhone. An amateur video reverberates across the world, instigating anti-American attacks. Why bubble tea is bad for your health. These are the top stories on Digital Journal.
As we do every week, we've collected the top news stories and compiled them on one page. Digital Journalists reported on the latest health news, 9/11 recollections, offbeat food news 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 our news network, in the black bar. They are changing constantly to react to what people are reading on the site. We wanted to include this feature to let you know the topics people want to read about on Digital Journal.

Hot topics on Digital Journal

Canada news
Islam news
NHL news
Also, we've been covering news and celeb sightings at the Toronto International Film Festival, so get caught up on all the reviews and interviews here.

Top Digital Journal Reports

Candy corn Oreos debut at Target stores for Halloween season (Includes first-hand account) by Leigh Goessl
A popular tidbit making the social media rounds was a rumor that candy-corn flavored Oreos would hit the market next week for the Halloween season.
Candy corn flavored Oreo cookies
Candy corn flavored Oreo cookies
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Review: Leonard Cohen brings 'Old Ideas' to London (Includes first-hand account) by Tim Sandle
Leonard Cohen delivered a scintillating performance at London's Wembley Arena on September 8, as part of the European Leg of his 'Old Ideas' tour. Cohen captivated the crowd with a mix of more recent songs and classics drawn from his past albums.
Review: The Master a fascinating probe into cult leaders, Scientology (Includes first-hand account) by David Silverberg
Just give The Master all the Oscars already and save us some time. Paul Thomas Anderson's first film since There Will Be Blood provides an extraordinary glimpse into how a man can easily be swayed by a cult leader, a film both tragic and philosophical.
Johnny Depp impersonator livens up the crowds during TIFF festival
Johnny Depp impersonator livens up the crowds during TIFF festival
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'Jack Sparrow' poses with Johnny Depp fans during TIFF festival (Includes first-hand account) by Alexandra Christopoulos
Johnny Depp fans who may have missed the actor's appearance during the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday afternoon got a surprise when "Jack Sparrow" was spotted.
Harvard study: Fluoridated water lowers children's IQ (Includes interview) by Elliott Freeman
Researchers at Harvard University recently published the results of a long-term analysis that links fluoridated water to lower IQ scores in children.
When the first plane hit — Remembering 9/11(Includes first-hand account) by Greta McClain
Pam Burke was on her way to her office in the New York Life Building when Flight 11 struck the North Tower of the World Trade Center on Tuesday, September 11, 2001.

Top Images

Strasburg  Va.  is full of many picturesque sites  such as this building.
Strasburg, Va., is full of many picturesque sites, such as this building.
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Near nude ladies lie in three coffins across from the Armani shop to protest against the use of fur ...
Near nude ladies lie in three coffins across from the Armani shop to protest against the use of fur in their designs.
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Inside the  ghost town   of Calico  California
Inside the 'ghost town'' of Calico, California
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Traditional tribal people drum circle.
Traditional tribal people drum circle.
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In the Media

German Shepherd dog, Capitán, guards master's grave six years by JohnThomas Didymus
A German shepherd mix, Capitán, has stood guard over his master's grave for six years. He ran away from home after his master Miguel Guzman, died in 2006. When Guzman's family visited the grave after the funeral, they found the dog sitting on it.
Florence restaurant lets patrons pay for food with fresh produce by Alexandra Christopoulos
What if the next time you chose to dine out, you could leave your wallet behind at home? A new restaurant set to open in Florence, Italy, is about to make the prospect a reality, allowing patrons to pay for their meals with fresh produce, in lieu of cash.
Op-Ed: iPhone 5 another big disappointment by Apple by James He
First the poorly thought-out iPhone 4S, then the bright yellow giant hand warmer also known as the iPad 3, and now this?
Photo of handcuffed lovers kissing at Manhattan court goes viral by JohnThomas Didymus
A photographer, Mo Gelber, was outside the Manhattan Criminal Court in August when the police led a young couple in handcuffs into the premises. Gelber snapped the couple, arrested on charges of a "nighttime graffiti spree," in a romantic moment.
Romantic moment: Last Kiss
Romantic moment: Last Kiss
Mo Gelber
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S. Carolina mom finds ex-boyfriend in attic 12 yrs after breakup by JohnThomas Didymus
A South Carolina mom found her ex-boyfriend living in her attic more than 12 years after they broke up. The woman, a mother of five, discovered the man in her attic after she heard bumping and thumping noise, and nails falling from her bedroom ceiling.
Italian Supreme Court head calls for international 9/11 inquiry by Elliott Freeman
Fernando Imposimato, the President of the Italian Supreme Court, has raised the call for a criminal investigation of 9/11, comparing the terror attacks to the declassified "false flag" incidents carried out by the CIA in Italy under Operation Gladio.
Op-Ed: 9/11 'Truth' — The Triumph of Lunacy over Reason by Alexander Baron
The 9/11 Truth Movement is surely one of the most bizarre phenomena to have appeared in the 21st Century, a cult of high ignorance presided over by men and women of learning.
Op-Ed: Virginia judge gets 30 days for growing pot on his property by Ken Hanly
James H. Allamong Jr. a substitute judge in Shenandoah Court in Virginia has been sentenced to thirty days in jail for growing marijuana on his property.
Video: Watch bison chase young boy at Yellowstone National Park by JohnThomas Didymus
This video shows what happens when irresponsible adults are placed in charge of inexperienced children. A group of youngsters approach a wild bison while adults stand at a safe distance and encourage them to get closer and "touch him on the head."
Weird fish with penis on its head discovered in Vietnam by Owen Weldon
A new species of fish was discovered in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. The fish, with a penis on its head, has been identified.
Canadian gov. minister Oda dinged taxpayer for hotel smoking fine by Marcus Hondro
A former member of the Steven Harper cabinet in Canada, Bev Oda passed along to taxpayers her $250 fine for smoking in a Washington hotel room in 2010. The former minister for international co-operation resigned from the House of Commons in July.
Bubble Tea
Bubble Tea
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Bubble Tea may be hazardous to your health by Darren Weir
Bubble tea, or Boba tea, that contains large tapioca pearls, may be growing in popularity around the world, but researchers in Germany have found evidence to burst that bubble.
Couple forgoes 'dream wedding' to save beloved dog by Greta McClain
A Port Orange, Florida couple spent their entire wedding fund to pay for treatment for their beloved pit bull, Koda. Koda, whom the couple adopted from a local shelter, was diagnosed with a liver shunt during a veterinary check-up.
Fishermen drive first marine mammals of season into Taiji Cove by Elizabeth Batt
A week into the dolphin drive season in Taiji, Japan, fishermen have driven their first marine mammals into the cove, a pod of around 20-22 pilot whales with juveniles.

Top Blogs

Brazilian Fish Stew! by Raquel Teixeira
This is one of the best dishes I have made in a long time. AND I made it again for more people a second time and it...
How to live past a century and stay healthy and happy by Igor I. Solar
Nelly Omar, one of the most famous voices of the Argentine tango turned 101 years old. The event is celebrated in Latin...
The amazing beauty of the Blue Dragon by Igor I. Solar
The marine animal in the picture may be described using a wide variety of adjectives: beautiful, strange, cute, and...

Power Users

  1. Greta McClain
  2. Leigh Goessl
  3. Anne Sewell
  4. Darren Weir
  5. Larry Clifton
  6. Victoria N. Alexander
  7. Alexander Baron
  8. Andrew Moran
  9. Ken Hanly
  10. JohnThomas Didymus
  11. Elizabeth Batt
  12. Gar Swaffar
  13. Marcus Hondro
  14. Tim Sandle
  15. Steve Hayes
  16. Arthur Weinreb
  17. Katerina Nikolas
  18. Paul Wallis
  19. Elliott Freeman
  20. Richard Milnes
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