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NHL News and Rumors: Rick Nash to Minnesota Wild?

Minneapolis - With the Stanley Cup Finals nearly here and most teams beginning preparation for next season, several big name players could be moving before the start of the 2016-17 NHL season, especially those looking to advance farther ahead in the playoffs next year.

NBA News and Rumors: Lakers looking to deal second overall pick?

Los Angeles - The LA Lakers are fortunate as the franchise kept its first round pick in next months NBA Draft by staying inside the top-3 in the lottery, but now reports have surfaced that the front office could deal that pick for the right player.

MLB News and Rumors: Jonathan Lucroy to NY Mets?

New York - The NY Mets are of to a great start with a 26-18 record and sitting just below Washington in the NL East, but an injury to first baseman Lucas Duda could have the MLB team searching for help outside the organization.

Tragically Hip singer Gord Downie has incurable brain cancer

Gord Downie, the singer of The Tragically Hip, has been stricken with an incurable form of brain cancer, it was announced today. Despite his illness, however, Downie and the band intend to tour this summer.

Leo Wieser brings the art of blood, illusion to 'Wynonna Earp' Special

'Wynonna Earp' Special Effects Supervisor Leo Wieser tells Digital Journal about the art of grossing people out the old-school way.

2016 NHL Mock Draft: Colorado Avalanche looking at defenders?

Denver - Just three years ago Colorado was one of the top teams in the NHL and despite missing the Stanley Cup Playoffs the last two years, this franchise isn't far from making a return appearance.

Op-Ed: Too much baggage grounds Clinton's campaign jet

Washington - Whether you support her or consider Clinton the political equivalent of Bonnie, as in Bonnie and Clyde, one thing is clear, even to those unwilling to admit.

Green Party offers progressives a 'plan b' with a Green New Deal

The Green Party's Jill Stein is offering a plan b to Bernie Sanders supporters in a new interview with Truthout, calling on Sanders supporters to look beyond the two-party system.

Dashcams record Milwaukee woman escaping traffic stop, injuring 3

Milwaukee - A tow truck arrived after a woman was pulled over for speeding and found not to have insurance. The woman allegedly backed up, struck a squad car, and injured two deputies and her own mother. The incident was captured on dashcam videos.

Texas man gets 38 years for shooting dead Iraqi man new to U.S.

A young man has been found guilty in Dallas, Texas of shooting to death a man newly arrived to the U.S. The dead man, from Iraq, was taking photos of the first snowfall he had ever seen when he was shot dead.

NFL Rumors: Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas gaining momentum

Las Vegas - The NFL decided during the off season to allow the St Louis Rams to return to Los Angeles, leaving the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders on the outside, still looking for a new deal in their current city or a move elsewhere.

Op-Ed: Obama scolds Vietnam on human rights, ignores U.S. war crimes

Hanoi - While visiting Vietnam this week, President Barack Obama criticized the nominally communist government’s human rights record and urged the Hanoi regime to allow greater freedom for the country’s 90 million people.

Grizzlies and polar bears are mating for an alarming reason

Grizzly-polar bear hybrids are becoming a reality. Most recently, a bear was shot in northern Canada that didn't quite fit the polar bear description.

Op-Ed: Libyan militia holding positions in offensive on Islamic State

Misratah - The militia from Misrata who recently retook territory captured by the Islamic State(IS) east and south of Misrata appear to be consolidating their position before advancing further towards the city of Sirte the IS stronghold.

Taylor Swift Tribute to take place at Mulcahy's on Long Island

Wantagh - On September 10, Taylor Swift fans on Long Island are in for a treat. A Taylor Swift Tribute act will be taking place at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh on Long Island.

Venezuela crisis draws timid international response

Caracas - Venezuela is sinking deeper into political and economic chaos, but the international response has been timid so far -- and is unlikely to put much pressure on an unbending President Nicolas Maduro, analysts say.

New Zealand suburb besieged with hundreds of thousands of flies

The fly infestation in a suburb in New Zealand became so bad that residents could not cook or eat a meal in their homes, shops were forced to close and some people were put on permanent "fly swatting" duty.

Thai boxer Amnat Ruenroeng battles Johnriel Casimero in rematch

IBF flyweight titlist Amnat Ruenroeng of Thailand stakes his title for the second time against former Filipino flyweight champion Johnriel Casimero Wednesday night in Beijing, Peoples Republic of China.

The U.S. is not prepared for a Zika virus outbreak

Washington D.c. - Speaking at a panel meeting at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, a CDC official told the audience the Zika virus remains "pretty concerning," pointing out that mosquito control had diminished in recent years.

Rome launches SOS for historic sites

Rome - Rome on Tuesday issued a 500-million-euro SOS to companies, wealthy philanthropists and its own citizens to help restore many of the Italian capital's iconic historic sites and avoid the risk of some falling into ruin.
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