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Op-Ed: Robots, the Cloud and robot banks — Utopia? Maybe, maybe not

Sydney - The robots are coming, but not the way you’d expect. They’re about to replace the suits, and perhaps even declutter your home. Spooky? Much more than that. There’s a “vision of excellence," and you know what that means — chaos.

Review: The Roys delight on new bluegrass album 'The View' Special

Bluegrass duo The Roys will release their studio album "The View" tomorrow, and it is one of their best musical works to date.

Eurozone recovery stalled; more austerity possible

Frankfort - With Europe’s economic recovery slumping, euro governments are under increasing pressure to act while facing considerable political obstacles and disgruntled constituencies ready to light the fuse on protests against renewed austerity measures.

Interview with Slash Special

The guitar legend, who really needs no introduction, chats to Digital Journal about the new album he's about to release with current collaborators, Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators.

Incredible 3-D printed keys that can unlock almost anything

Technologists have utilized 3-D printing technology to produce "bump keys". These are keys capable of opening millions of locks.

Russia has 'severed' partnership with Europe, says Germany

Gdansk - Russia has "effectively severed its partnership" with Europe and wants to establish a new order, German President Joachim Gauck said Monday.

Pullman Park could become the Statue of Liberty of American labor

Chicago - The Labor Day holiday has its roots in Chicago's Pullman neighborhood, which is the site of our nation's first major labor strike, leading to the establishment of the holiday. Rep. Robin Kelly (D-IL) introduced a bill to designate Pullman a National Park.

Op-Ed: Fighting terror prayer challenge (selfies OK)

On Sundays, our parish sings the Beatitudes, from the Sermon on the Mount. But this time, the words reached through the millennia to highlight the headlines of today: wars, beheadings, and the jihadist genocides of Christians and people of other faiths.

Fifth Harmony to release new album 'Reflection' in November

All-female group Fifth Harmony will be releasing their debut studio effort "Reflection" on November 17, on Epic Records and Syco Music.

Hover bikes soon to be a reality

In the future flying machines would replace the automobile our teachers once told us. That prediction has just become a reality. The first hover bike is now making headlines for being the first of many hover machines being produced for the mass market.

Knifeman kills 3 children in China school attack: Media

Shiyan - A knifeman stabbed three children to death and wounded five more plus a teacher in a rampage at a Chinese primary school on Monday, reports said, in the country's latest attack against youngsters.

Op-Ed: Mindless learning — Student lack of critical thinking major issue

Lincoln - An English professor in Nebraska recently made statements which go to the core of basic learning. She says her students will simply accept any information they’re given without question. This is "mindless education" at its worst.

Poland on edge 75 years after Hitler and Stalin carved it up

Warsaw - Poland marks the 75th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II Monday with one eye on Russia, which invaded it during the war and is now throwing its weight around in neighbouring Ukraine.

Islamic State jihadists using cluster bombs: Rights group

Damascus - Islamic State jihadists have used cluster munitions in Syria in at least one location and Syria's regime is continuing to use the widely banned weapon, Human Rights Watch said Monday.

Jennifer Lawrence nude photos leaked online

Los Angeles - Private pictures of Oscar winning actor, Jennifer Lawrence, surfaced online through a site, 4chan. Reportedly, the hacker claims to have explicit pictures of at least 100 other celebrities.

Ukraine defence minister warns of 'great war' with Russia

Kiev - Ukraine's defence minister warned on Monday that a "great war" had broken out with Russia over his country's future that could claim tens of thousands of lives.

Op-Ed: Money saving tips for back to school

Labor Day marks the unofficial end to summer, and of course, also back to school season. While school supply lists seem to grow, there are smart ways to save money on back to school shopping, especially on and just after the Labor Day weekend.

Singer-songwriter Nick Santino preparing for Fall tours Special

In support of his debut album 'Big Skies' which was released at the end of May on the 8123 management group, Nick Santino is gearing up to tour the UK and North America this Fall.

10 Libya troops killed in clashes with jihadists

Benghazi - Jihadist gunmen clashed on Monday with Libyan troops in Benghazi, killing 10 soldiers, as the Islamists tried to advance on an airport in the eastern city, the army said.

'Up to 15,000 Russian soldiers' sent to Ukraine say rights groups

Moscow - Up to 15,000 Russian soldiers have been sent to Ukraine over the past two months, and at least 200 may have died in combat there, rights groups told AFP on Monday.
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