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People can categorize words while asleep

Paris - According to a new study, the human brain can process information and even direct responses to cues while a person is sleeping.

Review: Tim McGraw astonishes on new album 'Sundown Heaven Town' Special

Country star Tim McGraw is back with his best album to date "Sundown Heaven Town," which came out on Big Machine Records.

Serious eBay flaw exposes customers to malicious website risk

A dangerous flaw that has exposed eBay customers to malicious websites has been affecting the site since at February 2014.

Barcelona hospital turns MRI into a space adventure for children

Barcelona - Being examined by an MRI machine tends to be scary for everyone, but particularly so for children. A hospital in Barcelona has come up with a high-tech and novel solution by turning the MRI room into a space wonderland.

Review: Amy Schumer's raunchy humour scores big at JFL42 Special

Toronto - As the first of JFL42's headliners, Amy Schumer had high expectations placed on her, but she more than delivered to a sold-out Sony Theatre Friday night in Toronto.

Op-Ed: Boehner ridicules unemployed who 'Don’t think they have to work'

Washington - House Speaker John Boehner is picking up where Mitt Romney left off, Boehner is echoing Romney’s infamous claim that 47 percent of Americans are “takers.” Boehner laments unemployed "just sit around," opting instead for benefits in lieu of work.

Iran Happy dancers given 91 lashes

Tehran - Six Iranians arrested for filming a video tribute to Pharrell Williams' song "Happy" have been sentenced to 91 lashes and jail terms.

Obama to press at UN for broader anti-IS coalition

Washington - US President Barack Obama plans to make his case against the Islamic State militants before the world at the United Nations General Assembly next week in a bid for greater international support in the anti-IS fight.

Disputed Afghan election result to be announced Sunday: official

Kabul - The result of Afghanistan's disputed election will be declared on Sunday, officials said Saturday, as last-minute talks between the two rival candidates continued on a proposed power-sharing deal.

U.S. military joins Ebola campaign

Washington - After several weeks of international lobbying, President Obama has agreed to send thousands of military personnel to Africa to streamline infectious disease-response efforts against Ebola.

Topfinds: The world's eyes on Scotland; 'The Prophet' stuns

The eyes of the world are on Scotland, who just recently voted "no" to independence from Britain. Khalil Gibran's classic 'The Prophet' comes to life. Shane Koyczan debuts a powerful new video-poem on cyberbullying. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Belgium thwarts jihadist attacks: Report

Brussels - Belgian authorities have prevented several attacks by jihadist fighters returning home from Syria and by sympathisers with the Islamic State extremist group, a report said Saturday.

New elastomer inspired by squids

A new synthetic material that imitates how squid skin changes color and texture, has been developed. The remarkable polymer changes color and texture in response to remote signals.

Whooping cough cases rise in the U.S.

Cases of whooping cough are rising across the U.S. This has been attributed to a recently altered vaccine and parents who are opting their children out of inoculations.

Security upped at Vatican over attack fears

Rome - Security has been tightened in Saint Peter's Square after intelligence services intercepted a possible plan to attack the Vatican, Italian media reported Saturday, increasing fears Pope Francis could be in danger.

Adam Lambert inks record deal with new label for third album

Grammy-nominated pop singer Adam Lambert has inked a record deal with a new label, in order to release his upcoming third studio album.

Eight Ebola aid workers in Guinea slaughtered by villagers

At least eight aid workers and journalists accompanying them were killed and their bodies dumped into a latrine in a remote village in Guinea this week. The group had come to the village to educate people on Ebola and how to avoid getting the disease.

White House evacuated as intruder storms towards West Wing

Washington D.c. - Staff members and members of the media have been evacuated from the White House following an intruder scaling the fence and rushing towards the building.

Obama's strategy to tackle antibiotic resistant superbugs

Washington - President Obama has launched a new national strategy to combat antibiotic resistance. The strategy seeks to find new types of diagnostic testing and to improve disease surveillance,

Turkish hostages freed, jihadists advance in Syria

Istanbul - Forty-nine Turks were freed Saturday more than three months after the Islamic State group kidnapped them in Iraq, as tens of thousands fled across the Syrian border from the advancing jihadists.
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