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Op-Ed: Nonito Donaire could still be the next Manny Pacquiao

Very soon Manny Pacquiao will retire after a 20-year colorful boxing career and when he does, someone should be able to fill the vacuum the Filipino boxing superstar will leave behind.

Video: Christian woman's anti-gay marriage rant goes viral

Ellettsville - An Indiana woman's video rant against the Supreme Court's recent ruling legalizing same-sex marriage has gone viral, sparking condemnation and more than a few parodical remixes and rebuttals.

Review: The only thing not veiled in ‘Deep Web’ is its agenda Special

‘Deep Web’ is a compelling documentary that explores a secret realm of the Internet and suggests a twenty-something idealist may have been unfairly prosecuted for his activities in this world.

Humans now taller and smarter than ever, study finds

Edinburgh - Genetic diversity may explain why people have sharper thinking skills and are taller, a study suggests. However, genetic diversity was found not to be related to the development of serious conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.

America's oldest bald eagle, age 38, hit by car and dies

America's oldest bald eagle was hit by a car and killed in New York. The eagle had been introduced to the wild when the species was on the brink of extinction in the 1970s.

Bill Cosby said he got drugs to give to women for sex

Philadelphia - American comedy icon Bill Cosby admitted under oath a decade ago that he obtained sedatives to give to young women he wanted to have sex with.

High civilian death toll in U.S. coalition strikes in Iraq, Syria

Dozens of innocent civilians have been killed in US-led coalition and Iraqi government bombings targeting Islamic State fighters and infrastructure in Syria and Iraq over the weekend.

Iraqi warplane accidentally bombs Baghdad, killing 12 people

Baghdad - An Iraqi fighter jet, returning to base after a mission targeting ISIS positions accidentally dropped a bomb on a Baghdad neighborhood on Monday, killing at least 12 people and destroying three houses.

Bloody Fourth of July weekend leaves 10 dead and 54 wounded

Chicago - Chicago ended up having one of the bloodiest Fourth of July's in the nation over the weekend. When the smoke cleared, 10 people were killed and another 54 wounded. One of those killed was a seven-year-old boy.

Smoke on the water, fire in the sky as western Canada burns

Firefighters in Saskatchewan are battling 112 wildfires that have now forced the evacuation of over 13,000 people, while in B.C., 180 wildfires are burning across the province, turning Vancouver's skyline into a surreal vision of Hades.

Op-Ed: Greek policy: Contradictions and cave ins

Athen - Negotiations between Greece's creditors and the Syriza government have seen many change in positions by the Greek government on privatization, taxes, debt reduction, and other issues. Different officials made contrasting statements on disputed issues.

Suspected cattle thieves kill 37 in Nigeria: Local gov't

Kano - Gunmen suspected of being cattle thieves killed at least 37 people in a village in northern Nigeria's Zamfara state, a local government official said Monday.

The morning after: Cheers fade as Greeks face reality

Atenas - After jubilant celebrations by 'No' voters, Athens returned to a reality of ATM queues on Monday and the shock news that the finance minister, champion of the victorious anti-austerity camp, had quit.

Spyware firm Hacking Team hacked, embarrassing data leaked

Italian spyware company Hacking Team was hacked and embarrassing data was revealed. Leaked invoices suggest spyware may have been sold to repressive governments.

Interview with Canadian singer/songwriter Ann Vriend Special

The Edmonton-based musician is particularly popular in her native country and in Australia. She also has an album and a single out and talks to Digital Journal about both.

Rachel Platten talks 'Fight Song,' future plans and Andy Grammer Special

Acclaimed pop star Rachel Platten chatted with Digital Journal about her hit single "Fight Song" and her tour stop at New York's Pier 97 on July 14.

Cosby admits drugging woman for sex

Los Angeles - Embattled US comedian Bill Cosby admitted having drugged at least one woman with Quaaludes to have sex with her, court documents show.

NASCAR: Earnhardt wins race marred by horrific crash

Daytona Beach - It was only fitting that on a weekend when the United States was celebrating its Independence Day, a different type of fireworks dominated the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car race at Daytona International Speedway.

Philae comet possible home to alien life is false say scientists

The Guardian reported that scientists believed that comet 67p could be inhabited by alien life. Scientists involved with the Rosetta mission shot down the claims and the Guardian reversed its position, writing that there is no life on the comet.

Lessons from bee-killing parasites

Around the world bees are at risk from pesticides, environmental conditions and parasite infestations. New research into bee mites suggests we can learn a lot about parasites in general and find ways to protect bee colonies.
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