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First ever photo of light as both wave and particle at same time

For the first time ever, light in the simultaneous form of both wave and particle, has been captured on camera by scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL)

Op-Ed: Scientist who is the darling of climate change deniers feels heat

A scientist who is the darling of climate change deniers is feeling the heat after it was discovered that he has accepted $1.3 million in funding from private interest groups, including Exxon Mobil and Koch Industries.

Mr. Big Shot: Study finds men more likely narcissistic than women

A team of researchers has looked at 31-years of data on 475,000 people and found that men are more narcissistic than are women. They found men more likely to have a greater sense of entitlement and less likely to feel badly about it.

Recovering Ireland appeals for diaspora to come home

Dublin - Ireland's government this week launched a new programme called "Global Irish" designed to attract thousands of emigrants who left during the financial crisis to return.

Catching up with Tony Dovolani from 'Dancing With the Stars' Special

Tony Dovolani from "Dancing With The Stars" took some time from his schedule to chat with Digital Journal to chat about the current season of the reality show.

Zinfandel's wine roots to bear tourism fruit in Kastela, Croatia Special

Kastel Stafilic - The origins of one of America's best-known grape varieties are enjoying a comeback in Dalmatia, as the Croatian wine story takes another step forward.

Archaeologists find 3,000-year-old tomb in Luxor

Luxor - Egypt's antiquities ministry announced on Tuesday the discovery of the tomb of Amenhotep, guard of the temple of Egyptian diety Anun, in the city of Luxor. The tomb, believed to be 3,000 years old, would date to the New Kingdom's 18th dynasty.

Wreck of the biggest battleship ever built discovered

Tokyo - An American team has announced it has found the wreck of the WWII Japanese super-battleship, Musashi, sunk by US warplanes in 1944 in the Sibuyan Sea in the Philippines.

2015 NBA Mock Draft: First round projections and analysis

College basketball fans are in full gear for the start of March Madness, but for NBA teams that have struggled to win games, this time of year is used to evaluate talent and begin preparations for the draft this summer.

NFL Rumors: Mark Ingram to Philadelphia Eagles?

Philadelphia - Chip Kelly is trying to turnaround the Philadelphia Eagles and the recent trade of All Pro running back LeSean McCoy created a storm of controversy, but the NFL is loaded with talented backs and Kelly believes adding help on defense is key to winning.

Weasel hitching a ride on back of a woodpecker goes viral [Photo]

London - A photograph that has been described as a "one-in-a-million" snap, shows a weasel hitching a ride on the back of a woodpecker. The photo has gone viral online with the hashtag #weaselpecker trending as thousands shared the photo posted to Twitter Monday.

Google figures out how to stop people from lying on the Internet

Google has worked out a way to quash lying on the internet. The New Scientist reports that Google is interested in the idea of ranking websites based on facts, not merely the prevalence of incoming links.

Encounter with aliens and UFOs deemed historical fact

Great Barrington - One Massachusetts family's close encounters with aliens and UFOs in the 1960s are now being documented as historical fact.

FDA taking the heat for duodenoscope sold without approval

Los Angeles - Doctors and Congress are now demanding to know why the Food and Drug Administration, the agency mandated with protecting the health of the American public, failed to address a critical flaw in a medical instrument that has caused deaths and illness.

Current HIV traced back to gorillas

Two of the main types of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), the viruses responsible for AIDS, have been traced back to western lowland gorillas.

High salt diet could protect against pathogens

Putting health warnings about salt to one side, dietary salt may help to defend the body against invading pathogens. This surprising finding comes from a new study.

First glimpse of Vision in new ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ trailer

Hours after Marvel tweeted a call to action, they launched the awesome third trailer for the upcoming superhero movie, ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron.’

Op-Ed: Opposing Kathleen Wynne’s sex-ed doesn’t make you 'homophobic'

Toronto - Last month, the Ontario Liberal government released the latest sex-ed curriculum, which drew a positive reaction. But there were 500 people that protested outside of Queen’s Park, prompting the premier to refer to them as “homophobic.”

EU, Cuba resume talks to normalize relations

Havana - The European Union and Cuba resumed negotiations Wednesday in a third round of talks aimed at normalizing relations, as Havana and Washington work through their own historic rapprochement.

Review: George Ezra pleasant on radio single 'Budapest' Special

Singer-songwriter George Ezra soars on his radio single "Budapest," which is making its way up the charts in the United States.
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