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How Europeans became white-skinned

The mystery of why dark-skinned peoples, who migrated north from Africa, became white-skinned Europeans may have been solved.

Op-Ed: Why Floyd Mayweather didn't want to fight Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather was a reluctant foe when he was pushed into the Pacquiao fight by millions of fight fans around the world who could not accept him being called the world's best fighter without facing Manny Pacquiao in the ring.

Op-Ed: Mayweather sounds like giving up 2 weeks before fight night

For whatever reason, unbeaten American boxer Floyd Mayweather isn't talking much about his upcoming fight against Manny Pacquiao with barely two weeks left in the "Fight of the Century" on May 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mesut Özil masterclass sends Arsenal to the FA Cup final

Mesut Özil silenced his critics yet again as he combined with Alexis Sanchez to take Arsenal through to the FA Cup final.

Highlights of NAB 2015 with latest in film making gear Special

Las Vegas - Digital Journal reported live at this year's NAB 2015 convention which exceeded 100,000 in attendance. Held in Las Vegas, NAB is the world's largest digital media show for production, design, management and delivery of content across all formats.

Vancouver Canucks Kevin Bieksa says Flames ‘Ferklund’ a dumb-dumb

The Vancouver Canucks executed perfect playoff hockey Friday night and came away with a 4-1 over the Calgary Flames to even their series at a game apiece. The game ended with some brawling, a bushel of penalties and at least one wonderful quote.

Review: Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa tug at the heart on 'See You Again' Special

Pop singer Charlie Puth and rapper Wiz Khalifa delight on their new collaboration "See You Again," which is featured in "Furious 7."

HIV antibody therapy shows success

A new study has revealed that delivering antibodies to HIV-infected people can lower levels of the virus. This offers hope as a new treatment for those infected with the virus.

At least 23 killed in central Nigeria communal clashes: Police

Benue - At least 23 villagers have died in clashes between two mainly fishing and farming communities in central Nigeria's Benue state, police said Sunday.

Is China getting too aggressive in South China Sea?

Washington, D. C. - U.S. officials are raising concerns internationally about China’s latest activities in the South China Sea that appear to threaten Southeast Asia allies.

'Furious 7' outlasts 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' for its third win

It happened again. Not only did "Furious 7" win the box office, it did so by beating estimates. That seems to be a trend these days at the movies.

Poland demands apology over FBI director's Holocaust claim

Varsovia - Poland said Sunday it has demanded a formal apology from the United States after the head of the FBI claimed Poland shares responsibility for the Holocaust with Germany.

Review: Martina McBride and Sara Evans honor Dolly Parton with 'Jolene'

Country songstresses Martina McBride and Sara Evans honor country queen Dolly Parton with their superb rendition of "Jolene."

Exclusive Premiere: Mo Pitney premieres 'Country' lyric video Special

Curb recording country music artist Mo Pitney has released his lyric video for "Country" exclusively on Digital Journal.

Op-Ed: Manny Pacquiao 'too young' to be President, but may be one day

Boxing fans in North America, and the rest of the world for that matter, are not fully aware of how much Manny Pacquiao means to his country. The Pac-Man is a hero there, and not just for his prowess in the ring, which naturally does his country proud.

Are eating disorders genetic?

Mice lacking a gene implicated in human anorexia and bulimia weigh less than other mice. Such animals also display a variety of behavioral disorders. This points to a genetic basis for eating disorders.

Google reveals more on how 'Project Loon' balloon Internet works

Google has released a new video showing how it intends Project Loon to be an innovative new way of providing rural areas with access to the Internet. The unique effort could offer a connection to anyone with a smartphone.

East Asia traded with New World 1,000 years before Columbus

Artifacts found in Alaska confirm that East Asians from China, Korea and Yakutia traded with North Americans a thousand years before Columbus arrived.

How many recessive lethal mutations do we carry?

Scientists report an estimate of the average number of recessive lethal mutations people carry. The figures are quite surprising.

Teacher allegedly 'knocked out cold' by student's angry mother

Hempstead - An irate parent allegedly attacked a teacher in the hall of a middle school in Long Island — and the whole disturbing incident — filmed by surveillance cameras, shows the teacher knocked out cold.
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