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World's rarest plant is a relic from the age of the dinosaurs

Durban - Palm tree-like plants called cycads grew in abundance 135 million years ago, providing shelter from the heat and forage for plant-eating dinosaurs. If you want to see one of these plants today, you will have to visit a botanical garden.

Mt. Etna eruption in Sicily captured in dramatic video footage

Mt. Etna in Sicily, Italy has been active once again and some spectacular footage was filmed of its latest colorful eruptions. The video captured bright colors and plumes of smoke and a sea of gurgling lava.

2016 NHL Mock Draft: Colorado Avalanche looking at defenders?

Denver - Just three years ago Colorado was one of the top teams in the NHL and despite missing the Stanley Cup Playoffs the last two years, this franchise isn't far from making a return appearance.

World's deepest, longest railway tunnel set to open June 1

Zurich - On June 1, after 17 years of construction, Switzerland will begin testing trains in the world's longest railway tunnel, the Gotthard Base Tunnel that runs through the Swiss Alps.

Successful hypersonic rocket test will change air travel forever

Woomera - Hypersonic technology has become a game-changer, expected to revolutionize air and space travel in the very near future. Australian and U.S. scientists teamed up and sent the latest experimental hypersonic rocket up over the Australian desert last week.

2016 NBA Mock Draft: Chicago Bulls best option Malik Beasley?

Chicago - Injuries and off court distractions have caused the Chicago Bulls to play much lower than expectations the past couple of NBA seasons and something needs to change for this franchise to stay competitive.

Maduro calls out troops claiming U.S. plans to invade Venezuela

Caracas - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's embattled socialist government has been dealing with widespread protests, some of them violent, since last Wednesday. To quell the demonstrations, he called out the military.

Op-Ed: 'Thieving Forest' author reveals new mystery-crime novel Special

San Francisco - The author of "Thieving Forest," Martha Conway has now released a third novel, entitled "Sugarland: A Jazz Age Mystery.” It is her second mystery. But her work as a historical novelist is growing.

Baltimore police officer Nero acquitted in death of Freddie Gray

Baltimore police officer Edward Nero avoided a lengthy prison sentence Monday when a judge acquitted him on numerous charges in the death of a black man, Freddie Gray. Nero, who is white, hugged his lawyer when the verdict was read.

Dutch F-35 jets touch down for European air show debut

Leeuwarden - Two US-assembled F-35A fighter jets landed in the Netherlands on Monday, ahead of the stealthy plane's European air show debut over the summer.

Montreal making a push this summer to land Steven Stamkos?

Montreal - The Tampa Bay Lightning are looking for a return trip to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but speculation of the teams best player possibly leaving this summer could put a damper on their NHL season.

Interview: Ted Nugent talks 'Sonic Baptizm 2016' tour, hunting Special

Veteran rock star Ted Nugent chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming concert at The Paramount on August 23, as part of the "Sonic Baptizm 2016" tour.

MLB Power Rankings: Cubs on top, Orioles flying high

After a strong finish to last season, many MLB experts predicted big things for the Chicago Cubs this year and they haven't disappointed, going 29-13, the best record in baseball.

Philippines' Duterte launches vulgar attacks on Church

Davao - Explosive incoming Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte has launched a series of obscenity-filled attacks on the Catholic Church, branding local bishops corrupt "sons of whores" who are to be blamed for the nation's fast-growing population.

Clinton declines final debate with Sanders

Washington - Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton rejected an invitation to take part in a final campaign debate against her rival Bernie Sanders, her campaign said.

Jury finds Allen Wade guilty in the murders of the Wolfe sisters Special

Pittsburgh - After deliberating just over 16 hours a jury of seven women and five men found Allen Wade guilty of the February 6, 2014 murders and robbery of Sarah and Susan Wolfe

Venezuelan middle-class struggles with shrinking money

Caracas - Venezuela's minimum monthly salary is 15,051 bolivares, which a government subsidy for all workers bumps up to nearly 18,600 bolivares. But no matter how you cut it, it's barely enough to live on.

NFL Rumors: Arian Foster to Washington Redskins?

Washington - The Washington Redskins made the NFL Playoffs last season despite the lack of a solid running game and with Alfred Morris now playing elsewhere, this team could look for help before the regular season begins.

Corruption scandal throws Brazil's interim government into disarray

Bras - Acting Brazilian president Michel Temer's government faced its first major crisis Monday when a key minister stepped aside following a leaked recording in which he appears to discuss using Dilma Rousseff's impeachment to derail a huge corruption probe....

Mexico begins exhumation of more than 100 bodies

Tetelcingo - Mexican authorities and independent experts began the exhumation of more than a hundred bodies buried in pits in the central state of Morelos.
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