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NHL News and Rumors: Mark Fayne to Toronto Maple Leafs?

Toronto - This is an important summer for the front office of the Toronto Maple Leafs as they look to continue their rebuilding process, but with the right moves in the next few months, 2017 could see them battle for a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

An old disease has reared its ugly head, and it's spreading

Cutaneous leishmaniasis, a disease once contained to areas around Aleppo and Damascus in Syria, has now been given new life thanks to the ongoing conflict in the region, reaching catastrophic proportions.

3 teen girls in Florida charged for throwing rabbit against wall

Three teenage girls in Florida have been taken into custody and charged after allegedly throwing a bunny rabbit against a wall. Repeatedly.

Op-Ed: Time for Donnie Nietes to monetize soaring popularity

Longest reigning Filipino world boxing champion Donnie Nietes needs to seize the moment and monetize his soaring popularity after a very impressive performance against tough challenger Raul Garcia of Mexico Saturday night in Bacolod City, Philippines.

Huntington's Disease advocate kicks off dance challenge Special

Canning - May is Juvenile Huntingtons/Huntington's Disease awareness month and as the month winds down HD advocates turn up the heat to create awareness and eventually a cure or treatment for the dreaded disease.

Craigslist junker selling for $700 turns out to be worth millions

You never know what you might find on the Internet today. Corvette lovers are still kicking themselves after discovering an old "junker" advertised on Craigslist five years ago for a paltry $700 was actually worth millions.

Gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo shot dead after boy fell into enclosure

Cincinnati - A 400-pound gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo was shot to death by a zoo employee after a four-year-old boy fell into its enclosure and was dragged around by the gorilla. The boy was injured but is expected to survive.

Op-Ed: Forces loyal to Libyan unity government aim to surround Sirte

Surt - Forces of the Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos (Solid Structure) mostly militia from Misrata say they are aiming to encircle Sirte the last large city stronghold of the Islamic State in Libya.

NBA Trade Rumors: Nerlens Noel to Boston Celtics?

Boston - General manager Danny Ainge is set for a busy off season as the Boston Celtics have three first round draft picks and upwards of $50 million in cap space to work, which has led to plenty of speculation heading into the upcoming NBA Draft.

Bulgaria stops 100 migrants at Greek border

Sofia - Bulgaria has for the first time blocked around a hundred migrants from entering through its southern border with Greece, sending a "strong message" to human traffickers, a minister said Sunday.

Hundreds evicted in fresh anti-migrant unrest on French Mayotte island

Mamoutzou - Hundreds of foreigners were booted out of their homes on the French Indian Ocean island of Mayotte Sunday in a fresh wave of forced evictions by anti-migrant groups, local officials said.

Avanesyan derails Mosley's planned title fight with points win

Former WBA welterweight champion Shane Mosley could have earned another world title fight if he won his third straight fight against Russian welterweight challenger David Avanesyan Saturday night at the Gila River Arena Glendale, Arizona.

Op-Ed: US Navy super rail gun — Redefining future fire power

Washington - There’s been a lot of hype behind the public unveiling of the U.S. Navy’s rail gun, which has ironically missed a lot of major subjects and strong positives. This is a fundamentally flexible system with multiple ramifications for future wars.

Op-Ed: LeAnn Rimes' Top 5 Vocal Performances

Country darling LeAnn Rimes has a voice that is an eighth world wonder. Digital Journal ranks her 5 greatest vocal performances.

St. Nicholas Greek Church to host 2016 Greek festival

West Babylon - Starting June 2, the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in West Babylon will be hosting its annual Greek festival on Long Island.

Nanoparticles created to seek out cancer cells

Moscow - A key application of nanotechnology is in the medical field and one useful application is with the early detection of cancerous cells. Researchers from Russia report on a new innovation.

WWE star Damien Sandow and Rage to appear in Farmingdale

Farmingdale - On August 6, WWE star Damien Sandow and independent sensation Rage will be appearing at Frankie's East Side Gourmet Pizza in Farmingdale.

FDA approves first implant treatment for opioid drug addiction

A tiny implant that will help opioid addicts fight their cravings has won approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The implants will soon be available in that country, likely next month.

Op-Ed: Largerthanlife's Top 5 live vocal performances at Mulcahy's

Cover band Largerthanlife performs regularly at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh, and Digital Journal ranks their Top 5 greatest vocal performances.

Forty children drown as shipwrecks claim up to 700, survivors say

Rome - A week of shipwrecks and death in the Mediterranean culminated Sunday with harrowing testimony from migrant survivors who said another 500 people including 40 children had drowned, bringing the number of feared dead to 700.
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