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Rocket could defy laws of physics, fly to moon in 4 hours

German scientists have confirmed that the so-called "EMDrive" rocket created by NASA could defy the known laws of physics and be capable of flying to the moon in just four hours.

Op-Ed: Rematch with Juan Estrada is best option for Brian Viloria

After dispatching Omar Soto in two rounds via knockout last Saturday at the Florentine Garden in Hollywood, Brian Viloria has set his sight on a lucrative fight against unbeaten WBC flyweight champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzales.

Denmark has banned kosher and halal slaughter

On Monday, a sweeping ban on religious slaughter of animals was enacted in Denmark. The move has led to backlash from Muslim and Jewish community representatives.

MLB Rumors: Blue Jays top pitching options at trade deadline?

Toronto - Toronto made a blockbuster trade this week when they acquired veteran All Star Troy Tulowitzki from Colorado, but for a squad that has already scored more runs than any other team in the MLB, it's not exactly the move this club needed.

Microsoft's Windows 10 download puts pressure on the Internet

The Internet is being put under immense pressure today from the millions of people who are upgrading to Windows 10. Microsoft is currently seeing 16 installs per second and has exclusively reserved 40Tbps bandwidth from all the major delivery networks.

NBA Rumors: Dorell Wright to LA Lakers?

Los Angeles - It has been a busy summer for LA Lakers general manager and his staff with the team making several changes to the roster, including adding three rookies through the NBA Draft, but depth is still an issue.

Cincinnati police officer charged for shooting, killing black man

A white police officer with the University of Cincinnati has been charged with murder for shooting an unarmed black male in the head on July 19. The man was shot during a routine traffic stop.

Fast-burning fake palm trees fueled blaze at The Cosmopolitan

Las Vegas - Fake palm trees and high winds fueled a poolside fire on a rooftop at The Cosmopolitan hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip over the weekend, fire officials said Monday.

SALt lamp runs on a glass of water and two teaspoons of salt

For the 44 percent of the world's population living near coastal waters, a lamp that runs on saltwater could prove to be particularly useful. Imagine lighting a lamp without the need for an electric grid.

The Marshall Tucker Band talks 2015 NYCB Theatre at Westbury show Special

Westbury - Doug Gray from the southern rock group Marshall Tucker Band chatted about their 2015 show in Westbury, New York, this September.

A new craze has people 'vaping' caffeine

Instead of getting their morning hit of caffeine by sipping a cup of coffee, some people are now inhaling it. Caffeine vaporizers deliver a puff of the popular stimulant on the go.

Canadian Donald Sutherland issues plea to get vote in his country

Actor Donald Sutherland, yes, the father of Kiefer Sutherland, has written an opinion piece in a national Canadian newspaper about his lack of voting rights in his own country. As he lives aboard, and has for over 5 years, he can't vote in Canada.

Citing 'economic reasons,' HP halts production in St. Petersburg

California-based PC giant Hewlett-Packard announced on Tuesday it was pulling up stakes at its Shushary factory near St. Petersburg, Russia.

Finding a needle in a hay stack just became easier

The detection of metal contaminates in our food supply is important to our health and safety, but existing methods of inspection are limited. However, researchers at Toyohashi University Of Technology may have solved that problem.

Review: Culture Club nostalgic at Beacon Theatre in New York City Special

New York - Culture Club performed at New York City's Beacon Theatre on July 27, and they were able to give their fans a well-received musical set.

Interview: Horace Panter of The Specials discusses music and art Special

The bass player with the ska/2 Tone legends is also an accomplished artist who has exhibited his paintings all over the world. He gave an exclusive interview to Digital Journal.

Simple therapy helps middle ear problem common to kids

A cheap and simple procedure that seems more like silly game than a medical therapy appears to help young children clear their ears of fluid.

Review: Lynn Anderson amazing on new 'Drift Away Gospel' lyric video Special

Grammy-winning country star Lynn Anderson has released a stunning lyric video for her latest version of "Drift Away Gospel."

Dodgers acquire Mat Latos, Michael Morse from Marlins

In an expected move by Miami seen as a salary dump, Mat Latos and Michael Morse are headed to Los Angeles. Miami already had playoff chances dimmed due to New York and Washington moves over the last few days.

T. rex and cousins had uniquely serrated teeth, scientists find

For some time, scientists have known that Tyrannosaurus rex and other theropod dinosaurs had serrated teeth. They knew that those teeth, with their jagged edges worked like steak knives to help their owner tear through flesh.
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