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Dolphins don't belong in the desert says advocacy group Special

Las Vegas - It's been described by advocates as the dolphin death pool. Tucked away inside The Mirage Hotel and Casino Resort in Las Vegas, are ten bottlenose dolphins. All of them are suffering from the desert heat says the Mojave Dolphin campaign.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Aerosmith's Brad Whitford talks 'Let Rock Rule' summer tour Special

Brad Whitford, the rhythm guitar player from the acclaimed rock band Aerosmith chatted with me about their "Let Rock Rule" North America summer tour and their musical career.
Digital Journal Report by Markos Papadatos

Doctor at forefront of fight against Ebola contracts the disease

Virologist Sheik Umar Khan, 39, has been hailed as a National Hero by Sierra Leone's Health Minister. After working so hard to control the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in his country, the doctor has now caught the disease.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Wreckage of missing Algerian airliner found in Mali

Ouagadougou - The wreckage of an Air Algerie plane missing since Thursday with 116 people on board has been found in Mali near the Burkina Faso border, an army coordinator in Burkina Faso and the French presidency said."We have found the Algerian plane.
In the Media by Amal BELALLOUFI, Amer Ouali (AFP)

Lethal injections face scrutiny after two-hour U.S. execution

Washington - The U.S. Supreme Court is under increasing pressure to consider halting death sentences by lethal injection after a convicted Arizona killer took two hours to die.
In the Media by Chantal Valery (AFP)

ISIS leader demands female genital mutilation of 2 million girls

Mosul - A Jihadist leader associated with the militant Islamist group ISIS — the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham — has ordered that all women aged from 11 to 46 years in Iraq undergo female genital mutilation (FGM), according to a UN spokeswoman.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 21 comments

Op-Ed: Coca-Cola and the power of brand association

Atlanta - Brand association is a powerful tool in corporate marketing. If a brand can have their product positively associated in a consumer’s mind, they pretty much won that consumer over for life. In the world of positive brand association, Coca-Cola is king.
In the Media by Dan Pelberg - 2 comments

Ancient Viking sword to go under the hammer

London - A very rare Viking sword from the 11th Century that could have been at both the Battle of Stamford Bridge and at Bannockburn is to go on auction at Christie’s in London.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 1 comment

UN Human Rights Council votes 29-1 to probe Israeli 'war crimes'

Geneva - The United Nations Human Rights Council has voted to launch an investigation of possible Israeli war crimes committed during its 16-day war against Hamas in Gaza.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins

U.S. Senate Democrat John Walsh hit by charges of plagiarism

Helena - Thursday, the Democrat running for U.S. Senate from Montana made headlines from New York to Montana for allegedly lifting much of his 2007 master’s thesis from publications without adequate credit - a serious academic offense.
In the Media by Larry Clifton - 2 comments

Brandon Chase reflects on CMA Music Festival, talks future plans Special

Nashville - Country singer Brandon Chase chatted with me about his recent experience at this year's CMA Music Festival and about his future.
Digital Journal Report by Markos Papadatos

Changing oceans affecting calcification of marine organisms

The ocean is home to many creatures, and all of them take their sustenance from this environment. One group of organisms use the ocean's calcium to create their shells and exoskeletons. These are the calcifiers, the mollusks, corals and starfish.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Fukushima radiation linked to Japanese monkeys’ blood count

Fukushima - A new report suggests that Japanese monkeys have suffered health issues likely attributable to the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011.
In the Media by Tim Sandle

Canadian boy regains hearing after receiving brain stem implant

Montreal - Auguste Majkowski can now hear sounds for the first time in his life. Three-year-old Auguste received surgery which connected an advanced form of hearing aid to his brain stem.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 1 comment

Taiwan airline sorry for crash as relatives blast chairman

Makung - Taiwan's TransAsia Airways ran an apology on the front pages of five major newspapers Friday, pledging to shoulder the "utmost responsibility" after 48 people died when one of its planes crashed in stormy weather.
In the Media by Benjamin Yeh (AFP)

Ted Cruz claims FAA flight ban is 'economic boycott of Israel'

Texas Republican Ted Cruz attacked the Obama administration on Wednesday, claiming the FAA flight ban to Israel was politically motivated.
In the Media by Dan Pelberg - 13 comments

Australian soap 'Neighbours' casts first aboriginal actor

For the first time since airing, the Australian soap "Neighbours" will be casting an Aboriginal actor. He'll be playing a lead role as Nate Kinski, making his debut on 13 August.
In the Media by Simon Crompton - 1 comment

NFL's Ray Rice allegedly beat fiancée and is now suspended

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has reportedly been suspended for two games after accusations that he beat his former fiancée Janay Palmer unconscious and dragged her out of an elevator.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

California businesses unite to protect waterways

Los Angeles - A network of California businesses are working together to protect the state’s coast, ocean, bays, rivers and streams. The initiative has been dubbed the 'Blue Business Council'.
In the Media by Tim Sandle

Alaska frogs survive in freezing conditions

Anchorage - In subarctic Interior Alaska, wood frogs spend winter in the ground covered by duff and leaf litter in condiitons where temperatures can remain below freezing for more than six months with minimum temperatures of minus four (minus 20 Celsius).
In the Media by Tim Sandle
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