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Canadians first to climb treacherous Horseshoe Falls ice wall

There's something about winter that brings out the courage, and brazen competitive foolishness, of Canadians. They show it in hockey, on skis and in climbing ice walls. Yes, Canadians Will Gadd and Sarah Hueniken climbed a wall of ice.

50-foot 'dragon dinosaur' fossils found in China

Paleontologists in China have discovered that a skeleton unearthed in 2006 is a previously unknown species, and have called the 50-foot specimen, "dragon" dinosaur.

Dark horse-shaped UFO spotted over Mexico's Colima volcano

Mexico - A horse-shaped UFO, reminiscent of the Greek mythological Pegasus, was captured on video hovering over the Colima volcano, one of Mexico's most active, located 300 miles west of Mexico City.

Hungary under pressure to pick sides in Russia-EU standoff

Budapest - Hungary's maverick Prime Minister Viktor Orban has spent the past year straddling the divide between Russia and his European Union counterparts on the crisis in Ukraine.But he may soon be forced to pick sides.

Pacquiao to join National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC

Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao will be in Washington DC next week to join the National Prayer Breakfast with President Barack Obama and other heads of state including the Dalai Lama.

Report: Floyd Mayweather - Manny Pacquiao deal done, fight May 2

It has been some five years in the making but boxing fans will just be happy it is here: a contract between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather has been negotiated. TMZ Sports said a source told them the two sides came to an agreement Friday afternoon.

New eyeglass lenses go from clear to shaded when you want them to

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have a solution for changing between clear and shaded eyeglasses, quickly, without the long changeover time of transitional lenses.

Kurds battle IS jihadists around Syria's Kobane

Birut - Kurdish forces engaged in sporadic battles with Islamic State jihadists around the Syrian town of Kobane on Saturday, seeking to expand their control in the area, a monitor said.

Review: Ellie Goulding back with stellar single 'Love Me Like You Do' Special

Just when you thought that pop songstress Ellie Goulding could not possibly get any better, she proves her listeners wrong again with new single.

Op-Ed: Everything changes once opponent feels Pacquiao's speed and power

Now that everything appears to have been worked out minus the official announcement for the world's biggest boxing event featuring Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, it is time to find out who between them would prevail in the ring on May 2.

Fifteen Ukrainian soldiers killed in latest fighting

Kiev - Fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian forces in the east of the country has left 15 government soldiers dead and 30 wounded over the past 24 hours, Ukraine's defence minister said Saturday.

Op-Ed: UN-sponsored Libyan peace talks continue with some progress made

Tripoli - Mainstream media seem uninterested in what is happening in Libya unless it involves attacks by the Islamic State, with foreigners, especially Americans, being killed, or anything involving US politicians -such as Hilary Clinton.

Mediators seek Ukraine truce as 15 troops killed

Kiev - Kiev's pro-Western leaders and mediators hoped to reach a "binding" truce with pro-Russian separatists Saturday despite Ukraine suffering one of its bloodiest days yet in the nine-month conflict with 15 troops killed.

Review: Jeff Timmons shines on 'I Do' acoustic duet with Jessie Chris Special

98 Degrees founding member, Jeff Timmons, has collaborated with Jessie Chris and their "I Do" collaboration is compelling.

Seattle to get Washington state's first marijuana vending machine

Much like soft drink and candy bar users, Seattle pot users, both medical and recreational, will have the convenience of buying marijuana from a vending machine next month. It will be the city and state's first marijuana vending machine.

North Korea will soon make military service mandatory for women

In an effort to create a stronger military, North Korea will made military service mandatory for all eligible females between the ages of 17 and 20. The young women will have to serve until they are aged 23.

Saiyan God Goku available in 'Dragon Ball Xenoverse'

Remember that "Dragon Ball Xenoverse" is coming in February to the PC and consoles. Bandai Namco reminds you by streaming its fourth promo trailer.

Should powdered caffeine be banned? Special

Washington - Six U.S. senators are calling on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ban the trade of powdered caffeine – caffeine in its pure form. This is due to the associated risks.

Weizsaecker, united Germany's first president, dies aged 94

Berlin - Richard von Weizsaecker, who died Saturday aged 94, was the first president of a reunited Germany and played a major role in helping the country face up to its Nazi past.

Concerns continue with compounding pharmacies

Washington - Following widespread concerns during 2012 and 2013 a new report suggests there are still gaps in the oversight of U.S. compounding pharmacies.
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