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Microsoft begins rolling out the Xbox One Summer Update

Microsoft has begun to roll out the Xbox One Summer Update, a few days ahead of its expected launch date. The launch marks the arrival of digital assistant Cortana on the console, allowing gamers to take control of features with their voice.

Deadly invasive New Guinea flatworm spreading in Florida

Cape Coral - The invasive and deadly New Guinea flatworm, first reported in Miami, Florida in June 2015, has now spread to the state's southwestern coast. Specimens of the land-dwelling predators have been found in Cape Coral.

Apollo astronauts at greater risk of heart disease than others

Tallahassee - A recently released study shows astronauts who left Earth's orbit are four or five times more likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease than astronauts who never left orbit or never flew.

US urges UN to back African force for South Sudan

New York - The United States urged the UN Security Council to back a regional force for South Sudan to shore up UN peacekeepers unable to cope with the violence.

Catching up with Justin Moore: New album 'Kinda Don't Care' Special

Country star Justin Moore chatted with Digital Journal about his single "You Look Like I Need a Drink," as well as his upcoming album "Kinda Don't Care."

Remembering Country Queen Lynn Anderson (1947-2015)

Last year, country music suffered its biggest loss. County queen Lynn Anderson passed away on July 30, 2015, at the age of 67 from a heart attack.

F1 rulers leave global audience confused and fed up

Hockenheim - Formula One's rule-makers took another U-turn on Saturday when they agreed a compromise on track limits at the first corner of the Hockenheim circuit.

Strange purple orb found on sea floor — No, it's not a disco ball

"Have a look at that dark purple blob on the left, there." With these words, scientists aboard the Exploration Vessel Nautilus may have began a new page on the discovery of unknown species while exploring the ocean's floor off the coast of California.

Parents of gay Poles urge pope to help fight homophobia

Srodmiescie - The worried parents of 16 young gay Poles have implored Pope Francis to help combat what they call "widespread" homophobia in Poland, as the pontiff visited the strongly Catholic EU state for the first time.

Wikipedia's updated Android app focuses on news, tailored content

Wikipedia has relaunched its Android app with a major design overhaul and a focus on newsworthy and trending articles. The updated app uses concepts from services such as Google Now to show you suggested content.

Turkey intercepted Gulen followers' encrypted messages: Official

Ankara - Turkey intercepted encrypted messages sent by followers of US-based Fethullah Gulen well before the July 15 coup attempt, giving Ankara names of tens of thousands within the preacher's network, a senior official said on Saturday.

Juan Manuel Marquez rejects Cotto fight on weight issues

Mexican boxing star Juan Manuel Marquez has finally rejected the proposed fight against Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico due to disagreement by the parties on weight issues after Marquez set the limit for the fight at 147 pounds.

Yemen peace talks extended for a week: Kuwait

Kuwait City - The UN-brokered Yemen peace talks have been extended for one week following a request by the UN special envoy, the foreign ministry of host nation Kuwait said on Saturday.

Up to 16 feared dead in Texas hot air balloon crash

Washington - Up to 16 people are feared dead after a large hot air balloon caught fire and crashed in central Texas on Saturday, officials said.

Interview: Devin Williams discusses new single 'Before I Met You' Special

Billboard-charting artist Devin Williams chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Before I Met You," which was released on July 1.

Saudis offer UN information about attacks on Yemen civilians

New York - The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has offered to share with the United Nations the results of 10 investigations into air strikes on civilian targets, according to a confidential letter AFP obtained on Saturday.

Putin avoids politics on historical Slovenia visit

Sveti Jurij - Russian President Vladimir Putin avoided any public mention of current tensions with the West as he paid a visit Saturday to EU and NATO member Slovenia, focusing on history not politics.

South Korea bans some wheat from U.S. over safety issues

South Korea has stopped the importation of some genetically modified wheat from the United States, especially from the Washington state, over safety issues.

Review: Rodney Atkins delights at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall Special

Wantagh - On July 29, country star Rodney Atkins performed at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh, Long Island. Rose Falcon was his special musical guest.

Merkel's asylum policy under fire again from key ally

Berlin - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's key ally in Bavaria distanced himself again on Saturday from her welcoming policy towards migrants in the wake of a series of brutal attacks in the country.
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