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Review: Dylan Scott back with catchy new country ballad 'My Girl' Special

Country singer Dylan Scott is back with his latest music video from his "Stripped" series, the charming ballad "My Girl."

Ocean changes are affecting salmon biodiversity and survival

El nino-associated changes at the Equator may be putting the biodiversity and survival of two species of North Pacific salmon at risk, according to a study conducted by researchers at U.C. Davis.

Serious networking flaw threatens the existence of the Internet

A critical flaw in software relied on by the web servers that power the Internet is being actively exploited by hackers in the wild. The bug is so severe that attackers could bring down the entire Internet, if used to its full extent.

Op-Ed: Trump eclipses GOP, gives PR lesson to media

Washington - The best known Donald since Donald Duck may be an infuriating SOB, but talk about getting a sales pitch across. He’s loud, he’s egocentric, he’s all over the shop on specifics….And a lot of people like the way he’s rattling the Washington cages.

Entertainer Creed Bratton talks comedy tour and 'The Office' Special

Multifaceted entertainer Creed Bratton chatted with Digital Journal about his comedy tour, and he offers advice for aspiring actors.

Toxic plant that can cause blindness found in Michigan

Battle Creek - Michigan's Calhoun County Public Health Department has issued a warning to people who want to take nature walks, especially near Battle Creek. A highly toxic plant, called the giant hogweed, was found in Pennfield Township and was removed.

Whole Foods apologizes for 'asparagus water'

After an Instagram post raised some eyebrows, Whole Food confirmed it has no intent to sell "asparagus water," a bottle of water with three asparagus stalks in it.

New version of Google Glass being distributed

Google Glass may not be dead in the water after all. Apparently, Google is “quietly distributing” a newer version of the wearable eyepiece that was pulled from market after failing to gain traction.

Police seek two men after Drake OVO music fest after-party deaths

A man and a woman were shot dead and three others wounded at a party following Canadian rapper Drake's OVO music festival, Toronto police said. It is not clear if Drake was at the party when the shooting occurred in the early hours of Tuesday.

Butterflies inspire new types of solar power

Researchers are looking into new ways to generate efficient photovoltaic energy and for this they have been inspired by the v-shaped posture of the humble Cabbage White butterfly.

Hacker earns $100k a month sending one million spam emails a day

A hacker has been found to be earning as much as $100,000 a month while doing nothing more than using automated botnets to send nearly one million spam emails per day. The attack is based around the recently exposed RIG exploit kit.

Review: Cowboy Junkies rock Vancouver Island festival — slowly Special

Comox - Lots of bands rock. Nobody else rocks as languidly and sorrowfully as the Cowboy Junkies, the sold-out marquee attraction at the just-concluded annual Filberg Festival in Comox on Vancouver Island.

Op-Ed: UN fails to report on progress of Libyan dialogue

Tripoli - The UN special envoy to Libya , Bernardino Leon, recently held talks with representatives of the Tripoli-based General National Congress(GNC) government.

320,000 Dodge Chargers recalled due to faulty airbag problems

If you own a Dodge Charger that was made between 2011-2015, don't slam the door. Why? It seems that some Dodge Chargers have a flaw that can cause airbags in some models to deploy if their doors are slammed or kicked.

Judge: Idaho 'ag-gag' law violates free speech

A federal judge ruled Monday that an Idaho law criminalizing the secret filming of animal abuse at factory farms and other agricultural facilities is an unconstitutional violation of free speech rights.

Obama administration gives slavery a free pass in favored nations

Washington - High-ranking Obama administration officials pressured State Department human rights experts to gloss over slavery and other human rights violations in countries with which the United States is seeking to enter lucrative trade and strategic agreements.

Croatia celebrates, Serbia mourns military operation 20 years on

Zagreb - Zagreb cheered and Belgrade wept on Tuesday as they marked the 20th anniversary of Operation Storm, which ended the war sparked by Croatia's proclamation of independence from Yugoslavia and caused an exodus of Croatian Serbs.

California burns as wildfires have scorched over 134,000 acres

An environmental disaster is taking place in drought-plagued California today. Firefighters are battling more than two dozen wildfires that have scorched over 134,000 acres.

Op-Ed: Obama approves bombing of any forces attacking US-trained rebels

Aleppo - US.President Barack Obama has authorized the bombing of any forces that attack US-trained rebels. This could include attacks by troops loyal to President Assad of Syria.

New trailer for Homefront: The Revolution released

Following a long hiatus, a new trailer for Homefront: The Revolution has been unveiled along with the announcement of a Holiday 2016 release for Next-Gen consoles and PC.
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