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Sea level rise will 'swallow Miami, New Orleans'

Miami - Say goodbye to Miami and New Orleans. No matter what we do to curb global warming, these and other beloved US cities will sink below rising seas, according to a study.

Nevada and San Francisco settle lawsuit over 'patient dumping'

San Francisco - Nevada will reimburse San Francisco $400,000 for the cost of caring for 24 homeless indigents who were sent to the city with one-way bus tickets from a state psychiatric hospital in Las Vegas.

Playboy to stop publishing nude photos

Washington - Playboy, the adult magazine that launched in 1953 with a sultry Marilyn Monroe on its cover will stop publishing the photographs of the fully nude women so closely associated with it.

Manny Pacquiao visits NY, says he'll return to ring early in 2016

Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao is in New York to accept an award and while there he's told media he'll be ready to fight again early in 2016. His opponent? He did mention one name.

Review: Illustrator/Watercolor artist is a 'Renaissance man' friends say Special

Sonoma - To say that artist Dick Cole is a Renaissance man is about right. Because as friends and colleagues have pointed out, Cole has a vast array of experience, interests and talent.

U.S. Confederate flag supporters charged for 'terroristic threats'

Washington - A group of white Confederate flag supporters in the US state of Georgia have been charged under an anti-gang law for disrupting an African-American birthday party with "terroristic threats," officials said Monday.

Officer, 37, becomes third woman to pass US Ranger school

Washington - A 37-year-old mother of two is this week set to become the third woman to graduate from the US Army's elite Ranger School, which previously was open only to men.

Op-Ed: CBS News report: Blue Bell knew of plant's unsanitary problems

Brenham - In a CBS News investigative report airing Monday night, former employees of the ice cream company explain how management knew about the unsanitary conditions in the facility, but choose to ignore employee's complaints.

Onwards and upwards: Christian Lopez of the Christian Lopez Band Special

Responsible for "Leaving It Out," a current staple on CMT Pure, Christian Lopez, who describes his music as "folk-rock," is undoubtedly a name to watch out for. He talked to Digital Journal while on a well-earned break from touring.

UN special tribunal sought for peacekeeper sex crimes

New York - A 400-page UN report out Monday calls for the creation of a special international tribunal to judge peacekeepers accused of serious crimes, including sex crimes.

Americans subsidizing health systems elsewhere with drug prices

Most Americans probably don't know this, but we pay on average, three times more for the world's 20 top-selling medicines than people living in the U.K. For those same medications, we pay six times more than people in Brazil.

Bats mount partial response against white nose syndrome

White-nose syndrome is a devastating infection of bats in North America, striking bats while they are hibernating in caves. As a sign of better news, some bats appear to be developing an immune response.

Snap! Is a photograph sufficient to prove a new species?

It is long established in biology that to prove there is a new species someone needs to capture, dissect it and categorize it. Photographs have long been regarded as inadmissible. Until now.

Can bacteria block HIV infection between mother and child?

Women with HIV can pass on the virus to their children when they are pregnant. This doesn’t happen in all cases and one reason could be composition of vaginal bacteria.

Wash Post slams Iran conviction of reporter, says will appeal

Washington - The Washington Post on Monday slammed the conviction of its reporter Jason Rezaian in Iran as an "outrageous injustice" and said it was working with his family and lawyer to prepare a quick appeal.

'Queen of Ivory' arrested, charged in major smuggling operation

She's known as the "Queen of Ivory" and for more than 15 years, she allegedly helped smuggle more than 700 elephant tusks out of Africa and across the world. She kept a high-profile, owning a popular Chinese restaurant, yet managed to evade capture.

NASCAR: Logano secures final-eight spot in 'Chase'

Concord - Joey Logano accomplished something he had never been able to do in his eight-year NASCAR Sprint Cup career and, in doing so, secured his place in the third round of the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Triple whammy threatens Eurozone Special

New York - Three recent crises — the Greek bailout, the surge of refugees and Russian intervention in Ukraine — have called into question the future of the European Union. All these crises involve boundaries – either building them up or tearing them down.

Five fascinating facts you might not know about sea otters

Sea otters tickle our imaginations. Their charming antics make them the clowns of the sea, and for those of us fortunate enough to live alongside them, they are enchanting. The sight of mother otters cuddling young ones make them even more endearing.

Review: Toby Keith returns with a new album '35 mph Town'

The Oklahoman's latest CD, his first in two years, ends a run of an album a year that began with 2005's "Honkytonk University" and ended in 2013 with "Drinks After Work." Has the new record been worth the wait? Digital Journal found out.
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