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The welcome return of IYAZ and his 'Island Pop' Special

Exploding onto the airwaves in 2009, "Replay" was a huge worldwide hit for the singer from the British Virgin Islands. The album of the same name was also incredibly successful. Now he's back for more and speaking exclusively to Digital Journal.

Canadian dog-walker gets 6 months in jail for death of 6 dogs

A dog-walker from Langley, B.C., near Vancouver, has been jailed for six months for killing six dogs in her care. Emma Paulsen left them in her truck with the windows closed on a very hot day last May.

Boxing official: Mayweather-Pacquiao fight deal in 7 to 10 days

In yet another indicator Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will fight in 2015, the L.A. Times reports a boxing official involved in negotiations between the two camps told them a deal is "making progress." The fight, it seems will go in May or June.

Mayweather dealing with murder-suicide, prepares for Pacquiao

The father of Floyd Mayweather Jr., Floyd Mayweather Sr., once a pro boxer himself, said that he's spoken with his son since the murder-suicide of Earl Hayes and Stephanie Moseley. He said his son is dealing with it as best he can.

Study finds high-fat diet may ward off aging in body and brain

A study out of Denmark seems to have found something good can come out of a high-fat diet. The study was conducted while looking at the effects of a high-fat diet on Cockayne syndrome, a premature aging disease.

World Naked Bike Ride: Nude bike riders protest on city streets

Yes once again the World Naked Bike Ride is hitting the streets of our planet. The WNBR is a political event about the dangers of vehicle emissions and it seeks to raise awareness of sustainable energy issues; it's also a quest for positive body image.

Website security threats becoming a growing concern

As we become more reliant on the internet technology, and developing web applications the risks of attacks are becoming increasingly a problem for organizations.

Canadian Heart and Stroke survey: Victims return to old habits

A new online poll of heart attack and stroke victims conducted by the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation has found that over half of the respondents are not making the changes needed to ensure their health. The reason? Poor motivation.

Justin Bieber back to Canada? Deport Biebs petition hits 100,000

After Canadian singer Justin Bieber's recent shenanigans, arguably his most serious, a petition to deport him appeared on the 'We the People' page of the White House's website. If successful, such a petition can force the government into a response.

Justin Bieber, Usher, holiday in Panama with media in tow

Justin Bieber and his entourage, for this trip including his mentor, Usher and manager Scooter Braun, have decamped to Panama. While the Grammys were on — he was not nominated this year — Bieber and co. were on a Panamanian beach.

Elton John denounces Russia's anti-gay laws on his website

Superstar pop singer Elton John has struck out at Russia's anti-gay laws. On his website Wednesday the openly gay singer called the laws "vicious homophobia" that have "given extremists the cover to abuse people’s basic human rights.”

Worldwide chiropractic events in October

World Spine Day events have concluded. National Chiropractic Week in Italy ends tomorrow and October is National Chiropractic Month in the United States.

Premature Ejaculation spray comes on market, delays gratification

A new spray billed as a cure for Premature Ejaculation (PE) has hit the market. The spray works to desensitize the penis and allows the user to delay orgasm. It can also be used by those not suffering from PE to prolong their sexual encounters.

New Justin Bieber film 'Believe' set for release at Christmas

'Believe', a follow-up to Justin Bieber's 2011 hit documentary, 'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,' is set for release at Christmas, his manger said Sunday. Like that first film, 'Believe' was directed by Jon M. Chu.

Homeless man's reward for good deed grows — $141,172 and counting

The return for a Boston homeless man, Glen James on his act of honesty keeps growing. James turned in a backpack he found with $42,000 in it and another man, impressed by the deed, set up a donation website for him.

Health watchdog charges dementia patient's face bitten by mice

A group in the Canadian province of Alberta is claiming that the wounds on a dementia patient's face at a care home in Lethbridge, Alta. are a result of being bitten by mice. The owners of the St. Therese Villa claim the wounds are from a virus.

New Apple iPhone 5S and 5C may be in demand, on market Sept. 20

Apple's two newest products, the iPhone 5S and the cheaper iPhone 5C, will be available on September 20 and the 5C can already be pre-ordered. They'll be no pre-ordering of the 5S, however.

Op-Ed: Hunting for best #RoyalBaby tweet, needing better things to do

Does it seem odd that millions of us on this strange planet were staring at an iPhone or computer at the same time Tuesday, on a crazy hunt for something clever to tweet about a newly-minted #RoyalBaby? Don't we need better things to do?

Naked women to zipline for breast cancer and set Guinness record

Naked ziplining to raise money for breast cancer is becoming a tradition in the Canadian province of B.C. For the third year in a row women will zipline naked to fight cancer, and this time they'll also be making the Guinness Book of World Records.

Schoolgirls in Kent, U.K., being terrorized by a giant badger

A giant badger - at least some British schoolgirls report it as such - is running loose at the Folkestone School for Girls in Kent. The badger hasn't attacked anyone, per se, but has managed to be the focus of colorful stories and the occasional scream.
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