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Croatia's varied tourism season continues as pirates take to the high seas to battle Venice in the annual re-enactment in Omis.
It is not deja vu at the box office but it may act like it with the release of "If I Stay." It should win over the other newcomers, with only "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" having a chance at the top spot.
A new 'tell-all' book has just hit the shelves or rather, the media airwaves, called "Godfather, My Father." It is about the legendary James Brown as seen through the eyes of his youngest son, Daryl Brown.
"Blue: Tales of Reddumone the two-faced" is a unique take on the old story of the Ramayana, told from the perspective of a spy from the antagonist's army.
Sir Ian Wood, the most prominent figure in the Scottish oil industry, has warned Alex Salmond's Scottish National Party is exaggerating North Sea oil reserves by up to 60 percent.
Apparently, many Canadians still prefer to shop in American stores even if it costs them a half-tank of gas to do it. The reasons relates to high Canadian taxes and more competitive U.S. retail pricing.
Few things can be as difficult as marketing. Firms want to know how to reach, intrigue, and persuade consumers, all without breaking the bank. To accomplish this, brands need to know where the consumers are and what they want.
New York state's banking regulator Tuesday hit Standard Chartered Bank with a $300 million fine and restrictions on its dollar-clearing business for failing to detect possible money-laundering.
As questions surrounding the police response to protests in Ferguson, MO continue, three Georgia teens announce the release of an app allowing users to document abuse by police.
Motorola is expected to reveal more information about its Moto 360 smartwatch next month, but it looks like Best Buy has already beat them to it.
Manchester United has told its fans they cannot bring tablets or laptops to football matches at its stadium. The ban does not include smartphones but does include iPad Mini and other small tablets.
Tired of those speakers that just sit around like cylinders? Well then, get yourself the Om/One, a gravity-defying gadget that will play your music while it levitates in the air.
After missiles once again rained down on Israel this week, an airstrike conducted by Israel on Wednesday is believed to have killed Hamas chief Mohammed Deif in Gaza, according to a Fox News report.
Income control is the process of managing welfare recipients’ money by governments. This includes not being allowed to purchase alcohol and tobacco, and withholding of money to pay rent and expenses.
Rona Ambrose is Canada's Minister of Health and proponent of an anti-drug campaign which has become difficult for many physicians to join forces with.
Sarah Palin's feelings are hurt, five years after the fact. Tina Fey's "Palin" caricature during the 2008 campaign stung. Palin said, "I know that they portrayed me as an idiot, and I hated that, and I wanted to come on the show and counter some of that."
WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and WBO light welterweight titleholder Chris Algieri, along with their respective promoters and trainers, will converge in Macau, China for the kickoff ceremonies of their 12-day media tour in China and the US.
WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao may go for an early knockout win against WBO light welterweight champion Chris Algieri when they face each other in the ring on Nov. 22 at the Venetian Resort & Casino in Macau, China.
Rhode Island suffered a heartbreaking loss to Illinois in the 2014 Little League World series, but the game will likely be remembered more for the tear-inducing speech coach Dave Belisle gave to his crestfallen team.
Chelsea’s commanding performance at Turf Moor vindicated Jose Mourinho’s reluctance to deem his side title contender’s last season.
New global warming research disputes the dire predictions of global warming activists who look at man’s pollution of the environment through a fuzzy political lens must cool their rhetoric for at least another decade or so.
After missiles once again rained down on Israel this week, an airstrike conducted by Israel on Wednesday is believed to have killed Hamas chief Mohammed Deif in Gaza, according to a Fox News report.
Income control is the process of managing welfare recipients’ money by governments. This includes not being allowed to purchase alcohol and tobacco, and withholding of money to pay rent and expenses.
Two American missionaries who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Liberia have left hospital after making a full recovery, doctors said on Thursday, as authorities in the west African nation struggled to deal with their dead.
A 62-year-old Indian woman went to the hospital complaining of stomach pain and discovered that the cause was a 38-year-old baby skeleton.
Four varieties of children’s water bottles produced by Brita have been recalled throughout the U.S. after it was discovered that the lids can break into sharp pieces, posing a potential laceration hazard.
Police in Norway have had a novel experience as they arrested their very first drunk driver on a Segway machine. The Norwegian government had only recently lifted a ban on the vehicles when the incident occurred.
Every year over 1 million people visit Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition, known to locals as The Ex. Those visitors will open their wallets for great buys at the shopping areas, food vendors and to enjoy the carnival midway.
Police in Norway have had a novel experience as they arrested their very first drunk driver on a Segway machine. The Norwegian government had only recently lifted a ban on the vehicles when the incident occurred.
Indiegogo campaigns rarely reach massive levels of funding. However the hi-tech Skully AR-1 motorcycle helmet has broken all expectations and is one of the most popular projects the site has ever seen.
As Mazda celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Miata, it has announced that the new generation roadster will be unveiled at the Miatas at Mazda Raceway weekend, though we’ve already seen a profile, heard an engine note and spied the car on the road.
New technology may see electric vehicles gaining a similar boost of speed to their older counterparts. By using an "electric turbo" system drivers allegedly can get both the speed they want and still be environmentally conscious.
Two American missionaries who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Liberia have left hospital after making a full recovery, doctors said on Thursday, as authorities in the west African nation struggled to deal with their dead.
Usually, it is the United States that doles out rebukes over human rights abuses to the troublesome country of the day.
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, who will be Turkey's next prime minister, is a loyal ally of incoming president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the chief architect of an assertive but increasingly controversial foreign policy.
Protests in the strife-torn town of Ferguson cooled late Wednesday after the top US law enforcement official pledged a full investigation into the slaying of teenager Michael Brown that kicked off days of racially charged unrest.
Digital Journal's interview with finance expert Bruce Sellery, conducted over Twitter, shed light on tips and advice for anyone looking to better manage their money.
The phrase "this storm shall pass" has proven true for the Endreson family. They recently won a $20 million lottery jackpot, two years after infamous Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of their community.
While regional VP Zack Clow of Invesco was eager to talk about some specific financial products that Invesco offers, he wanted to share with his audience the importance of recognizing the global market that is now part of most investment portfolios.
If you've ever been plum tuckered out during a long day of learning following a long night of studying, Starbucks plans to have your back.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced new procedures for detecting and removing unsafe ground beef from grocery stores as part of efforts to prevent food poisoning from bacterial pathogens.
Earlier this month an 809-pound tiger shark was caught in the Gulf of Mexico, and then it was cooked and fed to some of the homeless and poor in Texas.
Andro Tomic, arguably Croatia's most charismatic winemaker, serves up a holiday treat for Vela Gospa on the island of Hvar.
Travelers heading to India from Afghanistan for cheap, high-quality medical treatment has been the silver lining for SpiceJet, the Indian airline that suffered a loss of INR 1.24 billion ($20 million) in the April-June quarter.
A ferry carrying 17 passengers and a crew of 28 ran aground at Pass Kirke in the Chilean Fjords. All passengers and crew are unharmed but 40 tons of salmon were lost and more than 200 cattle drowned.
After 13 years of battling bureaucracy, a European Coastal Airlines hydroplane finally lands on the Adriatic in Split, Croatia.
Whether hiring a car abroad or taking your own vehicle, there's a whole forest of road traffic laws. Worse, a different country means a different set of laws ready to catch out the unwary driver.
Electronic devices with unprecedented efficiency and data storage may someday run on ferroelectrics - remarkable materials that use built-in electric polarizations to read and write digital information.
Biologists have discovered that preen gland secretion causes hoopoes’ eggs to change color, signalling about the health of the mother bird.
Advances in the prevention and treatment of bacterial meningitis appear to be paying dividends in the U.S. A new report has revealed a significant drop in prevalence and mortality following the introduction of new treatments.
A team of scientists studying the Giant River Turtles of the Amazon River have found the species uses various sounds to communicate with each other, even one for newly-hatched nestlings, a previously unknown parenting behavior.
"Mughal Painting: Power and Piety" at Foster Galleries at the Seattle Asian Art Museum presents works of art created in India under the Mughals, from 1526 to 1857.
Over the past month, the Inkmasters Print Exhibition showcased contemporary works from about 80 regional, national and international artists.
Rosa Yagan, an aboriginal woman belonging to the southernmost ethnic group on the planet, spent her infancy and youth as her nomadic ancestors, with their language and ancient customs. Her story is told in the book "Rosa Yagan, the last link".
It's a tricky business, trying to make an old theatre warhorse seem fresh and new. Bold or eccentric choices can spark new life into a classic, or they can massacre it. Soulpepper's new mounting of “Tartuffe” tastes both ends of the lollipop.
If you spend any time on social media sites, you have undoubtedly seen a recent flood of videos showing friends, family members, celebrities, athletes and now former presidents getting doused with a bucket of ice water.
If you're reading a report on Digital Journal about Anonymous, wolf conservation or a little-known crisis in a faraway place, chances are you're reading something by Justin King, a Digital Journalist based in Destin, Florida.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has reached new heights the past few weeks, with a slew of celebrities and normal people taking part. Naturally, however, there are some who didn't succeed at having a bucket of ice water poured over their heads.
Twitter has announced it will remove photos and videos of critically injured or dead people if their relatives request such deletions.
A 62-year-old Indian woman went to the hospital complaining of stomach pain and discovered that the cause was a 38-year-old baby skeleton.
Four varieties of children’s water bottles produced by Brita have been recalled throughout the U.S. after it was discovered that the lids can break into sharp pieces, posing a potential laceration hazard.
Some 35 percent of people with diabetes will, to varying degrees of severity, go on to develop kidney disease, many requiring dialysis. New research suggests that for diabetics who lose weight the chances of developing kidney disease is lowered.
If you had an incurable neurological disorder, would you want to know? This global study found that three out of four respondents said “yes”, even if there was no cure.
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