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US Supreme Court to rule on wedding cake that split America

Washington - When Dave Mullins and Charlie Craig entered the "Masterpiece Cakeshop" bakery in a Denver suburb on July 19, 2012, they were giddy about choosing their wedding cake.

Interview with Kate Mullins of The Puppini Sisters Special

The three lovely ladies are about to embark on a UK tour just in time for Christmas. Digital Journal spoke to one of the group's founding members about touring, plans for 2015, and what it's like working with Michael Bublé.

Inside the Occupy Toronto encampment Special

Toronto - Toronto Occupy is still ongoing, with a full field of tents. There are still 50 to 60 tents on location. Shane Mullins went to the scene today capturing images of what is happening at St. James Park in downtown Toronto.

Wrongfully convicted Ontario man compensated $4.25 million

Ottawa - William Mullins-Johnson was convicted in 1994 for raping and murdering his four-year-old niece. After serving 12 years in prison, it was concluded that the girl died of natural causes. The provincial government announced $4.25 million in compensation

The rise of citizen journalism during Toronto G20 summit

Toronto - Citizen journalism was on full display during the G20 protests and riots in Toronto.'s Andrew Moran and KJ Mullins published exemplary articles, photos and video reports on the ground during the chaos swarming the city.

Journalist discusses value of citizen journalism Special

K.J. Mullins is one of those brash young writers who minces no words when she tells it like it is, and she knows a good bit about the virtues and faults of citizen journalism, a growing segment of news, from three years on the front lines of it.

Pictures of Earthquake Damage in Chile

Digital Journalist KJ Mullins shared a link from Mashable using Google Buzz --- a link to pictures shared on Twitter and Twitpic showing the damage in Chile from the 8.8 earthquake.

Breathless New Zealand swimmer claims record

New Zealander Dave Mullins claimed a world record after swimming 244 metres underwater on one breath in a suburban Wellington pool at the weekend, it was reported Monday.

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