Log in with Facebook
Log in with Twitter
must read articles
West Nile mosquitoes News
U.S. West Nile cases rise over 30% in past week
As climate change causes temperatures to rise, the United States is seeing a sharp increase in the spread of this deadly mosquito-borne disease. Experts predict that 2012 will be the worst West Nile outbreak on record.
Dallas Mayor cites state of emergency — Aerial spraying to begin
Dallas - Texas health department reports that the cases of West Nile virus in Dallas and across Dallas county have reached 465 with 17 confirmed deaths so far.
Banned Greek Olympian angry over 'highly excessive' punishment
The Greek triple jumper who leaped to infamy for sending a racist tweet which led her to expulsion from the London Games, has spoken out, declaring her punishment "highly excessive."
apis-185701 apis-183595 apis-182036
Search Digital Journal Archives
Set up a news alert for
West Nile mosquitoes
West Nile mosquitoes Image
Kiev hopes for stalled truce talks despite separatist vow
Op-Ed: Greece's Syriza government cannot get its act together
China's gender imbalance back in the headlines
Op-Ed: UN-sponsored Libyan peace talks continue with some progress made
Pacquiao to join National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC
Saiyan God Goku available in 'Dragon Ball Xenoverse'
Review: Ellie Goulding back with stellar single 'Love Me Like You Do'
Op-Ed: Everything changes once opponent feels Pacquiao's speed and power
New eyeglass lenses go from clear to shaded when you want them to
Two Canadians first to climb treacherous Horseshoe Falls ice wall
Hungary under pressure to pick sides in Russia-EU standoff
North Carolina woman's scary road rage ouburst caught on video
50-foot 'dragon dinosaur' fossils found in China
Op-Ed: Justin Bieber apologizes on Ellen and in video; guy still rocks
Review: Jeff Timmons shines on 'I Do' acoustic duet with Jessie Chris
Marijuana vending machine coming to Seattle in February
Leaderboard & Achievements
Investors & Partners
Board of Advisers
Help & Support
Frequently Asked Questions
Code of Conduct
Digital Journal Mobile
Global Press Releases
copyright © 2015
| powered by