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Bangkok 'could be submerged within 15 years' NRC panel warns

Bangkok - Thailand's capital city, Bangkok could be submerged within 15 years, warns the nation's National Reform Council in a report issued last week. The committee says urgent action is needed immediately.

NFL Free Agent Rumors: Chris Johnson to Dallas Cowboys?

Dallas - The Dallas Cowboys had one of the leagues best rushing attacks last season and if they have any shot at winning a Super Bowl in the upcoming season, finding a replacement for the departed DeMarco Murray is essential.

Expert says VIVA made North Carolina's voting laws 'mainstream' Special

Winston-salem - North Carolina's Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA) has brought the state's voting laws into line with the national mainstream, an expert witness testified Tuesday.

2015 CFL Power Rankings: Argos takeover top spot through week 5

Toronto - Week 5 of the 2015 CFL season had its share of drama as defending Grey Cup champs Calgary lost to newcomer Ottawa and Toronto won another close contest to take over the top spot in the latest power rankings.

Mat Franco from 'America's Got Talent' talks Las Vegas residency Special

Las Vegas - "America's Got Talent" Season 9 winner Mat Franco chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming magic shows at The Linq Theater in Las Vegas.

Op-Ed: An aging Ant-Man and the science of senolytics Special

Ant-man's main claim to fame is keeping his normal human strength when shrunk to the size of an ant. But while he's fighting ant-sized villains he's also fighting the passage of time. How fast does Ant-Man age?

Kroger recalls four everyday spices due to Salmonella risk

Kroger Company, the nation's second-largest supermarket chain, has recalled four different spices, packaged under the Kroger brand name. The recalled products include garlic, black pepper, cinnamon, and even bacon bits.

Op-Ed: Why Nonito Donaire needs one more tune up bout before title fight

There are indications that five-division world champion Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire may not be ready for another shot at a major world title because of the relatively easy fights he had following his loss against Nicholas Walters last year

Hawking, Musk urge ban on military AI and autonomous weapons

Over 1,000 high-profile artificial intelligence experts and leading researchers have signed an open letter warning of an artificial intelligence arms race and calling for a ban on autonomous weapons.

NSA stops using phone data, but White House says 'No' to Snowden

The Obama administration has decided that the National Security Agency will soon stop using millions of American calling records it collected under a controversial program leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.

Tombstone of SS officer stolen from Normandy cemetery

La Cambe - The gravestone of a formidable Nazi SS tank commander has been stolen from a German cemetery in the small Normandy town of La Cambe, municipal sources said Tuesday."The tombstone will be replaced.

Air strikes kill off hopes of end to Turkey's 'endless war'

Ankara - After three decades of fighting for self-rule, Turkey's Kurdish separatists seem as far away as ever from a final peace deal with Ankara after a fragile truce collapsed this weekend.

Interview: Owl City talks 'Mobile Orchestra' album and tour dates Special

Adam Young from Owl City chatted with Digital Journal about his latest studio album "Mobile Orchestra" and his fall tour dates.

Review: Rush performs excellent, heart-filled R40 concert in Phoenix Special

Phoenix - It’s difficult to understate the profound power that the legendary progressive-rock trio Rush has in live performances. It’s as if their music electrifies emotions and sends the audience into a joyous frenzy.

Nigerian army frees dozens of women, children from Boko Haram

Abuja - Nigeria's army said Tuesday it had liberated 30 hostages held by Boko Haram, including 21 children and seven women, amid ongoing offensives against the extremists in the country's northeast.

Research reveals T.Rex had unique serrated teeth

Research at the University of Toronto has found that Theropods, the species of dinosaur home to T.Rex, had unique teeth structures that underlined their predatory dominance.

New study says bullies have lowest rates of depression

Vancouver - A new study out of Simon Fraser University not only suggests bullying is a genetic trait — it also says bullies have high self-esteem and social status, with low rates of depression.

UN to form mission to deal with Venezuela, Guyana dispute: Maduro

New York - A UN mission will travel to Venezuela and Guyana to promote dialogue between them over a border dispute, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said Tuesday.

Vladimir hails Vladimir: Putin fetes Russia's religious founder

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday marked 1,000 years since the death of Prince Vladimir, the Orthodox saint credited with bringing Christianity to the country in the Middle Ages.

Moth eyes provide clues for next-gen solar cells

Researchers have been inspired by the eyes of moths to develop a next generation series of solar power cells. The focus has been with creating a special type of anti-reflective surface.
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