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Sorghum — This cereal grain may be the answer to climate change

Soaring demand from China markets, along with its drought tolerance, is making farmers and scientists take a closer look at sorghum, also called milo in some parts of the country. Many people think this grain might be an alternative to growing corn.

Beach Boy Brian Wilson hits the road for 'No Pier Pressure' Tour

In addition to releasing the new solo album, 'No Pier Pressure,' the legendary co-founder of The Beach Boys will be joined by former bandmates Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin, plus special guest, Rodriguez, for a 17-city North American tour this summer.

Review: 'Chappie' is jack-of-all trades, master of none Special

A sci-fi movie that's a weird melange of Robocop, Call of Duty, Short Circuit, and a Michel Gondry music video all in one. Clearly, Chappie suffers from an identity crisis.

Op-Ed: Study says better sleep related to good health

A new poll by the National Sleep Foundation finds that healthier people tend to have better sleep, and that pain and stress levels contribute to people having less sleep and worse sleep quality.

Number of women lawmakers doubles in 20 years, but stagnating

Ginebra - The share of women in the world's parliaments has almost doubled in the last two decades but progress seems to be stagnating, the International Parliamentary Union said Thursday.

Mexico running out of drug cartel big fish

- One by one, the Mexican government is taking down the country's most notorious drug cartel capos, leaving very few recognizable names on the most wanted list.

A late winter wander through a Hertfordshire village Special

Stanstead Abbots - Stanstead Abbotts is a small village located in the English county of Hertfordshire. The village typifies the region, with a picturesque river, old pubs, and interesting shops.

Review: Country star John King charms on new 'On Your Lips' EP Special

Country singer John King has released his new "On Your Lips" EP, and it is a rocking 5-track collection of country tunes.

Three Quebec federal ministers sent envelopes with white powder

Quebec City - Envelopes containing a white powder were sent to the offices of at least three federal cabinet menbers in Quebec today. The envelopes were sent to the offices of Denis Lebel, Christian Paradis and Maxime Bernier.

Higgs boson may hold secret to dark matter

A Swedish scientist, Dr Christoffer Petersson from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, has come up with a radical new theory about the Higgs boson which could finally solve the mystery of dark matter.

'Microsoft tech support' scammer recorded threatening to kill man

Nelson - In a scam that has defrauded Canadians to the tune of $347 million dollars, scammers are resorting to unnerving tactics, including threatening a man in British Columbia with death. That's what happened to Jakob Dulisse, who decided to be proactive.

Fourth lawsuit will challenge NC voter ID law in July

Winston Salem - A fourth lawsuit challenging North Carolina's controversial Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA) will go to trial in July, a North Carolina judge has ruled.

10 popular gadgets debuting in March

The world of electronics and technology is constantly coming out with new and innovative products, ranging from faster processors to video games that fully harness the power of a home gaming system.

World Press Photo award withdrawn in manipulation scandal

Brussels - Organisers of the prestigious World Press Photo awards have revoked a major prize after the entry, which portrayed the gritty Belgian industrial town Charleroi, was accused of being staged in a deepening debate over manipulation of images.

Video: Japanese anime 'Triage X' first trailer

Shouji Sato's "Triage X" battle action and gun-filled medical manga is scheduled to receive an Japanese anime adaptation on April 8th.

Olympic gold medalist Mark Schultz talks 'Foxcatcher' and Oscars Special

World wrestling champion and Olympic gold medalist Mark Schultz chatted about "Foxcatcher" and his experience at the 2015 Academy Awards.

Interview with Australian theatre producer Wayne Smith Special

Fans of The Rolling Stones might enjoy a new stage show that tells the story of one of rock 'n' roll's most iconic acts. Digital Journal spoke to one of the people involved in bringing this ambitious project to life.

Ringling Bros. to stop using elephants in circus acts

On Thursday, Feld Entertainment, the parent company for "The Greatest Show on Earth," citing animal welfare concerns, told the Associated Press exclusively it would phase out elephant acts by 2018.

Studying moths to improve solar cells

Researchers have pioneered a new antireflective coating for solar cells. The design for the coating was inspired by the eyes of a moth. The scientists behind the project hope that it will improve the efficiency of solar panels.

Skiers in cable car drama as storms wreak havoc in Italy

Rome - Around 200 holiday skiers in the Italian Dolomites were winched to safety on Thursday after getting stranded in cable car cabins buffeted by 80 mile (130 km) an hour winds.
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