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This week’s releases include a common enemy that unites two armies; a trio of friends on an important and outrageous mission; a questionable tradition; another chapter in space diplomacy; and a young man who realizes a seemingly impossible dream.
The Saudi military student who carried out a deadly shooting spree at a US naval base showed videos of mass shootings at a dinner party the night before the attack, US media reported Saturday.
Two Canadians who disappeared into China's state security apparatus in what was widely seen as retaliation for the arrest of a Chinese telecom executive remain secluded in detention a year on, without access to lawyers or family.
Nyotron has announced its discovery of a major new cybersecurity threat that makes WannaCry look like child’s play, yet has been ignored by the industry (despite Nyotron’s best efforts).
Amazon has announced a new addition to its cloud products with AWS Data Exchange. This will enable customers to select from data sources from over 80 third-party data providers in AWS Marketplace eliminating the need to maintain storage infrastructure.
A recently identified cyber-risk connected to Microsoft’s login systems shows the risk with trusting known vendors for enterprise cybersecurity. A security expert tells Digital Journal that a 'zero trust' approach is the best security measure to adopt.
Sweaty Betty’s has suffered from a data breach, caused by cyber-criminals inserting malicious code into its eCommerce website to capture customer card details during the checkout process.
At a dingy office space in north London, around 60 Labour activists busied themselves recently with the basics of modern campaigning before next week's general election.
New research shows that interest in mobile devices begins at an increasingly early age, with very young children becoming hooked on gadgets. In particular, children of first-time mothers, especially those in home-based childcare, log most screen time.
Russia on Friday handed an unusually lenient three-year suspended sentence to a student convicted of making calls for extremism on a video blog condemning President Vladimir Putin.
A Lamborghini-driving Moscow hacker who called his operation Evil Corp and allegedly has ties to the Russian FSB intelligence service was indicted by US authorities Thursday for the cybertheft of tens of millions of dollars.
A new review of reviews finds that an array of products drawn from in excess of 10,000 fungi could be the key to the development of new medicines. Included among the compounds was a product that led to the cholesterol lowering drug lovastatin.
LexaGene has developed a point of care medical device that can identify pathogens as well as antibiotic/antimicrobial resistance within one hour. The device does this completely automatically through the amplification of genetic material.
NASA's Parker Solar Probe, having survived its closest encounter so far with the Sun, has sent back a "spectacular trove" of data on its corona, the super-hot outer edge of its atmosphere, scientists said Wednesday.
It’s like a bad psych movie. Doom! Rocks from the sky! Squeaky little articles! The asteroid bug seems to have turned some writers into zombies, and asteroids are the pet subject. A fly by due on December 6 is the cause of the latest babble.
French President Emmanuel Macron will on Sunday meet ministers involved in his radical pension reform which has prompted a nationwide strike and brought key transport services to a standstill.
Smoke haze from bushfires raging in Australia spread to the capital Sunday, as firefighters raced to contain more than 140 blazes ahead of a heatwave forecast early this week.
At least 43 people have died in a factory fire in India's capital New Delhi, with the toll expected to rise, police told AFP.
Hong Kong democracy protesters are hoping for huge crowds later Sunday at a rally they have billed as a "last chance" for the city's pro-Beijing leaders in a major test for the six-month-old movement.
Three-time Olympic medalist swimmer Katie Hoff chatted with Digital Journal about serving as a mentor for RISE Athletes, and she reflected on her swimming career and offered advice for young and aspiring swimmers.
Olympic swimmer Christopher Reid reigned supreme in the men's 200 meter backstroke competition at the 2019 Toyota U.S. Open.
The 2019 Toyota U.S. Open closed with a record-breaking night, and Olympic swimmer Cody Miller was an integral part of this year's competition.
Two-time Olympic medalist fencer Alexander Massialas chatted with Digital Journal about his plans for 2020, which include preparation for the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Veteran actress Alison Sweeney announced that she is returning to the hit NBC daytime drama "Days of Our Lives" as Sami Brady.
On December 7, two-time Emmy winner Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos on "General Hospital") headlined Governor's Comedy Club in Levittown, for an excellent turnout of fans.
On December 6, British singer-songwriter Harry Styles (One Direction fame) released his new single "Adore You" via Erskine Records/ Columbia Records.
"yA," the spinoff series of the Emmy award-winning digital drama series "The Bay" (Amazon Prime) has announced its cast.
Cold, wet weather and the impact of Hurricane Dorian have damaged potato crops in the United States and Canada. That means smaller and fewer potatoes, and smaller spuds are harder for french fry processors.
Saudi Aramco on Thursday priced its long-awaited IPO at the high end of the target range, raising $25.6 billion and giving the energy giant a valuation of $1.7 trillion in the world's biggest stock sale.
A nationwide strike brought much of France to a standstill on Thursday to protest the government's planned overhaul of the pension system, one of President Emmanuel Macron most ambitious reforms.The CGT union said 1.
Oakland, CA-based fintech startup Marqeta, has made some fintech predictions for 2020, made available to Digital Journal readers. Fintech extends to the new applications, processes, products, or business models in the financial services industry.
Developments with artificial technology are transforming medical diagnosis. A new offering from the company iCAD is a prime example, helping medics to assess for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis and other signs of breast related cancer.
The U.S. CDC has confirmed that EVALI, the name given by the CDC to identify lung disease linked to vaping is caused by illicit THC, not legal vapes. We looks at a new test called Cann-ID will be able to screen for vitamin E acetate.
Health officials investigating a nationwide outbreak of vaping illnesses have listed, for the first time, the vape brands most commonly linked to hospitalizations.
Dan Reynolds, the frontman of the Grammy award-winning rock group Imagine Dragons, has announced the launch of AI Wellness.
A volley of gunfire breaks the silence of a foggy day on the frontline in Ukraine, but no one really pays attention.
When Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelensky meet on Monday it will be an encounter between two very different presidents -- one an establishment strongman with years of experience, the other a neophyte rebel learning the ropes.
Candidates hoping to be elected to parliament in Britain have faced all manner of threats and abuse in a particularly hostile campaign, with some worried for their safety when out canvassing.
US Senators Marco Rubio a Republican and Bob Mendez a Democrat introduced a reauthorization of the euphemistically titled "Venezuela Defence of Human Rights and Civil Society Act"that passed in 2014 and was reauthorized in 2016.
Earlier this week, Montana landowners took their case for additional cleanup of a Superfund site to the Supreme Court. However, the decision of the justices may not be as simple as most people might think.
A site on the Detroit River that was once used to produce radioactive materials during World War II collapsed last month raising concerns about whether the adjacent water supply is safe to drink.
Out of control bushfires forced residents in eastern Australia to flee their homes on Saturday, as other parts of the country braced for a heatwave due next week.
Excavators flanked by Bangladesh riot police are at work demolishing illegal soot-belching brick kilns around the smog-choked capital Dhaka, forcing migrant labourers out of work and back to their villages.
The United Arab Emirates is renowned for skyscrapers and mega-projects, but as the emerging regional power seeks to build legitimacy, it is campaigning to glorify its past as well.
Developments with artificial technology are transforming medical diagnosis. A new offering from the company iCAD is a prime example, helping medics to assess for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis and other signs of breast related cancer.
New data reveals President Trump is the #1 topic most likely to cause a heated argument at work. This is especially timely now as the impeachment hearings continue taking center stage in the news.
The U.S. CDC has confirmed that EVALI, the name given by the CDC to identify lung disease linked to vaping is caused by illicit THC, not legal vapes. We looks at a new test called Cann-ID will be able to screen for vitamin E acetate.
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