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Icy roads strand Arkansas motorists for 10 hours, some sleep in cars

By Louis Casiano

Some motorists in Arkansas were stranded for up to 10 hours overnight Wednesday, forcing many to sleep in their cars while authorities cleared wreaks on icy roads along Interstate 40.

French Polynesian president acknowledges nuclear test lies

By THOMAS ADAMSON

French Polynesian President Edouard Fritch has acknowled that the leaders of the French collectivity of islands in the South Pacific lied to the population for three decades over the dangers of nuclear testing.

Shrine to Danny DeVito found behind college restroom's towel dispenser

By Ryan Gaydos

When students at an upstate New York college aren’t attending classes in a bid to fulfill their dreams, it appears they are praying to a god of comedy – Danny DeVito.

Woman refuses to hold escalator handrail, case to be heard in Supreme Court of Canada

By Amy Lieu

The Supreme Court of Canada agreed on Thursday to hear a case of a woman arrested and ticketed for refusing to hold an escalator handrail at a subway station.

Last Khmer Rouge leaders guilty of genocide, get life terms

By Sopheng Cheang

The last surviving leaders of the communist Khmer Rouge regime that brutally ruled Cambodia in the 1970s were convicted of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes Friday by an international tribunal.

German far right party leader defends questioned donations

By FRANK JORDANS

A leading German far-right politician defended herself Friday against suggestions she might have knowingly accepted illegal campaign donations.

Laura Ingraham: Michael Avenatti's assault on Democrats' credibility

By Laura Ingraham

From Weinstein to Sharpton to Farrakhan and now to Avenatti, the Democrats have a pattern, don't they, of aligning themselves with seedy figures -- even if it means betraying the Democrats’ espoused values that would have actually advanced their cause. 

South American circus lions still unsettled in South Africa

By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA

The rescue of 33 lions from South American circuses and their 2016 transfer to a South African refuge was billed as a compassionate gesture, a return "home" after years of abuse and living in cages.

Jessie J reveals to boyfriend Channing Tatum and fans that she can't have kids

By Samantha Donsky

The singer reveals to fans and her new boyfriend Channing Tatum that she can't have kids while at live concert. 

N.Korea official urges Japan to apologize over forced labor

A senior North Korean official on a visit to South Korea called Friday for Japan to apologize for the wartime forced labor of thousands of Koreans.

Tucker Carlson: Accepting election outcomes you don't like is something only Republicans are required to do

By Tucker Carlson

The race for Georgia governor was tight for months, but it finished pretty much exactly where the polls predicted it would: Republican Brian Kemp defeated Democrat Stacy Abrams by about one and a half percentage points.

Dutch protesters planning demos for and against Black Pete

By MIKE CORDER

As Dutch children eagerly anticipate the arrival of their country's version of Santa Claus this weekend, opponents and supporters of his controversial helper Black Pete are gearing up for protests.

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