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Man fools officers with car made of snow, gets fake parking ticket

Simon Laprise sculpted a life-size model of a DeLorean DMC-12 in the middle of a local snow removal zone and posted images online

100 years after "super-flu" pandemic, mysteries remain

A century after one of history's most catastrophic outbreaks killed tens of millions, scientists are rethinking how to guard against a deadly repeat

Woman's killer sentenced after posting selfie with key clue

Cheyenne Rose Antoine, 21, pleaded guilty to manslaughter for the March 2015 slaying of 18-year-old Brittney Gargol

Britain now has a government minister for loneliness

Appointment of new cabinet level official comes after study found loneliness, which affects millions, can be as bad for health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day

Pope marries flight attendant couple mid-flight

Pontiff conducts ceremony during flight between Chilean cities after hearing couples' story of earthquake-quashed wedding plans

Legal Haitian immigrants tripped up by delays by U.S. immigration services

Thousands of Haitian immigrants living in the U.S. legally will likely now face employment and travel hurdles

Tillerson cagey on presiding at London embassy opening

Tillerson told reporters of his visit to the London embassy, "I hope to get by the embassy"

"World first" rescue of stranded swimmers by drone

Australian officials say successful rescue off coast of New South Wales state saved lives, and time

Pence's Mideast visit presents key allies with a conundrum

Egyptian, Jordanian leaders can't risk tight ties with D.C. -- nor can they afford to be seen as abandoning the Palestinian cause

Dozens die as flames engulf bus

Authorities in former Soviet state of Kazakhstan say 52 people perished but 5 survived and were being treated for their injuries

North Korea's "army of beauties" will cheer on Olympic athletes

North Korea's state-sponsored cheering squad includes 230 members who are chosen for their looks and loyalty to the regime. Soon, they will be on the global stage, as they attend the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports.

Trump says Russia is helping North Korea avoid sanctions

The president spoke to Reuters Wednesday and also said the North is getting closer to being able to reach the U.S. with a long-range missile

Tillerson speaks at about Syria at Stanford

The secretary of state has floated regime change in Syria, while pushing peace talks

American, Canadian investors kidnapped in ambush

The two foreigners were traveling in Nigeria when they were ambushed by gunmen, according to a Nigerian police spokesman

Protests plans and pessimism as Trump eyes Davos

He'll be 1st sitting U.S. leader to attend the economic summit in decades, as organizers note a "deteriorating geopolitical landscape"

Ex-Nazi death camp guard's final bid to avoid prison reportedly rejected

Doctor has said "Accountant of Auschwitz" Oskar Groening, 96, still fit to serve prison sentence

Chef James Syhabout and Anthony Bourdain on the secrets behind Lao cuisine

When he was young, chef James Syhabout fled Laos with his family after it fell to communists in 1975. They arrived in Oakland six years later, and Syhabout went on to become the force behind the two-Michelin starred restaurant, Commis. Show More Summary

2 dead as bitter cold freezes eyelashes in Siberia

Schools closed as temperature drops to minus 88.6 degrees Fahrenheit

North, South Korea agree on 1st ever joint Olympic team

2 Koreas press ahead with cooperation on Olympics in Pyeongchang, as U.S. warns Americans to be "sober" about possibility of war

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