This haunted hotel might have a portal to the "other side"

The 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is said to be one of the most haunted hotels in America. Over the years, many guests have reported gh
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Tech could unite Europe's populists ahead of EU vote in May

The offer by Italy's populist 5-Star Movement to share its web platform with France's yellow vest protesters could be a harbinger of what's to come in the upcom
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Lawmaker pulls proposed transgender birth certificate ban

A Utah lawmaker is shelving a proposal that would have blocked transgender people from changing the sex listed on their birth certificates, prompting relief fro
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New state Capitol exhibit highlights New York's diversity

A new exhibit at the state Capitol tells the story of New York's diverse people through images and objects reflecting 400-plus years of immigration and assimila
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France keeps up pressure on Italy in historic EU dispute

France keeps up pressure on Italy amid their biggest diplomatic spat since World War II
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Arrests in Brazil dam disaster, dead fish wash up downstream

Brazilian officials have arrested five people in connection with a dam collapse, while the death toll has risen to at least 84 and the carcasses of fish are flo
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Dam workers arrested, families bury dead in Brazil disaster

Brazilian authorities have issued arrest warrants for five people in connection with a dam collapse that killed at least 65 people as it plastered part of a sma
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Brazil issues 5 arrest warrants in deadly mine dam collapse

Brazilian authorities have issued arrest warrants for five people in connection with a dam collapse that killed at least 65 people as it plastered part of a sma
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Firefighters search mud after Brazil dam collapse; 58 dead

Brazilian firefighters are carefully crawling over treacherous mud in search for survivors or bodies after left by a dam collapse that buried mine buildings and
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Revamped NCAA waiver policy helps transfers play right away

Revamped NCAA waiver policy helps transfers play right away
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Chinese accuse McDonald's of supporting Taiwan independence

Chinese nationalists accuse McDonald's ad in Taiwan of supporting independence for the self-ruled island
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UMaine wants public to "bee" engaged about pollinators

The University of Maine's cooperative extension is looking to generate some buzz among the public about efforts to save bees
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3 ways a new credit card can boost your side job

Simplify your taxes and maximize your income with a separate credit card for your side job
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Technology near for real-time TV political fact checks

An expert says a product that allows television networks to conduct real-time fact checks of political campaign will be ready for election year
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2 QBs leaving Longhorns as transfer frenzy hits Texas

2 QBs leaving Longhorns as NCAA transfer frenzy hits Texas
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Iowa looking to plug holes at TE, DL in the offseason

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz: Defensive line and tight end biggest concerns heading into the offseason
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QB Tate Martell says he is leaving Ohio State for Miami

Quarterback Tate Martell says he is transferring from Ohio State to Miami
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Avalanches, flooding cause disruptions in Austria, Germany

Officials say several avalanches have slammed buildings and roads in Austria but caused no injuries
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AP FACT CHECK: Trump isn't holed up nonstop at White House

AP FACT CHECK: Trump hasn't really been holed up endlessly at the White House for 'months' waiting to sign a border security deal with Democrats, despite what h
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The Latest: Poland mayor mourned as critic of anti-Semitism

The president of the World Jewish Congress says the fatal stabbing in Poland of Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz was an attack "on the very value of tolerance"
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The Latest: EU's Tusk vows to protect Poland for late mayor

A former prime minister who co-founded the Polish political party cited by a suspect in a mayor's fatal stabbing has vowed to protect Poland and Europe from hat
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The Latest: Walesa blames politics for Polish mayor's death

Former Polish President Lech Walesa has blamed politics for the stabbing attack that killed the mayor of Gdansk
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The Latest: European leaders condemn Polish mayor's slaying

European leaders are condemning the fatal stabbing of the mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk as a "shameless act" and a "senseless act of violence."
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The Latest: Solemn vigils for slain mayor held in Poland

People in Poland are gathering for solemn vigils to honor a mayor who died Monday after being stabbed at a fundraising event the night before
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