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Gracie Gold of the United States took the lead after the short program at the NHK Trophy on Friday, boosting her chances of qualifying for the Grand Prix Final.

The U.S. champion hit all her jumps to score 68.16 points and finish ahead of Alena Leonova of Russia with 68.11.…

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A volcano in Kyushu is blasting out chunks of magma for the fourth straight day in the first such eruption in 22 years, causing flight cancellations and prompting warnings to stay away from its crater.

The Japan Meteorological Agency said Friday that Mount Aso had spewed out lava debris and…

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Two police officers committed suicide in Osaka and Miyazaki on Thursday by shooting themselves, the National Police Agency said Friday.

In a police station in Osaka's Chuo Ward, a 41-year-old officer was found at 9 a.m. in the basement floor toilet, wearing his uniform, and bleeding from a gunshot wound…

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A mask of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is on sale at a market in Tokyo.

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The Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions both served up U.S. Thanksgiving Day routs to move atop their divisions while the Seattle Seahawks boosted their playoff hopes with a commanding win on Thursday.

Football is as much a Thanksgiving Day tradition as turkey and pumpkin pie and the Lions served up…

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An Australian lawyer has set a world record by stringing up almost 1.2 million Christmas lights in the center of the national capital.

Guinness World Records on Friday confirmed that the 120 kilometers (75 miles) of multicolored wire strung in the shape of three interconnected giant, wrapped Christmas gifts in…

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Toyota Motor Corp will begin to test its autonomous car on public roads in December.

The announcement was made at a meeting that the company had to explain its safety technologies.

"We will actively continue the development of autonomous driving technologies, but we are considering commercializing autonomous driving technologies that…

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Japanese core consumer inflation continued to slow, increasing 2.9% in October year-on-year, according to data released Friday.

The figure matched the market's forecast and compared with September's reading of 3% amid worries about the nation's economic outlook.

Prices rose from year-earlier levels largely because the government raised sales tax from…

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The tragic death of batsman Phillip Hughes dominated the front pages of Australia's media Friday as "the nation shares the agony of an innings cut short", while rallying behind the youngster who bowled the fatal ball.

Hughes died Thursday from a rare head injury after a devastating on-field blow, sparking…

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Sony have had a bit of heat for a few days after publishing and then promptly pulling a new PlayStation VITA Remote Play promo video.

The YouTube spot features(ed) a seductively fem-British medical professional breathily placating and reassuring an implicitly male patient struggling with uhhh...struggling with himself...a little too much.…

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