National Post ‘I love Bill. But you don’t want to know what I think of Hillary’: Arkansas spells trouble for Clinton 2016-10-21T16:36:57.000000Z Despite her history in the state, the Democrats are unlikely to take Arkansas. 'Looking at Mr. Trump, this is really a state that is almost perfectly designed for him' ‘No Clowns Allowed’ sign in London prompts heated exchange with clowns who think it’s ‘racist,’ not funny 2016-10-21T16:32:38.000000Z A small sign put up as a joke sparked a three-ring circus of two angry clowns, two frustrated bookstore employees, and two bicycle-riding police officers Toronto woman says Uber driver demanded oral sex for fare. When she refused, he offered to pay her 2016-10-21T16:28:54.000000Z Toronto police have charged at least three Uber drivers in the last year with sexual assault and have a warrant out for the arrest of another Put diaper change tables in men’s bathrooms, Ontario dad’s group pleads after changing kids on floor 2016-10-21T16:13:41.000000Z With more fathers shouldering a greater share of the child-care load, a London, Ont., men’s group is lobbying local businesses to make diaper duty easier for dads Oh Jesus! New head on statue of Christ puts spotlight on Ontario church 2016-10-21T16:04:13.000000Z The new head — a placeholder until the artist can sculpt a permanent replacement out of stone -- has captured the attention of many in the parish Milwaukee cop who fatally shot black man charged with sexually assaulting man he met at bar during riots 2016-10-21T15:40:33.000000Z The victim told police he had trouble remembering everything that happened after they left the bar, but he felt drugged. He said when he woke up he was being raped ‘Kind of a miracle’: Bruno, a Saskatchewan farm dog, fights for his life after 27 days trapped in a well 2016-10-21T14:59:39.000000Z The seven-year old chocolate labrador remains in intensive care after his Oct. 14 rescue. 'There's so many people rooting for him and he's got such a strong will' Not everyone is happy about lynching memorial for ‘negro of wealth’ in small S.C. town 2016-10-21T14:56:43.000000Z 'Most of life is generational. Thoughts, attitudes and actions change' Chrystia Freeland walks out of talks with Wallonia on verge of tears as deadline passes for EU trade deal 2016-10-21T14:55:39.000000Z Canada's trade minister was attempting to obtain the approval of the last holdout to a trade deal with the European Union Montana judge, under fire after jailing father only 43 days for incest, says he was heeding mother’s wish 2016-10-21T14:19:04.000000Z The victim’s mother, who walked in on the sexual abuse, wants their daughter and two sons to 'have an opportunity to heal the relationship with their father.'