French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said officials will consider whether a new spire should replicate the one that fell or have a new design.
A total of 109 people in six states have been infected with the strain of E. coli. Seventeen people have been hospitalized but no deaths reported.
Published Thursday in the British medical journal The Lancet, the study adds to growing research that alcohol can have lasting health implications.
More people incorrectly apply SPF moisturizers compared to traditional sunscreens, with missed application around the eyelids to blame, a study says.
John Sato told Radio New Zealand he made the journey to show support for the Muslim community after the Christchurch massacre.
Douglas County, Colorado, topped a ranking of the healthiest communities in the United States in 2019, according to U.S. News & World Report.
By 2050, the U.S. population will have a nonwhite majority. A Pew survey found 46 percent of white people fear that will “weaken U.S. culture.”
YouTube, owned by Google parent company Alphabet, began disabling comments last week on “tens of millions of videos” with possible predatory behavior.
Sex trafficking accounted for 6,081 of over 8,500 reported cases of human trafficking in 2017, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
“We are in an unknown territory situation,” infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm said of Chronic wasting disease.
Crews began working in Padborg, and the roughly 5-foot-tall fence is scheduled to be completed in the fall this year, the Danish government said.
St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx allegedly confused a man for another, leading Shirell Powell to think her brother was brain dead, lawsuit alleges.