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In this photo taken on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019, Glass specialist Claudine Loisel checks the Notre Dame cathedral's stained-glass windows in a lab at Champs-sur-Marne, west of Paris. Scientists at the French government's Historical Monuments Research Laboratory are using these objects as clues in an urgent and vital task, working out how to safely restore the beloved Paris cathedral and identify what perils remain inside in a race against the clock. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
Removal of Notre Dame's melted scaffold to begin 'in weeks'France's culture minister says the melted, twisted scaffolding atop Notre Dame Cathedral will be removed "in coming weeks" to allow restoration work to begin
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Taco Bell Announces Big Recall After Customer Finds MetalYo quiero Taco Bell, but that side of metal slivers—not so much. CNN and USA Today report the fast-food chain recalled about 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef Friday from distribution centers and restaurants in nearly two dozen states after a customer says they found a metal shaving...
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Why Stains on the Underwear?
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FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2018, file photo, a transplant surgeon holds the kidney from a donor during surgery in St. Louis. America’s transplant system is run by a network of government contractors that do the tough job of collecting organs from deceased donors. Those groups are under fire for letting potentially usable organs go to waste. (Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP, File)
Where you die can affect your chance of being an organ donorFeds mull tighter standards for organ collection groups, as AP finds some secure donors at half the rate of others
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Suit: Waiter Poured Liquid Nitrogen in Woman's DrinkA Florida woman who celebrated her birthday at an upscale hotel restaurant is now suing after she says a waiter poured liquid nitrogen into her drink, severely and permanently injuring her. WFTS has posted the lawsuit , which alleges that during the Nov. 11, 2018, celebratory dinner Stacey Wagers was enjoying...
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Aim of New State Law Is to Let Kids SleepStudents in California's public schools will be able to sleep in a little later on school days under a controversial new state law. By the start of the 2022 school year, public middle schools can begin no earlier than 8am and high schools no earlier than 8:30am, reports the...
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Increased number of STDs in Hawaii linked to online datingIncrease of STDs in Hawaii to highest numbers in decades linked to prevalence of online dating
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Van Halen Member Has Cancer—and a TheoryLegendary rock guitarist Eddie Van Halen has traveled to Germany for years to treat his throat cancer—for which he has an unusual explanation, TMZ reports. "I used metal picks—they're brass and copper—which I always held in my mouth, in the exact place where I got the tongue...
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FILE - In this May 25, 2019, file photo, Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Tyler Skaggs throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers in Anaheim, Calif. The Angels say they do not know whether a longtime public relations official had been providing drugs to late pitcher Skaggs, as detailed in a report on ESPN's "Outside the Lines." Eric Kay, a 24-year employee of the Angels' PR department, told the Drug Enforcement Agency he had provided opioids to Skaggs and used them with the pitcher for years, according to the ESPN report Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. Kay reportedly watched as Skaggs snorted three lines of crushed pills in his hotel room in Texas, on the night before he was found dead. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)
ESPN reports Angels PR employee supplied Skaggs with opioidsThe Los Angeles Angels say they don't know whether a longtime public relations official had been providing drugs to late pitcher Tyler Skaggs
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Thousands of Kenyans come out into the streets to celebrate Eliud Kipchoge's sub-2 hour marathon time, in the Rift Valley town of Eldoret where he lives and trains, in Kenya Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. Eliud Kipchoge sent shockwaves through the world of sport by becoming the first athlete to break the two-hour barrier for a marathon, at an event set up for the attempt in Austria, although it will not count as a world record. (AP Photo)
'No human is limited': Kipchoge runs sub-2 hour marathonEliud Kipchoge has become the first athlete to complete a marathon in less than two hours although it will not count as a world record
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FILE - In this Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019 file photo, Cliff Dunn, owner of Pawsarotti's pet store, runs a generator in order to keep a freezer full of raw pet food cold during a power outage in Santa Rosa, Calif. Power shutdowns intended to prevent more devastating California wildfires are raising concerns about another environmental threat: air pollution. As utilities temporarily halted service to more than 2 million people this week, many fired up standby generators that spew toxic emissions. (Christopher Chung/The Press Democrat via AP, File)
California power shutdowns raise air pollution worriesPower shutdowns intended to prevent more devastating California wildfires are raising concerns about another environmental threat: air pollution
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One State Tells Public Schools: You Must Offer AbortionsComing to a California university near you: abortion pills. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Friday ensuring that public universities will provide medication abortions at student health centers on campus starting in 2023, the Hill reports. This after the state assembly voted 55-19 in September to pass Senate Bill 24...
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