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Micah Herndon's legs gave way around 22 miles into the race. But that didn't stop him from finishing.
Images from Paris as residents and officials examine the extent of the disastrous fire.
Experts explain how the 850-year-old building can be saved, after it was ravaged by a major fire.
The husband of a soldier who died in Afghanistan was deported to Mexico, but then allowed to return.
Two MPs complain about abuses of their own electronic system, as parliament backs remote public voting.
A metal box which has been dragged around the ocean first discovered a plastic bag sixty years ago.
Parliament approves constitutional changes that could let the president stay in power until 2030.
A Chinese school's family cars exhibition has triggered a fierce debate online about class discrimination in the education system.
Scientists "accidentally" record the history of ocean plastic, including what may have been the first plastic bag to be fished out of the ocean.
How the Notre-Dame fire spread and the damage it caused, shown in graphics and images.
Hate crime charges have been filed against a white man accused of burning down African-American churches.
The defendants were convicted after a mass trial of being members of an Iran-linked "terrorist cell".
Scientists from Scotland and France spent five months monitoring the secluded site in the Pyrenees.
Casual and "on-demand" workers will now have better protections under EU law.
Search teams are assessing the damage to the 850-year-old Parisian landmark.
New York's American Museum of Natural History will not now host an event honouring Jair Bolsonaro.
A retired Norwegian border guard gets a long term in a Russian labour camp, but denies spying.
A search to find two people, pictured moments before fire engulfed the cathedral, is under way.
Melbourne's comedy festival distances its top award from controversy-hit comedian Barry Humphries.
The proposed law protects whistleblowers from dismissal, demotion and other forms of punishment.