July 13, 2013 1:50 PM
A powerful crane will start lifting smashed train cars over buildings to clear a railway line after a derailment killed six people and injured nearly 200 people south of Paris in what investigators believe may have been a case of equipment failure, authorities said. Texas abortion providers fear stringent restrictions passed by the Legislature could force all but five of the state's clinics to close, possibly leaving only a handful of facilities across the vast state. Thrill-seekers flee massive beasts at Spain's San Fermin festival, some getting away unscathed while others pay dearly when gored by raging bulls. The Running of the Bulls, and the San Fermin festival, dates back to the late 16th century and also is known for its all-night street parties. The runs, eight in all, are the highlight of a nine-day street festival to honor Pamplona's patron saint, San Fermin.