We don't routinely collect water lead levels in homes of children who have elevated blood lead levels.
The opera singer's Lincoln Memorial performance is considered by some to have helped launch the civil rights movement.
The documentary won the Audience Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
"As long as the threat is there, we must use all the means," Valls said.
Republican National Committee confirms the upcoming presidential debate will be two hours.
The group claims the Syrian city's ancient ruins, a UNESCO World Heritage site, are intact. But it might destroy the statues.
The group have publicly crucified a family in Libyan town ahead of the forced pledge, according to sources.
As security at churches increases following foiled Paris attack, experts say current levels of protection are unsustainable.
No reported casualties in latest of embassy attacks in Libya, following assaults on South Korean and Moroccan embassies.
Waheed Ahmed was detained Turkey before being arrested at Birmingham Airport.
Explosion damages Moroccan embassy in Tripoli the day after gunmen kill two in attack on South Korean mission.
Extent of Camp Speicher massacre pushes mass killings of terror group into the thousands.
Iraqi troops fighting to clear last ISIS stronghold in northern Tikrit as PM reportedly visits city.
Ahead of sanctions review in June, minister says Libya must be considered as equal a threat to Ukraine.
Interior ministry says minors were travelling from near Barcelona with full knowledge of their families.
Fighting between IS and Libya Dawn has forced civilians to flee to Misrata.
The Tikrit campaign has been stalled by bombs and booby traps laid by ISIS.
Jake Bilardi, 18, suspected of suicide attack in Ramadi and may have considered attacks in Australia.
A new video features deaf-mute brothers who claim to be traffic wardens in militant regime
Airlines to refuse passengers suspected of 'terrorism-related activity' after 600 Britons join militants in Iraq and Syria.
Militants pillage 3,000-year-old pre-Islamic site a week after smashing artefacts in Mosul.
As jihadis use cultural vandalism as a weapon of war, fears are increasing for the country's Greco-Roman heritage.
Court papers show Mohammed Emwazi has been known to security services since 2011.
UN say 8,000 civilians killed in second half of 2014 as militants oppress Christians, Yazidis and Turkmen.