Start your week smart: Italy, Anne Rice, Michigan shooting, vaping, Golden Globes
Updated 8:58 AM ET, Sun December 12, 2021
A man found a baby boy who was just a few hours old abandoned in a subway in New York. The chance encounter led to an unexpected family and a beautiful children's story. Here's what else you need to know to Start Your Week Smart.
The weekend that was
- Rescuers are rushing to search for survivors after deadly tornadoes left dozens dead in several states.
- At least two people died and seven are missing after buildings collapsed in the Italian town of Ravanusa.
- Anne Rice, author of the Vampire Chronicles novel series, has died following complications from a stroke.
- Parents alerted school officials to threats two weeks before the Michigan campus rampage, a lawsuit claims.
- Vaping doubled the risk of erectile dysfunction in men age 20 and older, a new study finds.