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This graphic shows all that was destroyed — and what’s still standing — following the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire

On Monday, flames engulfed Paris' iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral. The fire took over the building and burned for more than 12 hours.
Making a choice between the thousands of beers on the market is not easy.

Take this quiz to find out what type of beer you should try

Picking between the thousands of beers on the market can be a challenge, so INSIDER has developed a quiz to help you choose the right brew.

Here are the biggest endorsements all the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have received so far

Here's our tracker of which 2020 Democrats have the most major endorsements from statewide officials, federal officials, and prominent celebrities.

‘The Bachelor’ is over, but the contestants’ competition for Instagram followers will go on forever

The top dozen "Bachelor" contestants gained upward of 70,000 followers on average.
Democratic lawmakers tweet far more frequently than Republicans.

Twitter is the most popular social media platform for members of Congress — but prominent Democrats tweet more often and have larger followings ...

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the most-followed member of Congress by a large margin, boasting three million followers and counting.

This GIF shows all of the US presidents in order of height

The tallest American president was Abraham Lincoln, at 6 feet 4 inches. President James Madison was the shortest at 5 feet 4 inches.
Mahershala Ali's character is elderly on the 2015 time frame.

An essential guide to all major events on ‘True Detective’ season 3

INSIDER is keeping a running chronological timeline of all major events on "True Detective" this season with storylines from 1980, 1990, and 2015.

This graphic shows how much more diverse the House of Representatives is getting

The 116th Congress is shaping up to be the most racially and gender-diverse House of Representatives class in history.

How the Trump administration looked at the end of 2017 and how it looks at the end of 2018

President Donald Trump has claimed he only hires the "best people," but those people don't stick around his White House for very long.