June 19, 2014 6:38 AM EDT

THE WEEK

THE U.S. BEAT GHANA IN SOCCER

‘I wouldn’t rule out anything that would be constructive to providing real stability.’

JOHN KERRY, U.S. Secretary of State, on whether the U.S. would cooperate with Iran against the ISIS insurgents gaining ground in Iraq

9.27 sec.

The fastest possible 100-m dash by a human, according to a new study

$41 million

Expected funding by Congress to examine an estimated 100,000 untested rape kits across the country

‘I don’t think you’ve lived long enough.’

HILLARY CLINTON, responding to assertions that feminism is old-fashioned or out of date

GOOD WEEK

Los Angeles Kings

Won the Stanley Cup title, their second in three years

BAD WEEK

Burger King

Its “burgers for breakfast” campaign drew the ire of media and consumers

‘MORE THAN HALF OF THE TOWN IS GONE. ABSOLUTELY GONE.’

JERRY WEATHERHOLT, Stanton County commissioner, on the twisters that hit Pilger, Neb., which calls itself “the little town too tough to die”

782,000 sq.mi.

Area (2 million sq km) of the Pacific Ocean proposed for protection by the U.S.

‘It makes last year O.K.’

TIM DUNCAN, the San Antonio Spurs center, on his team’s winning the 2014 NBA Finals four games to one over the Miami Heat; last year the Heat defeated the Spurs in a dramatic seven-game series

‘It is bad for Israel, bad for the Palestinians and bad for the region.’

BENJAMIN NETANYAHU, Prime Minister of Israel, on Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ renewed relations with Hamas; Netanyahu holds the organization responsible for the kidnapping of three Israeli teenagers

Sources: CNN; BBC; TIME; ESPN; New York Times; Washington Post

This appears in the June 30, 2014 issue of TIME.

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