May 14, 2015 5:51 AM EDT

THE WEEK

TOM BRADY GOT SUSPENDED

‘Trade creates many benefits for us. But only if done on terms that strengthen the American economy.’

ELIZABETH WARREN, Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, opposing the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement pushed by President Obama

93

Age of an Indiana woman whose great-grandson took her to his junior prom

‘Our belief in him has not wavered.’

ROBERT KRAFT, New England Patriots owner, defending quarterback Tom Brady in the wake of his four-game suspension related to Deflategate

‘How many times does a man have to confess before someone believes him?’

STANLEY PATZ, father of Etan Patz, who vanished 36 years ago while walking to a school-bus stop, shaking parents nationwide. The trial of his alleged murderer, Pedro Hernandez, ended in a hung jury despite a videotaped confession (which Hernandez’s lawyers say was coerced)

Uber

The ride-sharing company may reportedly soon be valued at $50 billion

GOOD WEEK

BAD WEEK

GM

The confirmed death toll from faulty ignition switches in the company’s cars hit 100

11

Number of accidents Google said its driverless cars have been in since hitting the road for testing six years ago. Google said all the accidents were caused by human error

‘THE TECTONIC PLATES IN SCOTTISH POLITICS HAVE SHIFTED.’

NICOLA STURGEON, leader of the Scottish National Party, warning that British Prime Minister David Cameron “cannot ignore” her party’s near sweep of parliamentary seats in Scotland

‘We had a blast!’

SIMON COWELL, former judge on the competitive-singing show American Idol, responding to the news that it will be canceled after its 15th season ends next year

Sources: New York Times (3); Washington Post; People; AP; ABC News; CNN Money

This appears in the May 25, 2015 issue of TIME.

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