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Adele’s “Hello” logged the biggest digital-sales week ever: 1.1 million downloads.

The Chicago city council voted to approve the zoning proposal for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, which will include memorabilia from George Lucas’ Star Wars.

President Obama welcomed the world-champion U.S. women’s national soccer team to the White House:

‘This team taught all America’s children that “playing like a girl” means … being the best.’

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is working on a way to let people opt out of annoying game invites.

Chips Ahoy released a limited-edition hot-cocoa flavor. The cookie has a chocolate base, cocoa center and marshmallow chips.

Sandra Bullock will lead a new, all-female Ocean’s Eleven film.

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A Vermont hotel is serving a special roadkill-themed menu for $75 per person.

Justin Bieber stormed offstage at a performance in Norway; he later apologized, explaining that it had been “a rough week.”

After winning an Airbnb-sponsored competition, a 27-year-old Brazilian man spent the night in Paris’ catacombs, surrounded by millions of skulls and bones.

A semitruck crashed in northern Arizona, spilling 44,500 lb. of pizza dough onto a highway.

This year’s Today show anchor costumes–characters from Peanuts–were unusually creepy.

CNN asked Senator Lindsey Graham to play a round of “date, marry or disappear forever” with Sarah Palin, Carly Fiorina and Hillary Clinton.

This appears in the November 16, 2015 issue of TIME.

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