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‘Brexit means Brexit, and we’re going to make a success of it.’

Theresa May, leader of Britain’s Conservative Party, who replaced David Cameron as Prime Minister on July 13; she is the second woman to hold the position, after Margaret Thatcher


Number of downloads of Pokémon Go in under a week, one of the biggest mobile-game launches ever


How much more male doctors make, on average, than equally experienced female ones, according to a new study


Price paid for 30 rare Ruby Roman grapes at an auction in Japan; the ping-pong-ball-size fruits were from the first yield of the season, which is said to offer good fortune

‘Hillary Clinton will make an outstanding President.’

Senator Bernie Sanders, ending his campaign by endorsing Hillary Clinton after months of speculation

T. Swift

The singer was named by Forbes “the world’s top-earning celebrity”




The rapper was named by his restaurant’s workers in a suit over unpaid wages

‘I think he was just black in the wrong place.’

Valerie Castile, whose son Philando was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, Minn., sparking national outrage; the incident occurred a day after police shot and killed another black man, Alton Sterling, in Baton Rouge, La.

‘I prefer the word one of the greatest “athletes” of all time.’

Serena Williams, who won a record-equaling 22nd Grand Slam title at Wimbledon on July 9, replying to a journalist who asked about her being “one of the greatest female athletes of all time”

‘I am not pregnant. What I am is fed up.’

Jennifer Aniston, actor, criticizing how tabloids objectify women in an editorial for the Huffington Post


This appears in the July 25, 2016 issue of TIME.

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