From terror attacks to basketball titles, the past week has been a busy one for journalists. How much do you know about the headlines from the past week?
On June 14, a terrible fire consumed much of a London high-rise building. At least 30 people died in the conflagration.
Residents of the building said that there were many alarms installed. But none of those alarms sounded as the blaze took hold.
Kelly interviewed Alex Jones, a conspiracy-minded journalist. Backlash was immediate and severe.
Jones has said that a "few" real children were killed during the massacre, but that the event was mostly staged. Megyn Kelly was criticized for even entertaining Jones' ideas.
Scientists announced a drug that supposedly imitates the effects of the sun, creating a tanned appearance. It's not all for vanity's sake -- it may help ward off skin cancer, too.
The Golden State Warriors took the title by beating LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors lost just one game in the postseason, to the Cavaliers.
Kevin Durant, in his first year with the Warriors, had an extraordinary Finals. He's just the third player in league history to win Finals MVP in his first year with a new team.
Several Republican members of Congress were practicing baseball when a gunman opened fire. Majority Whip Steve Scalise was wounded, along with several others. The shooter was killed after exchanging fire with police.
A California couple pleaded guilty to animal neglect. They had 170 small dogs in their filthy residence, and the health of the animals (obviously) suffered.
Sessions came out firing against his opponents, who accused him of colluding with the Russians. He angrily said that he was going to defend his honor no matter what.
The painting looks a lot like a splattered, abstract Jackson Pollock painting. If so, it could be worth millions of dollars.
Scientists announced that Jupiter is probably the oldest planet in the solar system. The core probably formed within one million years after the sun.
Jones was arrested for coercing underage girls into making nude videos. He'll face charges of creating child pornography.
The North Koreans released a 22-year-old college student named Otto Warmbier. Warmbier had been detained since January 2016.
The North Koreans accused Warmbier of trying to steal a political banner from a restricted area of his hotel, therefore committing a hostile act against North Korea. Most such accusations end in short jail terms (mostly for the sake of public relations), but in Otto's case, he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor.
Dennis Rodman, the quirky former NBA star, headed to North Korea. Rodman is famously chummy with the dictator of the reclusive nation.
A business called PotCoin.com paid for Rodman's trip. The company, clearly looking for publicity, has a service that enables financial transactions between legal marijuana vendors and consumers.
In Putnam County, Georgia, two prison inmates shot and killed two prison guards and then went on the lam. Authorities were desperately searching for the offenders, who managed to avoid capture for days.
The two men somehow escaped the caged area of a prisoner transport bus and overpowered the guards. One of the escapees is a known member of a gang called the Ghostface Gangsters.
An explosion from a suspected terror attack in eastern China caused havoc at the school. At least eight people died and dozens more were injured.
Travis Kalanick said that he was taking time off to mourn his mother, who died in a boating accident. He took his leave as officials considered an investigation into the company's alleged misconduct.
Stone released a four-part interview with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The interview seemed to ask easy questions... and didn't truly question any of Putin's dubious actions as a political leader.
The girl, Rosalyn Baldwin, is on a mission to hug police officers in all 50 states. She feels that cops too often go unappreciated in today's America.
The woman became unresponsive in the plane's restroom. Emergency workers quickly took her off of the plane (in full view of other passengers) but it was too late... she died.
A two-year-old video emerged of a United employee shoving a 71-year-old man to the floor and then leaving him motionless. Details of a lawsuit became public this week.
War crimes investigators seem more than a little leery of American-led air strikes, which they say are causing a "staggering" loss of life, mostly among civilians.
A 21-year-old man accidentally fell into one of the park's many hot springs. He suffered severe burns but survived.
French McDonald's, of course, are much more sophisticated than the American versions. They serve foods with a knife and fork. Americans took to social media to express their dismay.
Hodgkinson was an outspoken opponent of the current administration. He died after being shot by security personnel.
Bonderman is clearly tone deaf. With Uber already under withering attack due to allegations of sexual harassment, the brainless board member made a plainly sexist remark about female board members. He immediately resigned.