(CNN)The death of this man's brother sent him on an American journey. #MeToo is changing ordinary lives. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. Here's what you might have missed during a busy news week:
Settle in with these weekend reads
Sixteen women say a respected voice coach preyed on their desire to make it in the industry. For years, each of them thought she was the only one.
Sarah Reyes says she was raped by a fellow soldier and remains dissatisfied with the way she was treated by Army investigators who decided not to pursue charges in her case. Her story illustrates how the military often handles sexual assault.
Curling? Luge? Biathlon? In order to be a Winter Olympics expert you have to do your homework. We've got you covered.
Three years ago, a gunman killed three Muslims in Chapel Hill, NC. The deaths yanked one of the victim's brothers from his life's trajectory and set him on one he had not anticipated.
More than a million Syrians have taken refuge in Lebanon, straining the country's resources. Lebanese authorities have refused to allow relief groups to establish proper refugee camps for Syrians for fear they will become permanent. But Syrians continue to try to make their way there, despite the difficult conditions and very real risks.
Fourth-grader Jerome Robinson was the bane of his young teacher's career. At times, his behavior got so bad that she almost quit teaching. Then he became her son.
In a rare visit to David Hockney's studio in the Hollywood Hills, journalist Nick Glass has an encounter with one of the world's most popular artists.
Syed A. Jamal was arrested by immigration agents on January 24, outside his home and in front of his children. His neighbor Eleanor B. McCormick writes that her community cried out in alarm.