What happened this week (in anything but politics)

(CNN)More video streaming options, babies from two moms and a special performance from Ed Sheeran. It's time for this week's politics-free news.

A gene-ious outcome

This image shows a healthy adult mouse born to two mothers with offspring of her own.
Chinese researchers say they were able to breed 29 healthy mice with two mothers, using a new type of gene editing technology.

A beefed-up service

    Walmart announced it partnered with movie studio MGM to create shows to beef up its streaming service, Vudu.

    A dreamy serenade

    Singer Ed Sheeran performs onstage at the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards.
    Something not everyone can do for their birthday? Hire Ed Sheeran to sing the special song. But Bruno Mars can, and he did.

    A DNA discovery

    Turns out Facebook isn't your only privacy problem. A new study found more than 60% of people with European ancestry can be identified by an anonymous DNA sample.

      A Hollywood stunt

      Tilda Swinton finally said it: She is the supposedly 82-year-old male actor Lutz Ebersdorf, who is credited with playing Dr. Josef Klemperer in the upcoming movie "Suspiria."