(CNN)Paying tribute to Nipsey Hussle, a deep dive on K-pop boy band BTS and students voting on reparations for descendants of slaves. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. Here's what you might have missed during a busy news week.
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Thousands gathered to say their final goodbyes at a funeral for beloved rapper and community activist Nipsey Hussle. At the service, hip-hop luminaries and activists expressed their admiration for the rapper, who used his voice to reach out to his neighborhood and beyond.
Julian Assange was removed from the Ecuadoran embassy in London by British police after nearly seven years of confinement. The WikiLeaks founder and his supporters argue he was doing the work of a journalist and this arrest is an assault against freedom of the press. His critics assail his leaking of confidential information.
You're sneezing your head off, and your eyes sting. Yes, of course, you already know allergy season has arrived. Now for more bad news: Climate change is making it much worse.
If you haven't heard of BTS yet, here are 12 essential facts about the Korean boy band that's taking over the world and the colossal K-pop industry that spawned them.
Even in the swankiest business class situation, cabin fever can set in. That's where Airbus' new "Settee Corner" chair comes in, offering couch-style airplane seating, alongside all the usual business class features.
This 20-year-old is raising her five younger siblings in Florida after their parents died. When the Orange County Sheriff's Office learned about her family, they stepped up with a welcome surprise.
Georgetown University might not be here today if the Maryland Society of Jesuits, which oversaw the school, hadn't sold 272 slaves. Now, some students are trying to institute a reparations fund for the descendants of the slaves who were sold.