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Donald Trump called President Obama the "founder of ISIS," US swimmers are dominating the Rio Olympics, and a man scaled the Trump Tower in Manhattan. Take the BuzzFeed News quiz, made from stories featured in the
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It's Canada’s Penny Oleksiak.
won the women’s 100-meter freestyle, tying with Canada’s Penny Oleksiak for the gold medal with a time of 52.70. The time was an Olympic record.
It’s naming justices to the US Supreme Court.
“If she gets to pick her judges, there’s nothing you can do, folks. Although the
Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don’t know. But I’ll tell you what, that will be a horrible day,” Trump said. He also said President Obama “founded ISIS."
The Baltimore Police Department
routinely violated people’s civil rights, illegally arrested residents, and used excessive force. The investigation found that the department’s discriminatory practices overwhelmingly targeted Baltimore’s black residents.
The 2000 incident reports, which span 2013 to 2015, are the
largest cache of documents to be leaked from inside Australia’s secretive asylum-seeker detention regime.
It’s he’s a CIA veteran and chief policy director of the House Republican Conference.
McMullin is an
unlikely candidate and has never held elective office.
More people in Miami have contracted the Zika virus after being
bitten by infected mosquitoes since the DOH confirmed the first local cases of Zika in late July, but so far it's been confined to Miami-Dade County.
was decorated with a photo of Putin and Erdogan shaking hands.
It's South African swimmer Chad Le Clos.
the gold-medal face while waiting to swim against South African archrival Chad Le Clos, who was shadowboxing in front of him. Phelps ended up winning gold and Le Clos didn't even medal in the event.