Prince Harry's legal action toward the British press, and more news from the week


Prince Harry compares ‘relentless’ media coverage of Meghan Markle to that of Princess Diana

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took legal action against the press this week for releasing a private letter that Meghan had written to her father. Harry blasted the “relentless propaganda” surrounding the media coverage of Meghan, fearing “history repeating itself” and comparing the coverage to that of his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash as the driver fled paparazzi.


First official Braille Uno deck is released

Mattel has released its first Braille Uno deck. The classic card game can now be enjoyed by those who are visually impaired. Target and the National Federation of the Blind created the deck using Braille so the 7 million blind and low-vision people in the United States can now play the beloved game.

Shop it: $10, Target.com


Selena Gomez opens up about her family’s border crossing

Selena Gomez shared the story of her family’s experience of crossing the U.S. border from Mexico in a powerful op-ed published in Time magazine. The Mexican-American actress and singer spoke out about America’s immigration crisis, revealing the hardships her family faced to achieve citizenship, including how her aunt crossed the border in the back of a truck.


Making history

Allyson Felix broke Usain Bolt’s title record less than a year after she went through a difficult premature childbirth. Felix made track-and-field history, winning the 12th world title. The 33-year-old has been outspoken in her career about women’s rights and protecting pregnant athletes.


Singing homeless woman goes viral

A homeless woman went viral after she was caught beautifully singing opera in an L.A. subway station. The singer was identified as Emily Zamourka, a classically trained violinist. Zamourka became homeless when medical bills stacked up and she could no longer afford to pay her rent. A GoFundMe page has since been set up for her.



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