U.S. wins Women's World Cup
The United States' Alex Morgan, Lauren Holiday, Abby Wambach and Whitney Engen celebrate winning the World Cup following the FIFA Women's World Cup Final match between USA and Japan on Sunday at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, Canada. (Vaughn Ridley/PA Wire/Zuma Press/TNS)
Greek finance minister resigns after anti-austerity vote
Journalists wait for a statement from Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on July 6, 2015 in front of Presidential palace in central Athens, Greece. Greece's finance minister has resigned following Sunday's referendum in which the majority of voters said "no" to more austerity measures in exchange for another financial bailout. (Kay Nietfeld/DPA/Abaca Press/TNS)
Ione, Calif.’s Preston Castle opens up about its harsh, haunting past
Visitors including Anthony Antonopoulos 7, right, explore at Preston Castle in Ione, Calif., on June 11, 2015. Preston Castle was a reform school for delinquent youth called the Preston School of Industry from 1894 until 1960. The castle closed in 1960, but new facilities for the school on the grounds remained in service for several years after that. The Preston Castle Foundation offers tours of the building. (Randall Benton/Sacramento Bee/TNS)
Leaving his mark on the world of natural medicine
Daniel Church spent 10 years as the head of Bastyr University, a nonprofit, private university focusing on science-based, natural medicine. Here, he poses for a portrait on June 26, 2015 in Seattle. (Erika Schultz/Seattle Times/TNS)
Austin Dillon survives crash in Coke Zero 400
Austin Dillon crashes in a dramatic wreck during the Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race early Monday morning, July 6, 2015 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. (Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel/TNS)
At 12, a cancer veteran serves others, becomes an author
Peter Zucca listens quietly as his mother talks about their medical journey, in Harleysville, Pa., on June 15, 2015. Katie Brubaker, a sophomore at Moore College of Art and Design, is illustrating a book on the life story of 12-year-old Peter, who has been fighting cancer almost since he was born. (Michael Bryant/Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)
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