It's been a week full of heat waves and music festival frenzy! It was hard to see the US Space Program call it quits, but we are thrilled to see protesters worldwide standing up for what they believe. Despite her sexualized lyrics and scandalous outfits, Lady Gaga had a surprisingly conservative message about sex on Howard Stern. See what you might have missed in the week that was!
People look at the work of Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota entitled "Dialogue from DNA" in western France, as part of the Fifth International Biennial of Contemporary Art.
With temperatures at a record high all over, a fan gets water poured on her head in an attempt to beat the heat at a game between the New York Mets and the St. Louis Cardinals.
On the Howard Stern show, Gaga announced, "I've got a lot of young fans . . . Honestly, you should wait as long as you can to have sex. As a woman you don't even begin to enjoy it until your mid-20s."
A festival-goer cheers during the concert of British group Portishead on the second day of the 36th edition of the Paleo festival in Nyon. Portishead will be touring the US soon!
After 30 years of the shuttle program, the final shuttle mission for NASA, the space shuttle Atlantis, lands at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL.
In Tel Aviv this week, people flocked to set up a tent camp in protest against the rising prices of real estate in Israel.
Medical marijuana patients and advocates express their concerns over a recent Drug Enforcement Agency memo suggesting that they will reverse Obama's 2009 policy to not bring federal drug law prosecutions against individuals in compliance with state medical marijuana laws.