1. The week’s best editorial cartoons

    Artists take on the militarization of America’s police, Obama’s vacation, and more

     

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  3. No just God would stand for what they did yesterday.
     

  4. The week’s best editorial cartoons

    Artists take on Ferguson, America’s foreign policy woes, and more

     

  5. The week’s best photojournalism

    In some of the week’s most stirring images, children ride horseback through downtown Los Angeles, synchronized swimmers give a fierce performance, and more

     

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  10. John Oliver burns Syria’s Bashar al-Assad in the most humiliating way imaginable

    Oliver started out by noting that Assad, “half a mass murderer and half your creepy sophomore year roommate,” had a trove of his emails leak last year, including insights into his musical taste. One of the songs Assad downloaded was from the 1990s one-hit wonder Right Said Fred.

    Oliver didn’t say which song Assad downloaded from iTunes, but it’s a safe bet it was that one hit, "I’m Too Sexy." ”It’s so frustrating that we’re powerless to do anything to hurt him,” Oliver said of Assad. Then he hit on an idea.

     

  11. Three years ago this week, Syria began to be torn apart. Here are 14 photos of life inside Syrian refugee camps.

     


  12. I’d read somewhere that you’d be sending Hulk Hogan to Syria. Or is that more of a job for Tonya Harding?
     

  13. Syria’s breaking point. More editorial cartoons here.