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Hillary Clinton sharply criticized President Trump during her commencement address at Wellesley College, her alma mater, on May 26, delivering a stinging rebuke to his policies and governing style without ever mentioning his name. She started with a playful tone, talking about her election loss, before turning to more serious matters: "When people in power invent their own facts and attack those who question them," she said, "it can mark the beginning of the end of a free society." Video source: Wellesley College

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Science is increasingly showing that the best diet for you is very likely not the best diet for someone else. Individual responses to different diets—from low fat and vegan to low carb and paleo—vary enormously. And while weight loss will never be easy for anyone, the evidence is mounting that it’s possible for anyone to reach a healthy weight—people just need to find their best way there.

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Canadian Prime Minister @justinpjtrudeau and French President @emmanuelmacron take a stroll on the sideline of the G7 summit, in Taormina, Sicily, on May 26.
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Greg Gianforte, a Republican multimillionaire, won Montana's only U.S. House seat on May 25 despite having just been charged with assault. Witnesses said he grabbed a Guardian reporter by the neck and threw him to the ground. "I made a mistake and I took an action that I can't take back, and I'm not proud of what happened," he said. "I should not have responded in the way that I did, and for that I'm sorry." Video source: Pool/CNN

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When 'Star Wars' was released on May 25, 1977, no one knew that the film about a farm boy from Tatooine would change the movie industry forever. Forty years later, the 'Star Wars' universe—which now includes movies, books, toys and theme parks—is one of the most enduring sagas of our time and a fixture of pop culture.

During a photo shoot to celebrate the release of 'The Force Awakens' in 2015, photographer @marcogrob found that R2-D2 was indeed the droid we were all looking for.

Photograph by @marcogrob for TIME.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned to Harvard on May 25, more than a decade after he dropped out to focus on building up the social network, to receive an honorary doctorate degree and deliver a commencement address to graduates. During his remarks, he recalled the story of how he met his wife, Priscilla, and offered some dating advice.

Video source: Harvard

President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron had a difficult time letting go on May 25, 2017, during their meeting in Brussels.
In a moment that quickly went viral, the men gripped one another's right hand so tightly that their knuckles turned white. Later, during a second handshake surrounded by other European leaders, Trump grabbed Macron's hand with such force that Macron appeared to playfully use his other hand to break free.
Video source: Pool/NATO TV
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During remarks at the inauguration of a new NATO headquarters in Brussels, President Trump on May 25, 2017, lectured European leaders for what he called "chronic underpayments" to the alliance. To date, he has not committed to abiding by Article 5, in which member nations vow to come to one another's defense. Video source: NATO TV

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President Donald Trump shakes hands with French President Emmanuel Macron during a meeting at the U.S. Embassy in Brussels on May 25, 2017.
Photograph by @evanvucci@ap.images

TIME's new cover: The weight loss trap. Illustration and animation by @brobeldesign

Supporters in Taipei wave their mobile phones during a rally after Taiwan's constitutional court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage, the first such ruling in Asia, on May 24, 2017. Within two years, lawmakers must change the Civil Code—which defines marriage as being between a man and a woman—or to legislation that addresses same-sex couples. Photograph by @tyrone_siu@reuters

When Pope Francis met First Lady Melania Trump, he had one culinary question about the President for her — through a translator he asked cordially in Italian, "what are you feeding him, potica?" a well-known dessert from the First Lady's native Slovenia. The translator offered this remix: "what do you give him to eat?" The First Lady seemed to ask either "potica" or "pizza” before smiling and confirming “yes” with a laugh.

Potica is a favorite of the Pope who loves to mention it whenever he meets anyone from Slovenia.
Pronounced "potteezza," the time-honored Slovenian holiday dish is a pastry bread made by rolling dough until it's paper thin, and filling it with a spread made from ingredients like ground walnuts, honey and cream.

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Video source: Associated Press—Vatican TV.

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