Before you took a sip of your soy latte, Obama said war had been averted. A shipwrecked sailor was saved after 66 days at sea.
A family was awarded $150 million for a son who died, while an inmate was awarded gender-reassignment surgery. Fans bought a slice of Lauren Bacall's glittering life.
Iran agreed a deal
An initial framework was finally agreed after lots of late night nuclear negotiations between six superpowers and Iran. Obama says this deal is much better than a new war or sanctions. Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia say it's good news. Not everyone's feeling it of course – Israel's prime minister says they're feeling more fearful than ever.
A sailor was rescued after 66 days
A South Carolina man was found on his capsized boat after he was reported missing at sea on January 29. Louis Jordan survived by drinking rain water and eating raw fish.
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$150 million was awarded for a Jeep fire death
A court ordered carmaker Fiat to shell out $150 million to the family of a boy who died in a car crash blaze. The fire was blamed on a poorly positioned fuel-tank.
A transgender inmate awaited a sex change
A San Francisco judge ordered the state of California to give murderer Michelle-Lael Norsworthy gender-reassignment surgery. He said that the state is violating her rights by denying her treatment for her stressful condition. The operation would be the first in state prison history.
Lauren Bacall belongings fetched $3.6 million
Fans of the glamorous star snapped up her sculptures, jewelery, clothes, furniture and paintings at a New York auction house. Lots included a bronze statue of the actress' late husband Humphrey Bogart dressed as his character Rick Blaine from “Casablanca." It was bought for $16,250, more than 20 times its modest estimate of $800.
READ MORE: Lauren Bacall personal treasures fetch $3.6M in NY sale