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#Hot16: All the news you missed this week

From Running Budden to terror in Paris.

1. Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic party's nomination for president. REVOLT was on the scene at the convention, and you can hear about all the historic happenings on the REVOLT 2 Vote podcast.

2. Michael Jordan finally spoke out in an open letter. Then he backed it up with donations of $1 million to organizations that support police and African-Americans.

3. There was a shooting at an all-ages party at a club in Fort Myers, Florida. Two people were killed and a dozen more injured, from pre-teens to young adults.

4. Joe Budden has become the latest hilarious meme. But if only it ended there — Drake is trolling Budden, challenging him to create dis tracks for pay.

5. Kanye West posed for Balmain's latest campaign. He also released the video for "Wolves."

6. A priest was killed in a hostage taking in France. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack.

7. Michelle Obama's DNC speech was a thing of perfection. Based on the reaction on social media, everyone will miss this FLOTUS.

8. Cam'ron has the details on the murders of both Big L and his accused murderer. In a teaser for Purple Haze 2, the Dipset general piqued our interest.

9. Beyoncé asked a judge to dismiss that pesky Lemonade lawsuit. Also, Bey and Baby Blue made Paris their backdrop in pictorial dispatches from abroad.

10. The streak came to an end. Sia dethroned Drake at No. 1 with her song "Cheap Thrills."

11. Miss Cleo, 53, died from a battle with cancer. The infomercial psychic found her way into popular culture years ago.

12. There will be no justice for Freddie Gray. In a tense press conference, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby explained why her office decided to drop all charges against the six officers charged for Gray's murder.

13. It's the 10-year-anniversary of Pharrell's first solo album. It wasn't perfect, but that's okay. Tyler, the Creator and REVOLT both paid tribute.

14. The dream team of Oprah Winfrey and Ava DuVernay strike again. Ava is directing Disney's adaptation of the classic novel A Wrinkle in Time, and Oprah will act in the film.

15. Everyone you know is in Toronto — go ahead, check your Instagram. Here's 5 things you need to know about Caribana, which is why they're there.

16. The Land hit theaters Friday. The Nas-produced coming-of-age film is a must see; here's why.

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