Photos of the week. Our top photos from the past week. Six rescued sea lions were released into the Pacific Ocean off Peru on Wednesday, after they were successfully rehabilitated for living in the wild. Meet Cori Gauff, the 15-year-old who beat Venus Williams. 15-year-old tennis prodigy Cori 'Coco' Gauff, the youngest woman ever to qualify for the draw at Wimbledon, took down Venus Williams in the first round. Motor racing No vegan, but Leclerc is happy to investigate. Charles Leclerc likes a nice steak and is a long way from following Lewis Hamilton in going vegan but, like every Formula One driver, Ferrari's young ace is interested in any advantage he can get. A Lafite From China? This $300 Wine Is the Real Thing. A Rothschild estate in Shandong Province has released its first vintage. It was 10 years in the making. Hisham Matar Spent A Month in Siena Staring at Art. The new book by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author is part travelogue and part art criticism, a reflection on the power of art to affect us deeply. After Breakthrough Season, Whats Next for Coco Gauff? The Australian Open and then a 16th birthday await Gauff, who has already captivated audiences at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. Daily Report Yahoos Multipronged Turnaround Strategy. Yahoo is opening itself up to all options spinoff, sale, a simplification of its operations in its quest to right itself. For the Yankees, Good Is Not Good Enough in the Age of the Astros. The 2010s will end without a pennant for the Yankees, the first time that has happened since the 1910s. Girlfriend Tiniko Thompson arrested after chilling note is found next to police officer's body. Tiniko Thompson, 46, is alleged to have killed her boyfriend Carl Patrick, 53, a Miami police officer in his Pembroke Pines, Miami Florida home on May 9. Brazilian oil spill could be 'criminal,' Bolsonaro says. A mysterious oil spill, which has contaminated a number of postcard beaches in northeastern Brazil, may have been illegally dumped, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Tuesday according to state-news agency Agencia Brasil. Bulgarian economist who grew up under communism picked for IMF's top job. Kristalina Georgieva, a top official at the World Bank, was chosen by the executive board to become the IMF's managing director. She succeeds Christine Lagarde. Startled Marmot and a Fox Lead the Way at Wildlife Photography Awards. The winning image showcases the humor and horror of nature, the Natural History Museum in London said. UK police find 39 bodies in cargo truck, driver arrested. A murder investigation is underway after the dead were discovered during the early hours of October 23. Maha Albadrawi reports. Defiant Zuckerberg Says Facebook Wont Police Political Speech. In an address at Georgetown University, the Facebook chief executive called for more free speech not less as his company has been assailed for allowing lies and falsehoods to appear. Yes it had noble intentions, but it's time we called time on MeToo. Joanna Williams who is the author of Women Vs Feminism, argues that the birthday of MeToo shouldn't be celebrated. The movement initially begun to raise awareness of sexual harassment. Taylor Swift's Lover is a good title but running to 62 minutes, it's half killer and half filler. Taylor Swift is in love. The first clue is in the name of her new album. The second clue is on the cover, where puffy pink clouds loom behind her like an Instagram filter gone wrong.