Who won the week?
Ukraine's military, for continuing to claw back territory from Russia, winning control of drilling platforms near the Crimean coast, and blasting Russian ships in their drydock
Judge Allison Riggs, appointed to fill a vacancy on the North Carolina Supreme Court by Gov. Roy Cooper, making her at 42 the youngest woman to serve on the court
Yoda, the 4-year-old Belgian Malinois from the BOTAK K9 unit who singlehandedly stepped in and captured that armed-and-dangerous escaped convict in Pennsylvania
Coco Gauff, 19, who won her first Grand Slam championship, making her the youngest American to win a major tennis championship this century
Dollars in bank accounts, as federal data shows U.S. household wealth hit a record $154.3 trillion during the second quarter. (Maybe we could use some of it to bring childhood poverty back down?)
The FDA, for clearing new Pfizer and Moderna covid boosters as new subvariants cause a rise in cases
Reproductive rights in Wisconsin, as a judge rules that an 1849 law seemingly banning abortion actually does not, allowing Planned Parenthood to resume abortion services there
The management at the Buell Theatre in Denver, for throwing classless Rep. Lauren Boebert out during a performance because she was disrupting it like the loud, petulant narcissist she is
Sunday mornings, as Chuck Todd finally disappears from "Meet the Press"