This computer-generated view depicts part of Mars at the boundary between darkness and daylight, with an area including Gale Crater beginning to catch morning light, in this handout image provided by NASA.  
Photo by NASA/JPL-Caltech/Reuters

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This week, rapper Kanye West asked for help relieving his debt, former Vice President Dick Cheney suggested a GOP candidate might be in the wrong party, and NASA began recruiting for a new class of astronauts. 

Did you keep up with the news this week? Find out with this quiz.

This new generation of astronauts will be the first new NASA class in four years.

Pacquiao said gay couples “are worse than animals” in a TV interview in his native Philippines.

“There’s one thing we’re very similar in: He knows our country is being ripped off big league – big league – on trade,” Trump said of the candidate. “The problem is he can’t do anything about it.”

Jeb Bush said he was “disappointed” that he did not get her backing. “She’s a good governor and should I win the nomination, there will be a role for her in the campaign. Trust me, she’s a great person,” he said.

Following the news of his upcoming visit, President Obama tweeted, “America will always stand for human rights around the world.”

The picture was accompanied by a one-word caption: “America.”

Six unidentified women filed the lawsuit, which focuses on five cases that were reported between 2013 and 2015. 

The sheriff suggested that an alleged rise in violence against police offers is directly related to the star’s newest music video.

“One of the coolest things you could ever do is to help me in my time of need,” the rapper tweeted. 

“He sounds like a liberal Democrat to me, Bret, he’s wrong,” Cheney said in a Fox News interview on Monday.

The footage of a boat crossing a picturesque harbor was shot in Vancouver, Canada.