8 Things You Need To Know Today (July 14)

1. A 101-year-old woman broke her own record as the oldest person to rappel down one of England's tallest buildings. And now we can all officially remove the word "can't" from our vocabularies. (The Huffington Post)

2. Prince William discussed Royal duties, family life and Kate Middleton's parenting skills in an interview with Sky News. (Vanity Fair)

3. Hello, Pluto! After a 9-year journey, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is about to give us our first up-close glimpse of this planet. (The Washington Post)

4. Coffee is good for you and the job market: Starbucks's CEO Howard Schultz has joined forces with Wal-Mart, CVS Health Corp., Lyft Inc. and more than a dozen other companies to combat unemployment among low-income youth with the "100,000 opportunities initiative." (The Wall Street Journal)

5. Have you ever wondered what the Internet actually looks like? The Opte Project, an internet mapping project, has released its latest representation of the cyber world. (TIME)

6. Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer for his third title in the 2015 Wimbledon Final on Sunday. (BBC News)

7. The youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize Malala Yousafzai celebrated her 18th birthday by opening a school for Syrian girls. (NBC News)

8. The Pentagon may lift its ban on transgender people openly serving in the U.S. military. "Current regulations regarding transgender service members are outdated," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a statement. (The Associated Press)

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