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ICYMI: Track Amelia Earhart’s Flight Around the World

We've summed up the most-viewed stories of the week for a quick look at some of our most popular content from the "Nightly News" website.

1. Amelia Earhart Sets Off to Circle the Globe

This week a 31-year-old named Amelia Earhart (no relation to her famous namesake) took off from California in an attempt to fly around the world.

Interested in following her journey? There are a couple ways you can track her flight: here, on AmeliaEarhartProject.com, or on FlightAware.

Modern-Day Amelia Earhart Sets Off to Circle the Globe 2:11

2. Pope Francis Stops to Kiss Disabled Woman

Watch what happened when Pope Francis stopped in a small Italian town to greet a disabled woman. He pulled over upon seeing a group of people holding banners that said, "Please, Pope, stop here to see an angel who has been waiting for you."

3. The Best and Worst States for Teen Drivers

A new report from personal finance website WalletHub examined different elements such as the number of teen drivers per capita, strength of traffic laws, cost of car repairs and teen driver fatalities, to come up with a list of the best and worst states for teen drivers.

Find out how your state ranks.

4. Take a Look Inside GITMO

NBC News went on a military tour of the controversial detention camp. Watch the report below for a glimpse into life at Guantanamo Bay.

Inside the Guantanamo Bay Detainee Camps 2:37

5. L.A. River No Longer an Eyesore

The Los Angeles River has been an eyesore for years -- but now, a new push to revitalize the urban waterfront is turning it into a recreational spot. Last month, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recommended approval of an ambitious $1 billion proposal to restore the habitat, widen and provide access points and bike trails.

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