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The new iPhone XR’s six available colors, ranked

Apple just unveiled three new iPhones, including a 6.1-inch iPhone called the iPhone XR, which is available in six candy colors.
We ranked the 22 Tour de France teams' bikes.

The Tour de France bikes, ranked

The Tour de France brings out the lightest and fastest bikes, and sometimes the best-looking. We visited the 22 teams to check out each squad's line. Here are the best-looking bikes at the Tour, ranked from "meh" to "ooh!"
Russia is the world's second most powerful country, according to US News and World Report, while Germany has risen to fourth.

RANKED: The 25 most powerful nations on earth

US News interviewed 21,000 people with the goal of discovering how nations are perceived around the world. The US has kept its number one spot, but Germany has overtaken the UK as the future of Europe changes.

RANKED: The iPhones that give you the most bang for your buck, from the iPhone 6S to the iPhone X

Not everyone wants the newest or most expensive iPhone available — plenty of people just want a great phone at a great value.

RANKED: The best-looking iPhone designs, from the original iPhone to the iPhone X

Apple has made a lot of gorgeous smartphones over the years.
When it comes to income inequality, southern states appear to have it the worst.

Income inequality is growing across the US — here’s how bad it is in every state

Income inequality — the gap between the rich and the poor — is getting bigger in the US. But it's not the same in each state. See how your state stacks up.
University of St Andrews was named the best university in the country for satisfaction with student experience.

The 19 best universities in the UK

A definitive list of the UK's best universities was released by the Sunday Times Good University Guide on Sunday. Here are the top 19 institutions.

The US ranks nearly last in a list of rich countries that improve lives in the developing world — here’s the full ranking

Put out by the Center for Global Development, the Commitment to Development Index ranks the 27 richest countries for their efforts in helping poorer countries.

3 Russell Group universities received the lowest award in a new test of teaching quality

The London School of Economics, University of Liverpool, and University of Southampton all received bronze ratings.