Check out the most-read stories on MSN in August

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Simone Biles, standing and smiling, facing left, wearing a teal leotard, which is the color of sexual assault awareness.

Simone Biles made history in August by being the only woman to ever win five national all-around titles in the U.S. Gymnastics Championships.

The Microsoft News team has a mission to keep the world informed, with nearly half a billion people coming to MSN and Microsoft Edge every month to find out what’s going on around the globe.

Each day, Microsoft News editors work with more than 1,000 premium publishing partners (such as “The New York Times,” “Fox News,” “USA Today” and “Sports Illustrated”) to curate the best news and high-quality, credible journalism across a variety of topics so that readers get the latest news.

Each month, MSN will publish a list of its most-read news stories “in order to share what our readers are drawn to and allow you to catch up on stories you may have missed.”

Head over to The Microsoft News Blog to check out the five most-read stories for August.

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