President Obama did the wave with Cuban President Raúl Castro at the historic exhibition game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national baseball team.
Instagram upped its video-length limit from 15 seconds to 60.
As part of a photo shoot, Idris Elba and the rest of Disney’s Jungle Book cast posed with the CGI animals they voice in the movie.
Starbucks announced that it will start selling Pumpkin Spice Latte–flavored K-cups later this year.
Deadpool’s global gross passed $745 million, making it the biggest R-rated hit of all time.
A video showed Hugh Jackman rescuing his kids from a riptide at a beach in Sydney.
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A team of Japanese space scientists lost track of a $273 million satellite sent to space to study black holes.
Microsoft had to disable Tay, its artificial-intelligence chatbot, after it started tweeting hateful, racist messages it had learned from pranksters.
The Atlanta Braves stadium is now selling the Burgerizza, a $26 bacon cheeseburger sandwiched between two 8-inch pepperoni pizzas.
Kristen Bell, who voices Princess Anna in Frozen, revealed that her daughters, ages 1 and 3, are not fans of the hit movie:
‘They live to break down my self-esteem.’
A British woman accidentally mailed her cat across the south coast of England; the feline, named Cupcake, had climbed into a box of DVDs.
A North Carolina man was arrested for not returning a VHS copy of Freddy Got Fingered–that he rented in 2002.
This appears in the April 11, 2016 issue of TIME.
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