By Nolan Feeney
April 14, 2016

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After more than a century, the National Weather Service promised to cease using all capital letters in its announcements:

“[We] will stop yelling at you.”

Three men stranded on a remote Pacific island were rescued after writing the word HELP in palm fronds on the sand, which was spotted by a military plane.

Tokyo is getting its very own hedgehog café, where customers can pay to cuddle with the prickly creatures.

As part of an installation in Puglia, Italy, artist Edoardo Tresoldi built a new version of an ancient church using nothing but wire mesh.

After a recent meal in New York City’s Meatpacking District, Jim Carrey reportedly left a $225 tip on a $151 bill.

Melissa McCarthy revealed that she will be involved in Netflix’s upcoming Gilmore Girls reboot, despite earlier reports to the contrary.

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Eric and Ivanka Trump won’t be able to vote for their dad in New York’s April 19 primary because they missed the deadline to register as Republicans.

Tesla had to recall 2,700 of its Model X vehicles because of a safety issue with its third-row seat back.

Starbucks faced backlash over a change to its loyalty program that could make it harder to earn free drinks.

A prank caller tricked Burger King employees in Coon Rapids, Minn., into smashing the eatery’s windows by telling them there was a gas leak.

The color scheme of Australia’s new $5 bill has been likened to “vomit” on social media.

Several prints from Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans collection were stolen from an art museum in Springfield, Mo.

Write to Nolan Feeney at nolan.feeney@time.com.

This appears in the April 25, 2016 issue of TIME.

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