A new site, BibleEmoji.com, translates Scripture from the King James Bible into emojis.
Rihanna collaborated on a line of futuristic sunglasses with Dior that are inspired by a character from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
A new Winnie-the-Pooh story celebrates the 90th birthdays of the beloved bear as well as Queen Elizabeth II, with a cameo by a boy who resembles Prince George.
Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune executive producer Harry Friedman set a Guinness World Record for producing more than 11,128 game-show episodes.
Best-selling author Wally Lamb will release his new novel, I’ll Take You There, as an app first, two days before paper and digital editions.
Starbucks is putting coffee on tap with its new Nitro Cold Brew, a beverage the company says infuses nitrogen into slow-steeped java.
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Katy Perry’s Twitter account–the largest in the world, with 89 million followers–was hacked.
An enormous alligator that eyewitnesses estimated at 15 ft. long was filmed roaming a golf course in Palmetto, Fla.
Justin Bieber and Skrillex are being sued by singer-songwriter Casey Dienel for alleged copyright infringement on “Sorry”; the duo have denied the claim.
“If it doesn’t, we’ll be checking your vital signs.” –J.K. Rowling on Twitter, after a fan asked if upcoming play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child would make him cry.
Two San Jose, Calif., teens pranked visitors at an art gallery by leaving a pair of glasses on the floor; people thought it was art.
–Chris Evans, reacting to Marvel’s announcement that Captain America is–and always has been–an undercover agent for former Nazi organization Hydra.
This appears in the June 13, 2016 issue of TIME.
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