Fraternal boy band Hanson is launching a world tour, 25 years after the “MMMbop” singers made their debut on the pop scene.
A new Muppet on Sesame Street, named Julia, will be the series’ first character with autism.
‘We were worried that the BBC would never call us again.’
Professor Robert E. Kelly, speaking with the network about his adorable children interrupting a live interview on South Korea
A study published in Scientific Reports that measured participants’ responses to different curvatures of Mona Lisa’s mouth found the famed subject was almost unanimously perceived to be smiling.
Real-life couple Emily Blunt and John Krasinski will take their much gushed-over marriage to the big screen, starring together in the thriller A Quiet Place.
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In response to visitors’ stealing inordinate amounts of toilet paper for home use, operators of Beijing’s UNESCO World Heritage Site Temple of Heaven have installed facial scanners on bath tissue dispensers.
College students on spring break allegedly began a chant of “Build that wall!”–while vacationing in Cancún, Mexico.
Emma Watson plans to take legal action after dozens of private photos of her at a clothes fitting appeared online without her permission.
In a show of abundant gratitude, South African soccer player Mohammed Anas appeared to thank both his wife and his girlfriend in a postgame interview.
Demeter Fragrance Library rolled out a new perfume called Kitten Fur, meant to mimic the smell of that spot “just behind a kitten’s neck.”
This appears in the April 03, 2017 issue of TIME.
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