Spoof news stories from Friday 2 April 2004
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Democratic Presidential Candidate John Kerry picked up yet another endorsement today, this one from the Local Interns Professional Services Union.
"The NCAA tournament is dragging on and on and on. I'm ready to watch some baseball now. I am so bored," Aggie Homerunner said today from her home in Texas.
U.S. President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney had originally refused to testify before the 9/11 Commission, and Bush refused to let National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice speak publicly. However, after former White House counter-te...
Hollywood, CA FCC Chairman Michael Powell announced today that it was blocking today's release of the Sony Pictures film "Hellboy", pending out...
CLEVELAND - An ailing Britney Spears postponed her concert Thursday night at Gund Arena, her third postponement in as many weeks.
The parlous state of the Royal Household's finances was exposed, yesterday when it was announced that The Queen would be riding a Royal Mount in The Kentucky Derby.
Doctors at a private clinic in the US claim to have cured a stinking Democrat Party voter of his vile disease using brain surgery. 31-year-old Dabney Icepick vows he will now only ever vote Republican.
In an interview with international correspondents, UN President Kofi Anan expressed his content with the Cyprus plan presented to the Greek and Turkish Cypriot delegations.
April 4,2004 White House National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice will now testify before the 9/11 Commission after yet another abrupt turn a...