Spoof news stories from Wednesday 25 February 2004
Chairman of the Committee for Internal Affairs David Blunkett has outlined the options for terrorism in the UK.
Sacramento, CA --Arnold Schwarzenegger, the newly-appointed governor of California, wants to take on the White House. In order to do so, the Constitution will need to be amended, allowing foreign-born citizens to run for the presidency.
Hollywood, Ca --Tabloid journalists all over the globe are still lamenting the breakup of Bennifer. It seems that J. Lo has become quiet, even shunning the press, or so it would seem, since the disastrous relationship finally ended.
In a startling about face from his recent comments supporting a Constitutional Amendment to ban gay marriage, U.S. President George W. Bush announced that gay weddings were now "AOK" with him. Bush made the decision after meeting with lob...
The aftershocks of Janet Jackson's and Justin Timberlake's strip tease at the Super Bowl are still being felt several weeks later. The latest event to fall victim to the tasteless in-your-face incident is an ABC biopic about Lena Horne.
"We knew it was bad when the kids told us they knew their 'ABG's'," senior analyst Paul Wellmark of the Institute For Minor Education said, Tuesday.
CIA Director George Tenet has said before a Senate hearing that the United States is as "fraught with dangers for American interests" as it was before the take over of Iraq, directly contradicting George Bush's claim that the world is a safer place w...
With Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ" just opening, Gibson announced this morning that he has already begun work on the sequel.