Spoof news stories from Thursday 5 February 2004
Jeremy Stone of San Francisco, CA, filed against Waste Management last week for excessive noise pollution.
The world's most famous mute beagle, Snoopy, today revealed his tiny-genitalia in an a surprise unveiling during a "Saturday Night Live!" special. Producers of the show, broadcast live, have since apologised for the upset.
The ‘luvvie' world was set alight last night when it was revealed that Johnny Rotten had quit the Australian set of ‘I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of here ----' because he was to star in the new James Bond film.
Washington, DC--After receiving criticism from many Americans about his new illegal Mexican immigrant work plan, President George W. Bush has unveiled a newer and more astonishing plan, adoringly known as the "Wetback to Work" plan.
President George W. Bush has devised a way to prove to the world that Saddam Hussein could have hidden Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq that still have haven't been found. In a speech this morning at the National Prayer Breakfast the President ann...
California's Ninth Circuit Court is once again causing controversy, this time for ruling that opposite sex marriages cannot be recognized in the states which are under the court's jurisdiction.
A Manhattan man filed a case with the New York District Court regarding alleged fraud, conspiracy and breach-of-contract charges today.