Funny story: Parties hire comedians to spice up speeches

Parties hire comedians to spice up speeches

In an obvious election year move, the Democratic and Republican parties have hired veteran comedians to add some much needed flair to political speeches and congressional debates.
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Funny story: Congress to vote on Chihuahua Bill

Congress to vote on Chihuahua Bill

A fearsome fissure is developing in the GOP over a bill that would send millions of Chihuahuas back to Mexico, pitting Republican against Republican, with President Bush backing a measure that would allow some Chihuahuas to stay in the US on a tempor...
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Funny story: Chris Quentin crane plan misfires

Chris Quentin crane plan misfires

Plans to hoist the former Coronation Street star Chris Quentin into the skylight of a brand new luxury set of apartments on the world's largest crane have had to be cancelled due to escalating costs.
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Funny story: Prime Time News: Katie Couric to Bare More Than Soul in Playboy Photospread

Prime Time News: Katie Couric to Bare More Than Soul in Playboy Photospread

NEW YORK (CBSNEWS)-Heads will soon be a-turnin' in the direction of soon-to-be CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric. But eyes will focus not so much on the television screen as across the glossy ‘naughty newsless' pages of...
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Funny story: Camilla's anniversary joy as Philip is sent to old folks' home

Camilla's anniversary joy as Philip is sent to old folks' home

Clarence House, London; Wednesday 5 April 2006 -(Associated Mess): Charles' and Camilla's official website - Pretenders 'R' Us Dot Con - has today posted preview details of the couple's forthcoming first wedding anniversary cele...
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Funny story: US Dollar Falls as Bankers Buy Beanie Babies, Smurfs and Teletubbies

US Dollar Falls as Bankers Buy Beanie Babies, Smurfs and Teletubbies

NEW YORK (AP) -- The US dollar fell sharply against other foreign currencies on Wednesday as central bankers throughout the world sold off their dollar reserves and bought beanie babies, smurfs, and teletubbies instead.
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