Spoof news stories from Wednesday 18 January 2006
It seems it could be a gloomy Christmas for many children at the close of the year, following a suggestion by the European Union that Saint Nicks' annual present giveaway may come under legal scrutiny.
Education Minister Ruth Kelly is under pressure again after it was revealed that a convicted axe murderer, Reginald Pox was cleared to teach in a secondary school in spite of being on the Axe Murderer's Register.
BAGHDAD - "Judge Rizg Amin is out, Judge Judy is IN and "boy is Saddam Hussein IN for a rough ride" reporters said after Judge Judy "Sheindlin" boarded a flight for Baghdad yesterday . "I'm in a mood right now"...
Grand Rapids, MI- Scientists, Anthropologist and Historians have all converged on the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan, to conduct research on the legendary ‘Dickens' family.
The American society of editors today announced its program to help music and movie stars.
A recent governmental study shows that most American's are bewildered and dumbfounded by the number of useless, senseless, and brainless studies that are done each year by both the government and private sectors.
A recent survey conducted by the market research firm, NPD Group claims America's attitudes toward overweight people are shifting from rejection toward acceptance, citing that over a 20-year period, the percentage of Americans who said they find...
SACREMENTO -- Sallie Ploss isn't an FBI agent, or a linguistics expert, but her preternatural gift helped foil a terrorist plot last month to blow up California's State Petunia Garden near the state's capitol building. According to loca...
NEW MEXICO (AP)--Renowned scientist James Lovelock and a small group of adventurers have left the planet Earth after Lovelock warned that the world has passed the point of no return for climate change and civilization is unlikely to survive.
Governor of California Arnold Scwharzenegger has decided to have sex-reassignment surgery, and intends to serve out his term as 'Miss Dolores Satinette'.