Spoof news stories from Thursday 19 October 2006
Even Britain's hardest criminals were shocked when details of the callous and cold bloodied crime carried out by a seemingly frail old widow, were released to the press.
Freestone City, Constitution State, Connecticut---Joe Lieberman and Ned Lamont continue to duke it out in Connecticut, a political battleground state, if ever there was one.
Atlanta -- The first ever Asperger Syndrome Convention began with the same promise as any other convention. There were booths with vendors catering to attendees, a full agenda with plenary sessions and breakouts on various topics.
Paparazzi swarmed around Paul McCartney and Heather Mills as the recently estranged couple announced they would be getting back together. "We are just so happy now," proclaimed McCartney as the couple kissed and fondled each other at a hast...
Cherie Blair, the British Prime Minister's wife, shocked an audience of VIPS last night when she performed the erotic dance of the seven veils at a reception held to welcome the American President to Britain. The event, which was held at Buckingh...
WASHINGTON (AP) Within hours of signing the Military Commissions Act into law, President Bush declared MSNBC TV Countdown host Keith Olbermann to be the first unlawful enemy combatant under the new provisions.
Following an upsurge in the adoption of African orphans, the chancellor, Gordon Brown, is to introduce a new tax governing the importation of these children into the country.