With Seth Rogen’s politically charged comedy, The Interview, creating more buzz than an army of George Bush Jr. clones, vacation travel by to North Korea has dropped by almost 90%.
With the unveiling of Dragon V2 by SpaceX, the combined efforts of multiple transit authorities in the United States such as the MTA, CTA, METRO, and MBTA have unveiled a prototype of their own: the space tollbooth.
Oscar Pistorius will undergo a month-long psychiatric evaluation to prove he is crazy for killing his extremely hot girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Missing plane from Malaysia sounds like a James Bond movie plot.
In a landslide victory for the current Dear Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un was elected to the Supreme People’s Assembly, the highest legislative body of North Korea besides Kim Jong-un himself.
Putin claims Russian military exercises are “no big deal,” cites international tank show in Iran.
In an effort to curtail the global view of Russia as an ignorant, gay-bashing, fascist nation, President Vladimir Putin finally put his amnesty program into action when two members of Pussy Riot, the protest group that plays punk music when it has a chance, were allegedly detained by the Sochi police on Tuesday and later released.
It took over 50 years, but Russia was able to overtake the US in the international mockery race with news that Washington D.C. would be closed due to snow.
Thousands of citizens in Venezuela gather in protest for what is believed to be an anti-vuvuzela campaign.
The Super Bowl was once again a talking point for ridiculously serious political debate, even after the interview of President Obama by Bill O’Reilly, when Coca-Cola revealed it crown jewel of commercials: the singing of “America the Beautiful” in multiple languages.