It has been almost 24 hours since a circus accident left eight acrobats injured and doctors are still unsure if they are in a really long circus act.
British Petroleum spokesman Gerald McSlick announced the results of a two-year study that proves oil spills may actually be good for the environment.
With the Easter holiday over once again, parents are left with the question that remains a mystery in developmental psychology: “Why does my child cry when sitting on the Easter Bunny’s lap for a picture?”
Rick Perry announced the institution of a new curriculum of creationism in state schools that would “teach the controversy.”
The Christian ideals of sexuality and gender identity took a turn for even more ridiculous this past month.
Early this morning, the ghost of Walter Cronkite emerged from a news anchor desk in New York during a live broadcast to address the state of journalism.
With election season on the horizon, the political powers of Florida are gearing up to debate on everyone’s favorite topic: gun laws.
Reports revealed an extensive surveillance effort lead by the Central Intelligence Agency to investigate the activities of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Janet Yellen has admitted to what Federal Reserve detractors and economists have been accusing the central bank of for years: being Milli Vanilli fans.
The plan to replace the size of the military with skill in how it is used has proponents of a large military insecure about the US’s place in the world.