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.
The Department of Homeland Security began putting a plan into action yesterday that would shift government offices away from the use of Internet Explorer.
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?”
The countdown to extinction began this morning due to the fact that Microsoft’s support for the Windows XP operating system will end at some point today.
With the removal of the cap on campaign contributions last week, Congress has begun putting forth methods to entice election buyers.
Pauly Shore rejoices over Supreme Court ruling on campaign donations.
Rick Perry announced the institution of a new curriculum of creationism in state schools that would “teach the controversy.”