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Dead Panda Cub Helps Win Emmy For Best Reality TV Series

In a surprise, last-minute nomination by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS), the footage titled The Panda Express claims the Emmy for best reality TV series on Sunday night after the tragic death of the newly born giant panda cub at the National Zoo.


Secret Service takes West Wing Game of "Assassins" Too Seriously

WASHINGTON, DC -- It started innocently enough, when Department of Veterans Affairs intern and Pforzheimer alumna Martha Phillipe ’10 suggested a department-wide game of “Assassins” to liven up the office’s dull social scene. VA bureaucrats seemed to enjoy the game immensely. Secretary Eric Shinseki took notice when a backlog of pension forms developed, but, rather than stop the game, the retired Four-Star General brought the idea of an Executive Branch-wide “Assassins” match to the next Cabinet meeting. Approved by a vote of 21-2, Vice President Joe Biden was appointed judge.

Joseph Kony Wins 2012 Presidential Election

Recount Determines Ear of Corn Wins Iowa Caucus

DES MOINES, IA - The field of Republican hopefuls has changed again.

First Mitt Romney had won Iowa. Then Rick Santorum pulled ahead in a recount. But now a second recount has determined that William F. Cobb, an ear of corn, is the official winner of the state. The home-grown candidate has been the leader of a grassroots movement starchly opposed to the production of alternative fuels, particularly ethanol.

Al Qaeda "Just Not Excited" About Mitt Romney

After Mitt Romney's slight resurgence in the polls last weekend, radical Islamist terrorist group al Qaeda released a statement condemning the candidate for being "too boring for anyone to give a camel shit."

Bureau of Labor Statistics Releases Mistaken Unemployment Figures Counting Sex Acts as Jobs

WASHINGTON, DC - A recent, highly criticized study by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics claims that the national unemployment rate has been hovering somewhere between 40 to 45 percent since the 2008 financial crisis.

The findings, which vastly contradict all previous BLS estimates, came as a huge surprise to most experts studying macroeconomic conditions.

New Daylight Savings Figures Send Shock Waves Through Stock Market

NEW YORK, NY -- The stock market plunged last week after it was announced that American consumers would go ahead with daylight savings. Market observers had expected the government to announce a halt to the annual Daylight Savings Program (DSP) in order to stimulate the economy amidst fears that the U.S. would slip into another recession. The disappointing news triggered a huge stock sell-off as investors scrambled to get out of the market and arrest their losses.

Occupy the White House Enters 35th Month

WASHINGTON, DC - It will be four years ago this January that, filled with vague, unfocused anger at the status quo, Barack Obama decided to do something about it: he decided to occupy the White House.

"Our democracy was fundamentally broken," Obama said. "No one in power was paying any attention to us before this movement. It had gotten to the point where the only way to have a voice in this country was to Occupy the White House."

And that's why, on January 20, 2009, Barack Obama left his comfortable Chicago mansion to camp out fulltime at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Facebook Complains that New Users Suck

PALO ALTO, CA - In a written statement released today, Facebook called the new users that joined the social networking site this past month "confusing" and "hard to get used to," expressing a desire to restore Facebook to its prior state.

"I don't understand why we need these people," Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg said. "We had a really good thing going with our old users, and these new people just don't make any sense." 

Durham Bulls Downgraded to AA+

DURHAM, NC - In a historic move, the Durham Bulls, a minor league affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, has been downgraded from its status as a "AAA" baseball team, and has been reclassified "AA+" by the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues.  This is the first time in the Bulls' history that the team has been classified anything other than AAA.