Benjamin Netanyahu says he supports the establishment of a Palestinian state as long as it has no military capabilities…or a Home Depot.
Foreign policy analysts say a video that shows two American journalists crossing into North Korea could make it harder to secure their release…especially since it has that keyboard cat at the end.
Attorneys for a Florida man accused of strangling his wife claim she was killed by a toxic spray tan. Prosecutors plan to counter with expert testimony from George Hamilton.
Arizona police are using undercover officers at fast-food restaurants to catch drunk drivers…and workers who spit in their burgers.
North Korea says the two U.S. journalists convicted of crossing into their country illegally were shooting video for a politically-motivated “smear campaign.” Or, as Michael Moore calls it, “another day at the office.”
Iran’s clerical leaders organized a rally aimed to restore calm to the streets of Tehran. If it works, they’ll pass the plan along to the Lakers as well.
Great Moments in Jest History (From The Jesting Archives): November 21, 2005
The U.N. wants Iran to move its uranium enrichment program to Russia. Iran has countered with an offer to move it to Israel…one megaton at a time.