Obama Pardons Edward Snowden in Exchange for Help Fixing Healthcare.gov

WASHINGTON – President Obama held a press conference on Tuesday announcing his official pardon of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. The decision came as a surprise to many, who supported President’s previous plan to punish Snowden… Read More

“12 Years a Slave” Becomes First Film About African-American Slavery To Feature No African-Americans

Critics and audiences around the world have spoken, and the film “12 Years a Slave” has been hailed an instant classic.

Scientists Say 2013 Flu Season To Kill “Pretty Much Everyone”

The Center for Disease Control​and Prevention has released a statement regarding the 2013 flu season, already noted for being excessively widespread.

George H.W. Bush Accepts Republican Nomination

WASHINGTON — At a press conference held today at noon, former President of the United States George H.W. Bush announced he has accepted his party’s nomination for President of the United States. The 88-year-old Republican said he couldn’t… Read More

Congress Calls For Separation Of Science And State

In a passionate speech to Congress, Republican majority leader Eric Cantor announced that an effort has been mobilized to add the “separation of Science and State” to the first amendment.