TALAHASEE, FL (TheSkunk.org) — An infant was discovered Saturday curled up inside a woman’s body. According to police, Alessandria Kittington had been transporting the child – who measured only 13 inches long and weighed but 7 pounds, six ounces – inside her abdominal cavity for months. Law enforcement was tipped off by a good Samaritan […]
North Korea successfully launched another multi-million dollar piece of electronic crap to the floor of the Atlantic Ocean Friday.
Federal agents announced Monday the arrest of Guillermo “The Beekeeper” Patterson, leader of the notorious “Bees for Honey” ring, whose capture had eluded authorities for over seven years.
Google photographers will be sent into every residential house and apartment across the country, photographing each bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, nook, and cranny.
TRENTON, NJ — Governor Chris Christie responded today to criticism of his obesity by announcing plans to continue expanding his waistline until he is “bigger and heavier than that fat fuck William Taft.”
ARLINGTON, VA (TheSkunk.org) — After reviewing the results of a nationwide study, the American Psychiatric Association has removed “patience” from its list of virtues in the latest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
PORT D’ANDRATX, Mallorca (TheSkunk.org) — A group of Somali pirates retreated from their armed assault on the cruise ship “Disney Magic” Friday after being mocked and manhandled by its passengers.
JILIN PROVINCE, China (TheSkunk.org) — The Chinese government is hiring thousands of American workers to lay track for the country’s state-of-the-art, high-speed rail system.
The late Robert Kardashian, an attorney who was a member of O.J. Simpson’s murder defense team and the biological father to Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, has inked a deal to star in a new reality series for Bravo, entitled “Resurrecting Kardashian.”
WASHINGTON (TheSkunk.org) — A new study conducted by the U.S. Department of Commerce shows a connection between an increase in contract killings — so-called “murders for hire” — and the latest upward tick in the economy.