The United States revoked 1,000 visas for Chinese students attending American universities. Coincidentally, 1,000 American students just moved up the curve from D to C- in their Calculus class.
Poison frontman Bret Michaels is selling his Los Angeles home. It’s over 6,000 square feet, with 6 bedrooms, 6 1/2 bedrooms, and a study which didn’t get much use.
A new poll shows the majority of residents in the U.S. four largest cities – New York, Los Angeles, Chicago & Houston – face ‘major financial problems’. Broke, jobless rural Americans are comforted that they can get the ‘big city” experience at home.
Microsoft announced the new Xbox gaming consoles will debut on November 10th. Parents are advised to hide their cash and credit cards starting now.
The City of Los Angeles banned Halloween trick-or-treating, so Hollywood celebrities cancelled their kids’ limos.
Companies developing COVID-19 vaccines say there is a shortage of monkeys available for testing. Donald Trump ordered a ban on monkey imports so those good jobs can go to American workers.
In an attempt to stop open defecation, India has spent over a billion dollars building millions of public restrooms – almost all of which are out of toilet paper.
Maserati demoed its new supercar – the $200,000, 600 horsepower MC20 – at an event without a tree or telephone pole in sight.
The U.S. Air Force is testing robot dogs in warfare simulations. The dogs exit aircraft to scout an area and ensure it’s safe for human soldiers. So far the dogs have performed well, except when the Taliban distracted them with tennis balls.
Tennessee authorities say they’re searching for a tiger that escaped a sanctuary in Knoxville. Residents are told to be on the lookout for a 200-pound cat, wearing a cowboy hat and carrying a guitar.