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April 18, 2023

ChatGPT passed an undergraduate quantum physics exam and immediately emailed the dean to ask for a better grade. Read More

April 11, 2023

Scientists announced that human memory of shapes is unreliable after one and a half seconds. Read More

April 4, 2023

Amsterdam launched a new campaign aimed at urging young British men looking for a “messy night” to “stay away” from the capital in an attempt to cut down on nuisance tourism. Read More

March 28, 2023

In Israel, an opposition lawmaker compared members of the governing coalition to Minions from the Despicable Me films. Read More

March 21, 2023

The volume of uncollected trash in Paris reached 10,000 tons. Read More

March 14, 2023

An analysis of paintings conducted by Indian urologists was reported to have shown that the average depicted penis size has increased over the past seven centuries. Read More

March 7, 2023

The Danish government proposed abolishing the “Great Prayer Day” in an attempt to boost funds for defense spending. Read More

February 28, 2023

The superintendent of a Pennsylvania middle school suspended classes and shut down the After School Satan Club after receiving a threatening voicemail. Read More

February 22, 2023

Vanderbilt University apologized for sending an email in response to a mass shooting at Michigan State University that was written using ChatGPT. Read More

February 14, 2023

Missouri’s state house voted against prohibiting children from open-carrying firearms unless under adult supervision.  Read More

February 7, 2023

The Italian Supreme Court ruled that children don’t have to see their grandparents if they don’t want to. Read More

January 31, 2023

A Pennsylvania man was charged for threatening to eat a sheriff. Read More

January 24, 2023

A school cafeteria worker in Louisiana was arrested for selling baked goods laced with marijuana. Read More

January 18, 2023

A Tennessee representative claimed there are UFOs in the Bible. Read More

January 10, 2023

A study found that people who perceive themselves as attractive are less likely to wear a mask. Read More

January 4, 2023

Local authorities in Scarborough, England, canceled their planned end-of-year fireworks display so as not to distress a walrus that had taken up residence in town. Read More

December 28, 2022

The DEA announced that it had seized enough fentanyl to kill every American. Read More

December 20, 2022

Argentina beat France to win the World Cup, marking the third win by the South American team and the first time in history that no British fans were arrested during the tournament. Read More

December 13, 2022

An Energy Department official was accused of stealing luggage from an airport for the second time. Read More

December 6, 2022

Russians were banned from a re-creation of the Battle of Austerlitz. Read More

November 29, 2022

It was reported that a woman is suing Kraft Heinz for $5 million because her Velveeta Shells and Cheese took longer than three and a half minutes to make. Read More

November 22, 2022

The vice president of Brazil explained that Jair Bolsonaro has been absent from the public eye because a skin infection prevented him from wearing pants. Read More

November 15, 2022

Pennsylvania’s longest-serving state representative, Anthony DeLuca, was posthumously reelected. Read More

November 8, 2022

It was revealed that scientists increasingly don’t understand how artificial intelligence works. Read More

November 2, 2022

Iranian state media announced that “the world’s dirtiest man” had died at age 94, several months after taking his first bath in decades. Read More

October 25, 2022

Guido Crosetto, who was hospitalized during a 2013 election campaign after smoking 150 cigarettes in a single day, became Italy’s defense minister. Read More

October 18, 2022

A German man was detained after biting a police dog. Read More

October 11, 2022

A British court ruled that giant marshmallows are an ingredient rather than a snack and are thus not subject to value-added tax. Read More

October 4, 2022

A Swiss court ordered Lidl to immediately destroy its stock of foil-wrapped chocolate rabbits. Read More

September 27, 2022

The British pound reached an all-time low valuation against the U.S. dollar following the burial of Queen Elizabeth II, who was laid to rest at an estimated cost of $2.6 billion to the country’s economy. Read More

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