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  • National school strike takes aim at assault rifles

    WASHINGTON – The millions of American students, teachers and parents who took to the streets this week and forced a national economic shutdown as part of the #neveragain movement said they are optimistic legislation passed by Congress to ban the… Read More ›

  • ‘Little Black Dot’ sends annoying foes to multiverse

    CENTURY CITY – A company that specializes in particle physics announced this week that it has created a device that sends troublesome people on a permanent vacation to another dimension to live out the rest of their unpleasant lives, never… Read More ›

  • Do sci-fi nerds dream of electric Deckards?

    Blade Runnings 2049, a Disney production starring digitally resurrected John Candy and (careerily resurrected) Douglas E. Douglas as coaches for a misfit replicant bobsled team from Jamaica competing in the 2050 Olympic trials, will grace theaters this October. Our old… Read More ›

  • Moderate politics pulverized by ‘Liberators’

    Review: Rise of the Liberators Ryan Hyatt, 262 pages Rise of the Liberators is a kind of prequel to Hyatt’s recent Stay Younger Longer. I say ‘kind of’ because it’s more establishing the world that SYL occurs in more than… Read More ›

  • ‘Sixth Estate’ to target U.S. policy, fake news

    LOS ANGELES — A non-profit organization seeks to circumvent traditional and digital news outlets by providing in-depth, comprehensive reporting on hot-button issues in which opinions are plentiful, but evidence supporting such views is not always readily available. The Sixth Estate… Read More ›

  • Scientists implicated in vast conspiracy to provide cleaner air, water and soil

    SEATTLE – A group of civic-minded billionaires revealed in a report published today that a widespread scheme has been perpetuated by scientists for decades to mislead members of the public into believing that their economic activity is causing irreparable harm… Read More ›

  • ‘I remember you,’ says concert-hopping time traveler

    LOS ANGELES – A 40-year-old single man who had been reported missing for a week emerged from his bedroom closet this morning and announced to concerned family, friends and members of his online community that he has safely returned from… Read More ›

  • ‘Attitude Adjusters’ promise to make owners’ lives better

    LANCASTER – A rare super bloom of wild poppies following record winter rains prompted tens of thousands of motorists to converge on a strip of desert hills an hour north of Los Angeles over the weekend to gaze at fields… Read More ›

  • Good news, scientists say: Trump’s ‘wall’ of solar panels to unite the world against climate change

    TUCSON – Scientists gathered Friday for the groundbreaking of a wall being built on the United States border with Mexico that they said will be made of solar panels and will offset rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere… Read More ›

  • Empathy tech to vet presidential candidates in 2020

    SILICON BEACH – Voters heading to the polls to elect the next President of the United States will have the opportunity to preview the honesty and integrity of candidates, thanks to a breakthrough in empathy technology that allows users to… Read More ›


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