Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
WASHINGTON (CAP) - Designs for a Lark motorized scooter customized according to the height and weight of Republican presidential candidate John McCain were approved a month ago, sources within the Secret Service told CAP News officials yesterday.
Production on the bullet-proof Ground Lark One began last week in anticipation of the GOP candidate's possible inauguration in January.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
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Tuesday, September 23, 2008
WASHINGTON (CAP) - The upheaval of the U.S. financial markets continued today as the Fed announced that the Federal Reserve Board will purchase ailing properties Baltic Ave, Marvin Gardens and Boardwalk for an unprecedented $3,650. This gives the federal government a controlling stake in strategic positions around the board.
"We are working closely with the other players to enhance the stability and orderliness of these key properties and minimize the disruption to the Monopoly economy," said Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. "With the government's help, everyone will pass Go and will collect $200."
Monday, September 22, 2008
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Thursday, September 18, 2008
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
KABUL (CAP) - The upcoming season of attacks and threats by the world's largest terrorist organization promises to pack more wallop and suspense than previous years, according to officials for al Qaeda's scheduling division. The new season kicks off with a busy marketplace bombing next Thursday evening.
"I've seen the schedule, and that premiere is nothing compared to what they have planned for later in the season," said CAP News Entertainment Editor Greta Von Cistern. "But when you're up against the likes of Grey's Anatomy and CSI, you have little choice but to come out with both guns blazing."
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
WASHINGTON (CAP) - The Democratic Party has gotten an early jump on determining who to blame for losing the upcoming presidential election, according to several top Democratic analysts.
"Typically the Democrats don't start assigning blame until several weeks before they lose the election - a month, tops," said Bob Monks, a senior analyst at New School Communications. "The fact that they're starting this early is reflective of the party's new sense of determination, albeit a losing sense."