Unfortunately, the Sydney performance of the Super Blue Blood moon has been cancelled due to bad weather. But no matter, we’re here to help you lie about it. You saw it. Of course, you did.
Fake News is often an arrow through the neck with a gas bill attached to it. This week, the state of California entered a state of confusion, and while Iceland wants your girth, India certainly doesn’t need it.
Oh, Sean. You spectacular dolt. Taking us through last night’s Married at First Sight carnage are two wordy cynics. Warning: May contain sass.
This week’s Fake News Editorial examines the mysterious face-time between Sarah Hanson-Young and Donald Trump in Davos.
While the flat-earth theory is new in intensity, it is old in application. In fact, there are many people to blame. Consider this the definitive list.
According to the data, it seems that pop-music is once again obsessed with death. The reason behind this morbid push, however, is rather interesting.
A recent study from America has discovered a rather vexing fact. It seems that the vast majority of social media users only read the headline before making up their minds.
Returning to what he knows, Guillermo del Toro toes the pool of romantic kink in ‘The Shape of Water’ a rippling reminder how the tide of love crosses the expanse of species.
While sticks and stones may break bones, the insult remains the only way to ruin someone utterly. But, what separates the good from the bad?
You call this a national holiday? Recently, we considered changing the date to May 8. Frankly, if we’re not going to take it seriously, we can do better. Vote now!
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Next Gen program publishes our students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Bailey Mason (15), challenges us to build on the animal rights victories we won in 2017.
Last week, everyone in Hawaii thought they were going to die. Their governor knew they weren’t, but he was unable to log in to Twitter to confirm it. Goose.
Our Fake News correspondent in Canberra, Frank Rarely, dwells on why January is such an agreeable month for politics and whether it might be possible to enjoy the same experience all year round.
There’s a distinctive Cronenbergian flavour to our Fake News search this week. So, enjoy the body horror of five-foot tapeworms, hollow athletics and spreading disease.
Despite the fact that marriage equality is now legal, one leftie faced social backlash after he removed the rainbow emoji from his social media usernames.
Churchill has been fictionalised to death, with 35 Winstons gracing our screen. However, what Gary Oldman has achieved is truly unique.
In an age where we overanalyse art (and those who created it) to death, poetry is a singular force. It is what it is and forever has value because of it.
Yes, democracy has been not feeling well for a while. Sadly, it has taken a turn for the worse.
New year, same old fake headlines. In the first edition of 2018, we travel to IKEA to urinate on a catalogue, to Yale University to wave allegations, and to Silicon Valley to drink undrinkable water.
It’s clear that the profession of politics is a dying industry, but I’m wondering if we can replace them with anything better?
With the promise of a new year, we all presume things will be better. In 2018, the US needs a break. Fingers crossed none of the following happens.