Dedicated to satirizing topical issues and those individuals making the news. Includes spoof newspapers, news-focused satirical columnists and discussions.
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Offers articles on topics such as business, crime and entertainment. Also has reviews.
View of US current events. Features archives, appearances and books. Daily.
The Daily Cheese
UK focused wit in categories such as politics, health, sport and world.
The Daily Currant
"The global satirical newspaper of record".
The Daily Discord
Presents spoof news and reviews, and dumb text of the week.
The Daily Mash
British satire site offering funny stories on news, politics and sport, an agony aunt column and polls.
The Daily Rash
Articles on US current affairs, celebrities and politics.
A satirical newspaper offering spoof news, political satire, comedy, opinion news.
Weekly satire of news and video. All original material faking coverage of sports, entertainment, business, politics, and lifestyle items.
Includes absurd world news, silly folk art and odd products.
Publishers of incorrect global and political reports.
India focused with articles about politics, society and technology.
Indian silliness in categories such as celebrity, cricket and politics.
Comic strips, drawings and articles. Reflections on politicians and current affairs.
Includes video podcasts and news in your briefs.
Featuring political and editorial cartoons, humor columns, fake news, funny videos, movie reviews and user participation.
The Inept Owl
Ridicules politicians and celebrities, and includes reviews, horoscopes, pictures and videos. Supplies podcasts.
Weekly world and US stories.
A satirical take on current events.
British tongue-in-cheek articles across categories such as environment, health and politics.
A farcical newspaper featuring world, national and community news.
Offers include old world, I-Spy, lookalikes, crossword, strips and a diary. British publication.
Rubbish In, Robish Out
Covering politics, celebrities and current events. Includes a stand-up video page for the author.
UK focused silliness with articles written on anything from pompous politicians to self-serving celebrities.
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