“Canada signs nonaggression pact with the United States.” “Secondhand smoke causes secondhand coolness.” “New Starbucks opens in restroom of existing Starbucks.”
There is only one publication that could produce eye catching headlines like these, and win awards for it. The Onion could be deemed the last bastion of reliable, unbiased, and definitive news reporting in a world dominated by superficial, mediocre, non-onion-related media outlets. For the past 21 years The Onion’s media empire has expanded from a humble local weekly to a national print readership, to more recent a booming website that attracts seven million people a month. Now they have released "Our Front Pages," the highly anticipated compilation of their best hilarious headlines.
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