Jon Stewart covers a number of referendum that were voted on to change stuff.
The Vatican crusades against "The DaVinci Code."
King Tut treasures to tour U.S. museums, while archeologists unearth King Ramses' tomb in Egypt.
All world religions are dealing with the idea of gay clergy -- well, except for the Catholic Church.
Michael Jackson protests racism.
Wither goes Kashmir, so goes Mohair.
"Star Wars: Episode II" is out but should go back in.
Aging musicians rock the news.
American Cardinals conclude that the sexual molestation of children by priests is bad.
Pickles had a heart as big as an ocean.
Afghanistan tries to establish democracy.
Once you've seen the withered testicles of Hugh Hefner, fear is no longer in your vocabulary.
Who hasn't threatened to shoot his coworkers with an anti-tank rocket?
If you plug the X-ray machine into an apple, you're almost smart enough to be an airport screener.
Come January 1st, the Italian lira will be virtually worthless.
Law enforcement agents shut down the Internet piracy ring of "DrinkorDie.com."
High-tech experiments at the University of Iowa show that baboons are capable of abstract thought.
Panda bear in China celebrates birthday with a trophy for Most Humiliated Panda 2001.
A penguin receives a most unusual honor.
Johnny Knoxville quits MTV's "Jackass."