Headlines for: 04-13-2000

BOBBY BROWN USING VOODOO ON WHITNEY HOUSTON? SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) -- A paranormal expert in San Diego thinks he knows why Whitney Houston has been acting so weird lately: her husband has cast a voodoo spell over her.

MEET THE TRAVEL AGENT FOR TRANSVESTITES LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- A Los Angeles travel agent has found a unique niche: She helps transvestites plan their trips. Lorene Johnson is the first travel agent to cater to the special

LORD INSPIRES NURSE TO CREATE FEMININE HYGIENE KIT WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) -- Here's proof the Lord works in mysterious ways: A nurse in Washington, D.C., claims God inspired her to create an all-in-one feminine hygiene kit.

WIRELESS FLASH NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) -- A lot of Americans would like to see George W. Bush take a slow boat to Cuba. According to a new Wireless Flash/E-Poll.com survey, 38 percent of Americans would rather send Bush

'70s COLORS REAR THEIR UGLY HEADS AGAIN HIGH POINT, N.C. (Wireless Flash) -- Don't look now, but those hideous colors of the 1970s are about to make a comeback. According to the American Furniture Manufacturers Association,

SOY MAY NOT BE `SOY' GOOD AFTER ALL AUCKLAND, N.Z. (Wireless Flash) -- Bad news for tofu eaters: soy may not be "soy" good for you after all. That's the word from environmental chemist Mike Fitzpatrick, who

AVERAGE AMERICAN WORKS 2.7 HOURS A DAY JUST TO PAY TAXES (EMBARGOED UNTIL APRIL 15, 2000) WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) -- If your job seems especially taxing, there's a good reason: The average American needs to work

TAXES ARE GOING TO THE DOGS GREENWICH, Conn. (Wireless Flash) -- Taxes are going to the dogs -- and that's not necessarily a bad thing. On Monday, the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association

DEAD BUGS FLY AT ANNUAL `CRICKET SPIT' CONTEST WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Wireless Flash) -- What can you do with a dead cricket? How about seeing how far you can spit it. That's what's going on in Indiana this weekend at Purdue