Headlines for: 09-19-2000
`PAJAMAOLOGY': WHAT YOUR SLEEPWEAR SAYS ABOUT YOU
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- A clinical psychologist is pulling the covers off what you wear at night to reveal your personality.
MYSTERIOUS CREATURE CLAWS AUSSIE WOMAN
GRAFTON, Aus. (Wireless Flash) -- A middle-aged Australian housewife has been attacked by a mysterious creature that left a bizarre claw mark on her arm.
THERON NOSE NEW TREND IN GAY PLASTIC SURGERY
Los Angeles (Wireless Flash) -- "Cider House Rules" star Charlize Theron may not realize it, but her cute little nose has become an inspiration for gay men around the world.
WOMEN THINK BUSH IS HUNKIER THAN GORE
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Al Gore may be leading in the polls but not in the hearts of American women. According to a presidential poll by "Cosmopolitan"
`CATS' CAST MEMBER TO CREATE MUSEUM
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Fans of the musical "Cats" may soon have a "purr-fect" reason to cheer: A former cast member is building a museum full of meow memorabilia.
BOY BAND CHIC HITTING HEAVY METAL HEADS
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Boy band style is hitting heavy metal heads -- literally. Among the converts is hair metal guitarist C.C. DeVille
BUZZING BRIEFCASE GIVES THIEVES A JOLT
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Here's something James Bond could use: A briefcase capable of shocking thieves with 100,000 volts of electricity.
WIRELESS FLASH NEWS BRIEFS
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- How's this for overkill: in preparation for his kissing scene with Kate Hudson in "Almost Famous," actor Patrick Fugit ate two boxes of Altoids and
BIG FAT AMERICANS HAVE BIG FAT PROBLEM
ATLANTA (Wireless Flash) -- Obese Americans may know a fifth helping of cheesecake isn't good for them, but they just can't help it.