That's something you don't hear everyday.
What a headline!
Okay, I changed the word prize. But hey... anything so damn ironic has to be bought and paid.
President Barack Obama has said the US must uphold moral standards when waging wars that are necessary and justified, as he accepted his Nobel Peace Prize.
In his speech in Oslo, he defended the US role in Afghanistan, arguing the use of force could bring lasting peace.
He also said his accomplishments were slight compared with other laureates.
Mr Obama was given the prize in October for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and co-operation between peoples".
Thursday's ceremony in the Norwegian capital came days after Mr Obama announced he was sending 30,000 extra US soldiers to the war in Afghanistan.
So, what are today's other headlines?
Iran faces 'significant new sanctions', US warns
Iran faces "significant" new sanctions over its nuclear programme, according to US Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
And he reiterated that all options - including possible military action - should stay on the table.
Mr Gates was speaking to US troops during a visit to northern Iraq.
'US backed' Colombian attack on Ecuador camp
A Colombian attack on a rebel camp in Ecuador in March 2008 was carried out with support from US forces based in Ecuador, a new report alleges.
YEAH!!! JUST KEEP HANDING THOSE BLOODY PEACE PRIZES OUT!!!!
God damn, I swear the world has lost the plot.