(The programming of most networks will find themselves pre-empted this morning at around 9:45 AM, as their various anchorwomen - the ones that handle the big news - will find themselves in front of their customary desks. Each of them tends to provide variations on the same theme...)
We have preliminary reports coming in that the country of Cuba has been invaded by forces whose nationality and allegiance remain, at the moment, unknown.
The invasion begin at approximately 8:15 this morning, as preliminary reports coming from Havana, the nation's capital, briefly began to sound alarms before all communications were cut from the entirety of the island, including the naval base located on Guantanamo Bay. Attempts to secure satellite surveillance of the area have been fruitless for all but the first 90 seconds of the attack. This is considered to be an unnatural radio silence. An inside source has also stated to us that there is currently no communication with the naval base as well.
There has been no preliminary comments from any arm of the American Government since the fighting was reported to have began. What we do know is that no source available to us has been able to gather any information as to who has invaded, or how they got there, as no standard form of transportation to our knowledge was used. Additionally, it is not believed that any form of nuclear or biochemical attack has been perpetuated at this time, although given the circumstances this is currently very hard to corroborate.
As many know, Cuba has been a longtime key strategic position due to it's relative proximity to the southern seaboard of the United States...