Storm currently pumps out spam with headers that pretend to be surprising news stories, with the intent that you'll click on the URI in the message and get hit by a drive-by malware download - and it really pumps them out. Most of the spam I see in the spamtrap these days is a mix of 419 and pharmacy scammery and Storm-bait messages.
And then I realised that there was an upside to this latest batch of Storm headlines: "What if they held a war and everyone thought it was spam?"
*Which means IMF is giving us a false positive rate of below 0.3%. Not bad for a mailserver's built-in anti-spam tools)