Locks of Love Charges Some Recipients for Wigs-Truth! & Fiction! Summary of eRumor: Locks of Love charges recipients for wigs even though they’re made with donated hair. The Truth: It’s true that families of some Locks of Love recipients are asked to contribute a portion of manufacturing costs, depending on their financial situation. However, a viral social …
A chain email claims that a federal effort to deport illegal aliens in the 1950s called “Operation Wetback” led to the removal of 13 million illegal aliens.
Bill Gates is giving away $5,000 on Facebook to anyone who shares a photo of him.
In a speech on Islamic radicalism, Retired Navy Admiral James “Ace” Lyons said that President Obama has an “anti-American” and “pro-Islamic” strategy to deal with extremists.
Photos of a rock formation called the Fly Geyser in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert show one of the world’s most amazing places.
The Moon Will Duplicate 37 Times on September 5-Fiction! Summary of eRumor: Rumors that the moon with duplicate 37 times on September 5, 2015, have made the rounds online. The Truth: Don’t expect to see the moon duplicate 37 times on September 5 because this rumor is a hoax. It’s not clear exactly where the …
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said that teachers should paid minimum wage and bonuses based on performance.
Rumors have persisted for years that Mister Ed was actually a zebra, not a horse.
U.S. District Court Judge Carlton Reeves ordered a Mississippi high school marching band to remove the hymn “How Great Thou Art” from its halftime performance.
Blog sites are reporting that reforms made to Maine’s welfare program have led to a massive reduction in the number of people who collect welfare in the state.