A baseless warning that clicking on a video called “popcorn carnival” or “carnival of the popcorn” on WhatsApp will destroy users phones has gone viral.
Reports that Steven Furtick is leaving Elevation Church on a 6-year, $110 million contract came from a site that publishes Christian satire.
A fake news website is behind false claims that Kirk Cameron has a rare form of leprosy that turns people into walking piles of dead skin and rotting flesh.
A self-described fake news website is behind false reports that President Trump removed Muslim Judge Mahal al Alalallaha-Smith after he allowed sharia law.
A commentary titled “Electric Cars-Makes You Think” makes false claims about the real costs of operating electric cars compared to gasoline-powered cars.
There’s not enough info to determine if a phantom item showing up on Walmart receipts as jajket 000000000001K bills customers for $10 for nothing.
Pope Francis’s comments about the importance of the church in 2014 were misrepresented as “a personal relationship with Jesus is harmful and dangerous.”
Claims that there is lead in Walmart jelly shoes and jelly sandals that emerged in July 2017 were based on unverifiable personal accounts.