There are legitimate questions about how the American Red Cross uses donations, but claims that it keeps 92 cents of every donation are false.
A website that publishes “Christian news satire” is behind false reports that British Prime Minister Theresa may reminded U.K. citizens that the state actually owns their children.
“FBI Corruption …. Decades in a Nutshell’ Commentary on Clinton Foundation-Misleading! Summary of eRumor: A commentary titled “FBI Corruption … Decades in a Nutshell” draws links between the Clinton Foundation, Robert Mueller, James Comes and the ongoing investigation of the Trump campaign. The Truth: The “FBI Corruption … Decades in a Nutshell” is at least …
False claims that “hail satan” appears on In-N-Out Burger cups are based on a digitally edited photo that has been circulating for years.
Disputed claims that a California bill would ban the Bible are based on vague language in a bill that would expand the state’s prohibition on gay conversion therapy.
It’s true that 233 members of Congress supported a bill that would have stripped Social Security’s $2.9 trillion surplus, but the measure failed.
A Facebook group that posts fabricated reports is behind false reports that Obamacare Article 54 takes effect on May 1, 2018, diverting 30 percent of Social Security benefits to “the undocumented.”
Warnings that tilapia is unsafe to eat have been circulating for years, but they’re either completely false or mostly false.