Warnings about a blue whale suicide challenge that’s been linked to hundreds of teen suicides are unproven.
A bogus offer for a $50 Lowe’s Home Improvement Mother’s Day coupon offer is actually a survey scam that aims to steal people’s personal information.
Dunkin Donuts is not giving away a free box of donuts (a dozen) to celebrate its anniversary, scammers are using the fake offer to lure victims.
Ordering an angel shot at a bar in Florida signals to staff that you need help — but angel shots aren’t known as universal distress signals at all bars.
Warnings about a “Dance of the Hillary” video containing a virus are unfounded.
Jordan Kaylum posts that Facebook will donate money to a baby with cancer for every like and comment that a post receives.
Anonymous is planning a “Day of Rage” in 2016 that will be filled with nationwide protests.
Has Pandora been hacked?
Photos that claim to show the skeleton of the Loch Ness Monster have gone viral.
The NFL has not banned the National Anthem in 2017.