Thieves Cloning Car Remote Codes, Breaking Into Cars-Truth! Summary of eRumor: Thieves are using wireless devices to clone auto door lock codes transmitted by wireless key fobs, allowing them to…
A man given 18 months to live said that he used cannabis oil to treat cancer, but he died of cancer a year later and there’s no proof that cannabis can treat cancer.
Retired Navy Commander John Wells Declines Saints Award Over National Anthem Protests-Truth! Summary of eRumor: Retired Navy Commander John Wells declined an award from the New Orleans Saints for his…
False rumors that federal agents raided a mosque in Michigan came from a website that describes its content as “conservative satire.”
Essential oils can be harmful to cats — but most cases of toxicity involve oils being applied directly to cats’ fur, and not defused through the air.
False reports that the FBI arrested 22 Clinton Foundation employees one day after reopening an investigation are based on reports from fake news websites based in Panama.
Aquafina Bottled Water Doesn’t Freeze in Cold Temperatures-Truth! Summary of eRumor: Aquafina bottled water doesn’t freeze in cold temperatures, leading some to question what’s in it. The Truth: Aquafina bottled…
False rumors about a Texas church melting gold to make a statute of President Donald Trump started with a website that publishes works of “Christian news satire.”
False rumors about the Clinton house fire destroying hard drives, servers and other incriminating evidence came from a known peddler of fabricated news.
Rumors about a cross that did not burn in Southern California wildfires in 2017 is true — and similar accounts were documented in 2009 and 2014.