A warning about girl who was supposedly badly burned while wearing an Under Armour sweatshirt near a camp fire can’t be authenticated. But these types of blended material have proven more flammable in the past.
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.
President Trump imposted a 30 percent tariff on solar panels and products in January 2018, and there was disagreement about what the impact the trade protections would have.
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A fake Costco coupon for $41 off a $50 purchase began circulating on Facebook in October 2017.
A false report of a finger in Wendy’s chili from 2005 continues to circulate today, but the finger was planted in an attempted extortion scheme.
Hobby Lobby was accused of not selling Jewish holiday items and not catering to Jewish customers in 2013, and those reports resurfaced in 2017.
False claims that all Dollar Tree stores are closing came from a website that allows users to create bogus news headlines.
An employee of a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in California muted the National Anthem on the anniversary of 9/11 — but that’s not a company policy.
The Camping World CEO said those who support what was said in the wake of Charlottesville protests shouldn’t shop there, but he later back tracked.