A Russian mining company sold asbestos with President Trump’s face stamped on it as a seal of approval after the EPA allowed new uses of asbestos in the United States in a policy reversal.
Frozen vegetable recalls have been issued in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom after a listeria outbreak killed nine. But the recall does not apply to frozen vegetables sold in America.
False reports that drivers can be ticketed $250 under a Florida cell phone law have gone viral on Facebook.
A Houston woman named Lennie Reisch wrote about her experience coming to the U.S. from Cuba as an unaccompanied minor in a viral Facebook post.
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 Tyler Perry is giving away $750,000 spread on social media in June 2018.
Facebook has not hired George Soros to moderate elections. Facebook announced a partnership with the Atlantic Council, which has received marginal support from a Soros-linked non-profit.
Pilot Flying J has not removed American flags because of complaints from foreigners. The company said a flagpole was being repaired to meet military rules and protocols at a store in Amarillo, and the flag would be returned as soon as possible.
A photo of small black larvae has been misidentified as a tick nest on social media. Actual tick larvae are much smaller and translucent, however.
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.