False rumors that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals legalized Sharia Law came from websites that describe their content as “fiction.”
Reports that David Cassidy dies at 67 in November 2017 weren’t true, but Cassidy was in critical condition with organ failure at th time.
A website that publishes “satirical fiction” is behind fabricated reports that police in Philadelphia took a knee, leaving Redskins players stranded in a locker room overnight.
Kimberley Suchomel survived the Las Vegas mass shooting and died a week later, but she wasn’t a witness who identified a second shooter.
A fake news website is behind false reports that a creepy clown was arrested for murdering 18 people at a haunted house.
A website that publishes satirical fiction is behind false reports that the Saints were stranded on a runway after flight crew took a knee.
False reports that Susan Rice’s housekeeper was found dead after an FBI interview came from a well-known fake news website.
False claims that all Dollar Tree stores are closing came from a website that allows users to create bogus news headlines.
A self-described fake news website is behind false reports that Florida Governor Rick Scott is in critical condition after suffering a head injury during Hurricane Irma recovery efforts.
A photo that supposedly shows where Hurricane Harvey flooding revealed ammo hidden by the Obama administration was actually taken in Russia in 2010.