Contrary to reports, President Trump has not signed an executive order banning Saturday Night Live because the show is un-American.
A satirical article about a woman being arrested for training squirrels to attacking her ex-boyfriend has been mistaken for a factual report.
A satirical site reported that President Trump’s sons were held at a Canadian airport for their ties to a fascist dictator.
A fake news website started false rumors that Army Sniper Jeremy Elmore saved a family of six by shooting would-be intruders from his bedroom window.
Vice President Mike Pence didn’t say he was disappointed in husbands and fathers for letting the WOmen’s March happen; that rumor was based on satire.
Meryl Streep has not been fired from a major for lying about Donald Trump at the Golden Globes, the rumor started with a fake news website.
False reports that the crew of Air Force One refused to fly President Obama 6,000 miles to play golf went viral in December 2016.
A quote in which Ben Carson talks about abortion causing baby ghosts doesn’t appear to be real.
Mattel is not releasing a “Public Assistance Barbie” in time for the holidays, contrary to reports.