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A video purportedly shows a surfer being towed by a great white shark, but it was actually created as part of a 2008 advertising campaign. [Read More]
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The law varies depending on the type of shutdown. [Read More]
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A widespread meme attributes some colorful criticisms of pro-gun-control lawmakers to the legendary retired Marine Corps general. [Read More]
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Millions of people have viewed a video supposedly showing the critters (or unmixed caramel coloring) in the product. [Read More]
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The wife of Vice President Mike Pence resumed her work as an art teacher at the Immanuel Christian School in Northern Virginia in January 2019. [Read More]
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Once fake news, always fake news. [Read More]
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With tax season looming and the federal government in a partial shutdown, an old story gained new popularity. [Read More]
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A dubious website said the first two Muslim women elected to Congress wasted no time in trying to rearrange the national holiday schedule. [Read More]
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A leaked email used in 2009 to push the "Pizzagate" conspiracy theory was repurposed in 2019 to spread rumors about bulk hot-dog purchases. [Read More]
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When some leading Democrats voted for the Secure Fence Act, were they agreeing to 10 times more funding than President Donald Trump requested for his... [Read More]
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Recalls were issued after the FDA received complaints that dogs consuming the potentially tainted brands experienced vitamin D toxicity. [Read More]
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An impostor newspaper designed to resemble the Washington Post was distributed around downtown Washington, D.C. [Read More]
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Some social media users were surprised to learn the lengths to which Texas officials have gone to address crime along the mighty river. [Read More]
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Some inspectors have returned to resume their duties, but it's unclear for how long. [Read More]
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A graphic posted on Twitter used Trevor Lawrence's image to lash out at critics of his team's meeting with President Donald Trump. [Read More]
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Social media memes compared a defensive wall built along the northern border of New Amsterdam during the 17th century to President Donald Trump's border wall. [Read More]
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No, a Republican lawmaker didn't propose saliva-based "hunger tests" prior to issuing food stamps. [Read More]
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While the Supreme Court Justice's death has prompted discussions and conspiracy theories, this story came from a site that specializes in fake news. [Read More]
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Pat Robertson didn't say David Bowie was kidnapped by demons, or that he didn't really die. [Read More]
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The outing was reportedly planned in order to highlight the territory's recovery efforts following Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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