A photo circulating online shows a gun which appears to be sold by Tiffany & Co. Today we examine if this this gun is real or fake.
A post which has circulated online for years claims you can determine which bread on the shelf is freshest simply by looking at the color of the twist tie on the packaging.
A graphic which has circulated for several years allegedly shows a WD-40 ad from 1964 rife with sexual innuendos.
A popular and long-running rumor states that if you enter your PIN at an ATM in reverse, it will serve as a panic code to summon the police.
A “Welcome to North Carolina” sign includes a warning about concealed weapons by its citizens, but is it real?
A 2013 viral image from Google Maps allegedly captured a bloody murder scene on a dock in the Netherlands. Is it real or fake?
Are wedding rings worn on the left ring finger because it is the only finger which has a vein that connects directly to the heart?
A common – and controversial – quote attributed to Adolf Hitler states: “To conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens.” This quote is often cited amid gun control debates. Did Hitler actually speak these words?