In November 2015, a photo snapped from the International Space Station raised eyebrows of some UFO enthusiasts who suggested the image captured an unidentified flying craft.
A “helpful hint” which has circulated online for years states that applying vinegar to your windshield is an effective way to remove ice quickly, or as a way to prevent ice from forming when left overnight. Is this suggestion a feasible alternative to more expensive de-icing solutions?
A popular video claims that Dubai lacks a sewer system for the areas including its massive skyscrapers, requiring sewage to be trucked out. Is this real or fake?
A mysterious YouTube video shows an expressionless man staring at the camera, who concludes the video with a menacing smile. A story circulating online tells of people who have gone mad watching the video. Take we’ll take a closer look.
A report circulating online claims that President Obama has proclaimed December 2015 to be “National Muslim Appreciation Month.”
A long-running urban legend holds that terrorists have acquired a large number of UPS uniforms to be used in attacks against citizens.
A photo shows President Obama talking on a phone, apparently not realizing that he is holding it upside down. Is the photo real or fake?
A news item circulating on social media asserts that over two hundred people died after consuming Patti’s Sweet Potato Pie. The story, however, is completely fake.