A photo of a giant mushroom – large enough to eclipse a group of people – allegedly shows the largest living thing in the world. It is real or just another internet hoax?
A persistent rumor states that Facebook will begin charging for access to the website. One variant also claims that Twitter will also begin charging for its services. Despite categorical denials by officials whenever the rumor surfaces, rumors of “membership fees” have resurfaced several times over the past few years. Today we look closer at...
A pair of images circulating together supposedly show the island Ebeye in 1971 and 2016. The latter image seems to indicate the island has sunk considerably over the past 40 years. Is it true?
A social media post making the rounds claims that there will be 8 days of darkness in June 2016. It’s not true.
A viral story tonight claims that Tina Turner was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. The story, however, is fake.
A fake news story states that Dasani Water has been recalled due to the discovery of a parasite in thousands of bottles across the U.S.
A video which amassed over a million of views on YouTube – and over 10 million on Facebook – in its first week online shows a “human modular prototype” in which a creature was assembled using fleshy modules.
A graphic circulating on social media suggests that Dr Pepper will be discontinued in mid-2016. It’s not true.