A meme circulating on social media states that a rare green moon will occur in May 2016. Another version claims the moon will turn green on 4/20. Neither are true.
The world is full of reasons to be serious. Poverty. Disease. Famine. War. When people have trouble choosing a good reason to be serious, they settle for one of their own. People argue over religion, over politics, over sports, and over nothing at all. And as this contentiousness has taken place throughout...
A Yahoo! Style article suggests that Trader Joe’s will be closing its doors in January 2017.
Today begins my 8th installment of Fake This Week, a running recap of the most popular bogus stories circulating online.
Today we look back on a classic hoax, the so-called 9/11 Tourist Guy, which is an altered photo of a man standing at the top of the twin towers as a hijacked plane approaches.
Here is a running recap of some of the more prominent fake stories floating around the internet this week.
Persistent rumors claim that a rare black lion exists, bolstered by photos that allegedly prove the elusive creature is real. Are black lions real or fake?
A series of videos have been making the rounds on the major social media outlets for several years which depict elephants painting. Are these videos real or fake?