For years we’ve seen emails and graphics suggesting that consumers don’t buy gas on a certain date. We are seeing it again this year, as some are urging people to avoid buying gas on April 15 in order to force oil companies to lower prices. Today we’ll take a look at this...
A “Welcome to Wisconsin” sign includes a warning for criminals and terrorists about the gun carrying population in the state. Is this sign real?
Have you seen a post allegedly from Beats by Dre, claiming to be giving away products that can’t be sold because they were unsealed? Is this real or fake? Today we’ll take a look.
An image shows a Busch Gardens sign which welcomes weapons for the safety of its guests. Today we’ll look at this image to determine if it is real or not.
A ploy on Facebook is the creation of fake Facebook pages offering phony giveaways of “unsealed” products. Today we’ll take a closer look at this trend and some of the more prominent examples.
A heavily-shared graphic claims that the deadliest school shooting was not Sandy Hook, but one that occurred in 1890 when 290 Indians were killed. Today we’ll take a look at this claim.
A rumor states that the Talking Angela app spies on children by asks personal questions. Today we’ll take a look at this rumor a little more closely.
A rumor that a federal hearing is being held by the FCC to discuss petition number 2493 states that this hearing will limit or remove 20 pastors from broadcasting over the airwaves. Is there any truth to this rumor?