Did Robin Williams deliver his own “peace plan” while wearing a shirt that read “I Love New York” written in Arabic?
A shared story claims Facebook or AT&T donate for every message shared in order to save a boy who was shot by his step-father. Is this story true or false?
A photo shared online shows a man in a kayak just above a giant shark. Users are encouraged to “like” the photo to see what happens next. So… what happens?
An email chain letter states that children of members of Congress are exempt from paying back student loans. Is this rumor true?
A rumor states that American citizens will be required to be implanted with a microchip in their hand or forehead as part of Obamacare. Is this real or a hoax?
An image being heavily circulated online shows a man showing what is claimed to be a winning Powerball ticket. He claims that he’ll give $1 million dollars to a random user who shares the post. Is this real or fake?
A long-time rumor is making its rounds yet again. In this hoax we are told that Facebook is overwhelmed with its massive user base, including a large number of inactive accounts, and that re-posting a message is the only way to ensure you won’t get your account deleted.
Will there be a planetary alignment on December 3, 2013 with three planets directly above the Pyramids at Giza?