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.
On April Fools Day 1957, the BBC aired a fictitious story about the Swiss spaghetti harvest which depicted laborers reaping spaghetti noodles from spaghetti trees. Scores of people contacted the station to find out how they could obtain their own “spaghetti bush.” Today we look back at this classic hoax.
A message circulating online claims there will be a rare planetary alignment on January 4, 2015, known as “zero gravity day” in which people will experience a moment of weightlessness. Is this true or false?
An image which has circulated online since 2013 depicts a “Virgin Atlantic” plane with a glass bottom. Is this image real or fake?
Jennifer Aniston appeared on Conan and discussed a fake image which went viral in 2013 that showed the actress with a shaved head.
Does this image show mummified remains of a dead fairy discovered in Derbyshire, England? Today we take a look back at this classic hoax.
A graphic circulating this week shows a movie poster for a new live-action version of “The Little Mermaid” starring Emma Watson as Ariel. Is this true or false?