Satirical article claims U.S. students will be required to receive RFID chip implants to help reduce gun violence.
Satirical article claims inspectors found human meat stored in a McDonald's meat factory.
Viral hoax claims President Obama plans to celebrate the 4th of July at a mosque with Muslim leaders.
Fake video supposedly reveals a hideous skin condition resulting from the use of Head & Shoulders or Dove Shampoo. Don't click. It's a scam.
Satirical article claims Oprah Winfrey has agreed to post bail for famed 'sexy felon' Jeremy Meeks and wants to give him a job as talk show host.
Social media prank claims the minimum legal drinking age in the U.S. will be raised to 25 in August 2014. Not true.
Social media prank claims AMC is cancelling the popular TV series 'The Walking Dead.'
Satirical 'news story' claims an unborn fetus became pregnant while still inside the mother's womb.
Is it true that 6 people died after drinking tea made from water heated in a kettle where a violin spider was hiding?
Viral alert circulating since 2007 claims giving ice water to dogs causes severe bloating, cramps, and muscle spasms.