A creepy vintage image of dubious provenance purports to illustrate an outdated psychiatric treatment for unhappy housewives.
A woman posted an image of a petition that she says an anonymous individual gave her at the hotel bar, prompting a rumor that guests were receiving it upon check-in.
A thwarted bombing at Asheville Regional Airport did not receive much attention or coverage in the national or international media.
Caitlan Coleman and Joshua Boyle had three children after being abducted in Afghanistan in 2012.
Confusion in the immediate aftermath of a mass shooting and the churning out of false information by untrustworthy web sites have resulted in yet another "truther" movement.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' proposed five-year strategic plan includes language stating that human life begins at the moment of conception.
The Brookings Institution says in a report that firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller would strengthen the evidence of improper conduct.
News reports were based on false claims made by a CBS reporter, who has since resiled from them.
Girls will be allowed to join the Cub Scouts from 2018, and the organization will establish a new program for older girls.
A video uses editing and 3D models to make it appear as if the cars routinely miss each other by inches.
The U.S. needed only a tie in their final game in order to qualify, but lost 2-1 to low-ranked Trinidad and Tobago.
Police say a hotel security guard may have reported Stephen Paddock before he began his shooting rampage.
The White House has not yet responded to the hip hop star's high-profile freestyle rap at the BET Hop Hop Awards.
Despite what random people might say in homemade YouTube videos, they offer no proof that any anti-fascist groups are planning even a skirmish.
An image purportedly showing Lebron James wearing a "We march, y'all mad" shirt was digitally manipulated.
The magazine mogul paid $75,000 to be laid to rest beside the actress, who was (unwillingly) the first Playboy centerfold.
Two disreputable web sites seized on tragic events in upstate New York to further their conspiracy theories about a deadly mass shooting.
A distasteful fake news story got a partisan makeover when it was passed from one disreputable web site to another.
A photograph purportedly showing a foot after "Cinderella Surgery" is actually a digital creation.