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A Facebook Live video prompted widespread outrage and an internal investigation into the conduct of a Cook County, Illinois, police officer. [Read More]
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Footage purporting to show 8 traffic accidents involving invisible ghost cars was the product of some creative digital editing. [Read More]
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Rumor: ABC banned their on-air personnel from wearing American flag pins after 9/11. [Read More]
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A popular image asserts opossums kill most deer ticks they encounter and thus inhibit the spread of Lyme disease to humans. [Read More]
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A news web site got some facts right but gave an incomplete and misleading account of a June 2017 decision made by the federal agency... [Read More]
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The mischievous use of pixellation gave some viewers the false impression that a video showed Lopez relieving himself on the president's piece of pavement. [Read More]
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The department of Health and Human Services confirmed the request to redirect the "unused" funding. [Read More]
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A travel web site got the basic facts right about the gruesome death of David Baloyi in February 2018. [Read More]
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An image graphic purportedly comparing how Obama, Clinton, Bush and Trump celebrated the 4th of July consists of cherry-picked photographs, none taken on Independence Day. [Read More]
A photograph of a common piece of farm equipment was shared with false accusations concerning animal torture. [Read More]
An incredible story about a doctor and a paramedic who saved each other's lives 30 years apart started recirculating in April 2016. [Read More]
Some viewers mistook a spoof trailer for a sequel to the movie "Forrest Gump" as genuine in June 2018. [Read More]
Images showing "melted" cars in Arizona are real, but the extreme heat came from a nearby construction fire, not the sun. [Read More]
Conspiracy-peddling web sites seized on a fatal explosion as a means to push more dubious stories. [Read More]
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