A fake news story claims that Target will stop selling the Holy Bible in the wake of the retailer’s stance on transgender bathrooms.
A fake news story claims that Monica Lewinsky has endorsed Hillary Clinton for President.
A fake story claims Carly Fiorina outsourced her presidential campaign to India.
A phony news story has circulated since March 2016 in which Nancy Reagan’s dying words are quoted as, “Do not vote for Donald Trump.”
A bogus report states that the state of North Carolina will no longer accept $20 bills in wake of the recent announcement that Harriet Tubman would appear on the new notes.
Social media fans were shocked Wednesday night to read a story that Tina Turner had been rushed to the hospital in critical condition. The story, however, is fake.
A story which has circulated on social media since April 2015 claims that archaeologists discovered golden plates linked to Joseph Smith, Jr. The story, however, is fake.
A humorous “news” story claims that a Chicago teen was arrested after calling 911 and asking “Where the hoes at?”
A death hoax circulating online states that Miley Cyrus was found dead in her home.
A false “breaking news” story circulating on social media tells of an elderly woman who was arrested for making purses out of her neighbor’s cats.