A satirical article in heavy rotation claims that a U.S. company is hiring mercenaries to kill members of ISIS for an annual pay of $500,000.
A satire article in heavy circulation claims that Bill Gates has offered rapper Young Thug $9,000,000 if he’ll stop rapping.
A fake article circulating claims that a baby in India has been born with two minds, but only one body. This write-up comes from a satire website.
A false report circulating on social media asserts that the U.S. will ban trick-or-treating in 2015 due to an increase in murders on Halloween night.
A fake story circulating online claims that the US Government has enacted regulations which sets the minimum age to hunt at 21 years of age.
A fictional satire article circulating today claims that Governor Chris Christie has canceled trick-or-treating in New Jersey this year due to Ebola.
Implying findings from the Biblical Exodus, a fake article claims that the remains of an ancient Egyptian army has been found in the Red Sea.
A fake satire article circulating today claims that President Obama has abolished the 22nd Amendment and put 500 U.S. military generals under house arrest.
A report circulating this weekend claims that NASA has confirmed that the earth will experience 6 days of “almost complete darkness” from December 16 through December 22, 2014. The story is fake.
A report circulating on social media this week states that semen has been found in Starbucks drinks. The story is fake.