A story circulating in May 2015 claims that the FDA removed AriZona Tea from store shelves after finding human urine in the product.
A fake news story claims that Aaron Hernandez was suspended by the NFL in the wake of his murder conviction.
A false report this week claims that Senator Ted Cruz suggested that military veterans should sell cookies to raise funds to offset proposed tax cuts that would affect the Department of Veteran Affairs.
A false news story claims that Yoko Ono admitted to having an affair with Hillary Clinton in the 1970’s.
A story circulating in early May 2015 claims that Kylie Jenner was hospitalized because her butt implants started deflating.
A fake report claims that Michael Jackson has been removed from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
A fake article circulating claims that Yolanda Saldivar, the murderer of “Tejano Queen” Selena, may be given an early release from prison.
A fake article circulating claims that Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin, has been arrested and has had his real identity revealed.
A fake article is circulating with claims that the Smithsonian has admitted to destroying thousands of giant skeletons since the early 1900’s.
A fake article circulating claims that Facebook users posing with guns are having their names submitted to Homeland Security. This story is satire.