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A story that President Obama signed an executive order banning the possession and sale of Confederate flags was a hoax. [Read More]
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Muslims are not barred from entering or immigrating to the United States under the provisions of the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, or U.S. Code... [Read More]
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A satirical article about mandatory divorce in the Army briefly alarmed some military spouses. [Read More]
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The USS Gabrielle Giffords, named for the former Arizona representative, is a real U.S. Navy ship, but it isn't weaponless. [Read More]
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No, the Pentagon didn't spend $10 million on Powerball tickets in the hopes of buying F-35s. [Read More]
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A fake news story reported that a man in a clown suit was shot in Fort Wayne, Indiana. [Read More]
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A fake news site reported Angelina Jolie was returning her adopted children to orphanages following her breakup with Brad Pitt. [Read More]
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Web article reports that a homeowner fatally shot a trespassing Pokemon Go player. [Read More]
Tags: Pokemon Go - FALSE - Web
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Satirical item reports that former Republican candidate Dr. Ben Carson has no memory of running for president. [Read More]
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Satire positing that Donald Trump claimed the news media are biased for accurately reporting his statements sailed over the heads of many social media users. [Read More]
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Chris Christie didn't express his disappointment with the selection of Mike Pence as Donald Trump's VP by neglecting to pick up Trump's dry cleaning. [Read More]
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Reports that a couple seeking to conceive via IVF discovered through DNA testing that they were fraternal twins are fake news. [Read More]
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A spurious old rumor has recirculated claiming that President Obama's likeness is being added to Mount Rushmore. [Read More]
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A series of tweets claimed the parents of a white baby spitefully let the child die rather than receive care from a black nurse. [Read More]
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A viral Facebook post holding that President Trump's controversial immigration ban was a "shock event" was an editorial item by a Boston College history professor. [Read More]
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Ben Stein's 2005 commentary about the observance of Christmas circulates every holiday season. [Read More]
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A letter that has been passed around since at least 2009 has questionable origins. [Read More]
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Romanian newspaperman Cornel Nistorescu penned a popular pro-America editorial immediately after the 9/11 attacks. [Read More]
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An essay denigrating American Muslims has been circulating for at least a decade and did not originate with former GOP president candidate Dr. Ben Carson. [Read More]
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The deaths of five officers in Dallas prompted interest in the often tragic life circumstances of Chief David Brown. [Read More]
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