|Filed Under:||Humor / odd|
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|Archived Since:||February 8, 2008|
Neither Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, nor Dollar General is closing all their stores, despite a widespread rumor on social media.
Police in Colorado are looking for a jogger they say is repeatedly interrupting her runs to defecate in public in Colorado Springs.
Kenneth James Gleason is charged with two counts of first degree murder and other charges, following the shooting deaths of two men in Baton Rouge.
Attorneys for the cable news station said that Rod Wheeler's lawsuit doesn't show he was defamed, and that it should be handled in arbitration.
A news story highlights the interplay between the immune system and depression, but it provides this information without crucial context.
Several news outlets reported that Case's Vermont farmhouse was damaged in a fire, but the musician herself says it wasn't her house.
The 7.1 magnitude temblor hit less than two weeks after another quake killed at least 90 people in the southern part of the country, and on the anniversary of a devastating 1985 earthquake.
An image circulating online attributes an insensitive (and fabricated) quote to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
An image purportedly showing a 30-foot wave crashing down on Jennette's Pier in North Carolina is a digital creation.
The company is seeking to restructure as it faces $5 billion in debt.
The UB 11 submarine appears to have struck a mine, but is intact and closed.
The Category 5 hurricane brought 160 mph winds and rain to the Caribbean island, causing widespread damage.
The Orange County, California-based pizza chain fired a worker for reportedly printing the phrase on a Torrance police officer's receipt.
Web sites misstate what would happen under a bill that Brown has not signed into law.
A satirical web site publishes yet another entirely false story.
Some Kroger grocery stores are offering children under 12 years of age a free piece of fruit to eat while their parents shop.
"Jeepers Creepers 3" director Victor Salva was convicted in 1988 of sexually molesting a 12-year-old.
A widely circulated list of historical "facts" about slavery dwells on the participation of non-whites as owners and traders of slaves in America.
A story about a terrible sexual experience is nothing more than a hoax.
The long-standing claim that Jane Fonda turned smuggled messages from U.S. POWs over to their North Vietnamese captors is false.