The former President of the United States took the opportunity to claim, again, that the election was rigged.
Three buildings in New York used their window lights to create crosses for Easter in 1956.
Three major fantasy characters pervade Western culture: Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny.
For almost a century after the first ones were produced in the 1870s by Fry’s and Cadbury’s, chocolate eggs were a luxury product.
Social media posts say the word Easter is derived from Ishtar, the name of the Assyrian goddess of sex and fertility -- a claim that resurfaces yearly around the Christian holiday. But historians say it is in fact thought to come from the old German wo
While you’re biting the heads off your chocolate bunnies, you might wonder how cartoon rabbits became so central to our Easter celebrations.
There is no mention of the Easter Bunny in the Bible. The tradition is most likely imported to America by German immigrants in the 1700s.
The word ‘Easter’ is most likely derived from an old high german word for 'east', which comes from an old latin word for 'dawn'.
The world record for the tallest Easter egg officially belongs to Italy. However, it has been broken by a pastry chef in Miramar, Argentina.
Do animators sneak "A113" into the background of animated Disney/Pixar films as a symbol of adrenochrome, to "groom pedophilia"? No, that's not true: Animators who studied at the California Institute of the Arts draw "A113" onto
Global Fact 7’s third day began with a series of regional panels from Asia and Eastern Europe. The first looked at how fact-checking organizations in the Asia Pacific region fact-check culturally sensitive topics. The second and third panels consider
Storms from Louisiana to the Appalachian Mountains had people sheltering in basements, closets and bathroom tubs as sirens wailed to warn of possible tornadoes.
The Easter Bunny would not approve.
Melania Trump is spreading some colorful Easter cheer to workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
The dating of Easter goes back to the complicated origins of this holiday and how it has evolved over the centuries.
"This is essentially in my community,” the president said of bleak images of makeshift hospitals and body bags in New York City, the center of the outbreak. “I’ve seen things that I’ve never seen before.”
“Our people want to return to work,” the president tweeted. “They will practice Social Distancing and all else, and Seniors will be watched over protectively & lovingly. We can do two things together. THE CURE CANNOT BE WORSE (by far) THAN TH
A Florida man who became a video sensation after fighting a man on the street while dressed as the Easter Bunny was arrested and tried to use the costume to elude capture.
Circulating message featuring images of a large snake claims that the snake is a 15 foot long Eastern Brown snake caught near a golf course at Caloundra, Queensland, Australia. The post HOAX – ’15 foot Eastern Brown Snake Found Near Calound
Thanks to geography, Ukraine lies on the fault line between east and west. Now, it finds itself at the center of an American political battle over impeachment. Part of the reason lies with the tug-of-war between Russia and the western powers. But part
The comments came shortly before IS asserted it was responsible, although the group gave no evidence to support its claims.
Google traditionally avoids making Doodles involving ANY overtly religious holiday.
Officials likely feared that the spread of inflammatory content could provoke more bloodshed in Sri Lanka.
There are three Americans living on the space station, as well as two Russians and one Canadian.
The claim is a variation on an old anti-Muslim theme.
Circulating message claims that the famous stone statues of Easter Island are not just heads but also have bodies buried beneath the surface. The post Easter Island Statues Have Bodies appeared first on Hoax-Slayer.
Mere hours after a gunman entered a nightclub in Thousand Oaks, California, murdering at least twelve people before shooting himself, the social media disinformation machine and its usual array of bots and paid trolls began to peddle unverified informa
As a community reeled in the aftermath of a mass shooting that left 13 people dead, a baseless, Islamaphobic, fear-mongering rumor about the identity of the shooter was floated online.
Jack Minzey of Eastern Michigan University on Civil War-Incorrect Attribution! Summary of eRumor: Shortly before his death, Eastern Michigan University professor Jack Minizey wrote about a modern civil war bing fought without guns in a column that has
"We're supposed to be getting ready for Easter, not a nor'easter," said 46-year-old Raeme Dempsey.
Target Issues Massive Easter Egg Recall, Warnings About Water Absorbing Easter Eggs-Outdated! Summary of eRumor: Warnings about Target issuing a massive Easter egg recall for toy eggs that grow bigger and hatch when they absorb water circulated in earl
The rush is on to restore power as forecasters monitor another system that could move up the coast.
A questionable, undated blog reported the recall as "fresh" — ignoring the fact that it was issued in 2017.
United States calendars on iPhone and Mac don't mark Easter holidays, but they do mark other Christian dates — although it's not clear whether this was a deliberate choice.
Two important Christian observances fall on dates that are also secular holidays in 2018.
The White House has yet to release a list of schools or districts invited to the annual event after some claimed children in attendance appeared less diverse than in previous years.
Three local public school districts that were invited to past Easter Egg Roll events were not invited this year.
A second video from a different angle shows that the president tossed the hat back to the boy.
This wasn't the first year the Paas bunny made an appearance at the White House.
Target in the United States has recalled a range of water-absorbing Easter and Dino toys because they pose a potential hazard to children. The post TRUE – Target Recalls Potentially Hazardous Easter Egg and Dino Toys appeared first on Hoax-Slayer.