The fantastical fictional work "The Jungle Book" may have some roots in the truth.
"The Simpsons" and Portland, Oregon, have a long-standing symbiotic relationship via creator Matt Groening, who grew up there.
Did New South Wales Health, an Australian government health organization, use actors to portray COVID-19 patients in a public health video? No, that's not true: The people featured in the video are real COVID-19 patients. The shortened ne
Dreamworks studio, which produced the movie, has never confirmed that the character was based on Tillet. There is no evidence that the claim is true.
Did a Chinese restaurant advertise giving customers 95% off their lunch total if you show them a vaccination card? No, that's not true: The sign was made by a prank website where you can create your own Chinese restaurant sign. The story
Is there a giant U-shaped skyscraper in New York that is so big a plane can easily fly between its uprights? No, that's not true: This image of a large building in Manhattan is just an architectural design for a proposed building that had
Leakes was 66.
Did Kamala Harris once pose for red carpet photos with Jeffrey Epstein? No, that's not true: On September 17, 2015, Kamala Harris and her husband Douglas Emhoff were photographed together at a black-tie dinner for the opening of the Broad
The fake photo was shared widely online in August 2021, and was even posted by a Republican congressional candidate in Texas.
A Detroit newspaper article, allegedly written in 1933, reviewed the iconic artist before she was famous.
The famous line has a very tragic backstory.
A post on Facebook falsely claims that variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes Covid-19, and biological viruses as a whole, do not exist. Viruses exist The post seems to claim that viruses do not exist. This is wholly false. Viruses
Did Nashville's Daily Press and Times publish this accounting of the unmarried females in the Tennessee city on July 19, 1869? Yes it's true: This image of a newspaper clipping, from an unknown newspaper and date, cites the Daily Press an
The Taliban entered Kabul in mid-August 2021, as foreign powers departed.
Did New Zealand's Rodney and Otamatea Times, Waitemata and Kaipara Gazette publish a paragraph on "Coal Consumption Affecting Climate" in the Science Notes and News section of the paper back on August 14, 1912? It's TRUE! This paragraph p
Did the Iowa State Fair accidentally or intentionally blunder with their logo design resulting in a distinctly recognizable silhouette? No, that's not true: This logo is a joke and not the real logo of the Iowa State Fair. The silo and ro
The Houston pastor's wealth has been the subject of a lot of discussion over the years.
The video features a strange, funnel cloud-shaped column of smoke.
Does Hong Kong issue an official ID card for pets and also provide pets with health insurance and a budget for food? No, that's not true: Pictured is a novelty pet ID card modeled after the style of the real Hong Kong identity cards issue
People in the 14th century could be just as immature as people today.
But it's also sold out.
The duo was reportedly photographed at a depth of over 6,000 feet.
Plaintiffs accused the company of deceptive marketing by describing their sugary cereals as "heart healthy" and "lightly-sweetened."
A spoof video shared on a comedian’s Twitter page has journeyed from joke to scandal as some people sharing and seeing it online appear to believe it’s authentic. It’s not. But here’s the premise: an NBC producer is caught on a hot mic saying:
A customized Glock19, dubbed the "Block19," was briefly available for purchase in the summer of 2021.
A quote starting "and the question is whether or not we should be in a position" went viral in July 2021.
Did a woman's husband break her foot with a baseball bat when he saw what he thought was a snake come out from under the blanket? No, that's not true: These two photos are not related. The photo of a bandaged foot was published in a medic
The 'Rules for Teachers - 1872' list prompts us to marvel at the grimness of a late nineteenth century American schoolteacher's lot.
The fruit is said to taste like vanilla ice cream.
The deep-sea cephalopod is completely transparent except for is optic nerve eyeballs and digestive tract.
The viral "Star Wars" video featured a fake cinema reaction to Darth Vader's infamous line from "The Empire Strikes Back." Here's how we know it's fake.
Do "Blue Java" bananas, a variety of bananas that have bluish peels, exist? Yes, that's true: the bananas' peels take on a bluish-green appearance when unripe and have a distinctive texture and flavor, often compared to ice cream. However
"It is about love, light and life," says its creator. It is also priced at nearly $5,000.
All signs point to an utterly surreal and atomized Games, one that will divide Japan into two worlds during the month of Olympics and Paralympics competition.
In a speech on voting rights in Philadelphia, President Joe Biden vowed that his administration would fight back against new voting restrictions pushed by allies of former President Donald Trump. State legislators are now engaged in a “broad as
Is a photograph showing a BMW car half submerged in floodwaters with a "F*ck you Greta!" sticker prominetly showing on the rear window real? No, that's not true: someone photoshopped the sticker onto a real image of a car flooded by water
The original photo appeared in news reports of disastrous flooding in Germany.
Was Edward Mordake a man born with a second face on the back of his head that could laugh, cry and whisper horrible things to him? No, that's not true: The legend of Edward Mordake, sometimes called Mordrake, appears to have begun as a wo
Wisconsin man Jarrett Plahmer amazed many basketball fans in July 2021, with an unlikely, five-year-old prediction.
An image claiming to show the Northern Lights from space has been going viral on Facebook. The post says the image comes “courtesy of NASA” which is true. But the image is not a real photo from space but a computer generation. As Snop