Digital editing isn't the only method to create an interesting image.
Did the woman in this video really wash her SUV with gasoline? No, that's not true: This prank skit video was posted on TikTok by a channel that posts many staged videos. In another video posted a day later, the actor sips from the stream
The following image contains cartoon (and frog) nudity. You have been warned.
In Ohio, a vaccination will help protect you from COVID-19 and make you eligible for a million-dollar giveaway.
Did a gas station post a sign saying that customers must show proof of employment to make a gas purchase? No, that's not true: The picture of the sign is satire and was created using an online image generator. The claim appeared in a Face
The video has been viewed millions of times.
A photo has been shared repeatedly in multiple posts on Facebook alongside a claim it shows a foetus of a dolphin in the womb. This is false: the image in fact shows a silicone model foetus created for a film.
Fauci did not oppose sharing technology for the delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine, but expressed doubt over the time frames.
A video showing members of a wedding party arguing in the street has circulated in numerous social media posts. The footage purportedly shows a groom confronting his bride for cheating on him with one of the groomsmen. This is false; the footage is ac
A picture posted on Twitter of a drink allegedly prepared for a customer named Edward went mega-viral.
This is not the first time an octopus from Western Australia became famous on the internet.
This technology is far from affordable at this time.
In the picture, a man stands in the doorway seemingly unaware of the massive wave that's hitting the other side of the lighthouse.
How else should a frog watch what it eats?
A witness to a troubling situation who is in a group may feel a lesser sense of personal responsibility than a single individual.
Duggar was arrested by U.S. Marshals.
Auguste and Louis Lumière were two French brothers who captured a number of films in the earliest days of motion pictures.
Health officials in Las Vegas reported six more cases of liver illness believed to be linked to a commercially marketed bottled water brand, Real Water, that faces a U.S. Food and Drug Administration probe and lawsuits by people alleging they were sick
Congress passed the Real ID Act in 2005 to establish minimum security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and ID cards following a recommendation from the 9/11 Commission.
Did General Mills put a type of iron that is not able to be digested and used by the body in Cinnamon Toast Crunch? No, that's not true: the iron found in breakfast cereals is fine to consume and is digested by humans. The claim appeared
Is the audit in Maricopa County, Arizona, confirming the rumor that a "special watermark is on the real ballots"? No, there's no evidence that's true: Maricopa County ballots do not have watermarks, according to a spokeswoman for the Mari
A 'Supermoon' doesn’t actually look that much bigger in the sky compared to a normal full moon -- it's an optical illusion.
If this conundrum blows your mind, do not, under any circumstances, research who played Jerry's and George's fathers in season one.
Footage from a 2012 documentary continues to capture people's imaginations online.
We will also accept the name "grolar bear."
Whether the statement is true or not, it's one whopping-long street name.
The Hohle Fels phallus is popularly considered to be the oldest known dildo.
Security footage of a bobcat attacking two people as they were getting in their car appeared to coincide with sheriff's reports of a rabid bobcat in the area.
Some said pictures of the plate ignited "online controversy."
A Chicago Tribune op-ed generated outrage over its take on the killing of 13-year-old Adam Toledo.
A British broadcasting official’s critique of Idris Elba’s popular detective show Luther spread exponentially in April 2021 following a questionable quote in a British tabloid. According to the Daily Mail: The BBC’s diversity chief ha
It's hard to imagine how anyone might think wearing a seat belt around one's neck is a good idea.
The orange "Twin Cities Police Easily Startled" traffic sign depicts a police officer jumping in the air and discharging a gun with each hand.
What do you get when you mix a chipmunk and a pig? A viral video.
This was literally a bad translation.
These jokes might hit a little too close to home for some.
Some things may be of divine origin, but others are purely digital creations.
Someone might want to put in a maintenance request.
Nobody wants this.
The pioneering electrical engineer Nikola Tesla theorized that electricity could be transmitted wirelessly through the air at long distances.