Fake accounts for Apple, Tesla, SpaceX, and countless other brands are duping Twitter users.
No, the attacker wasn't arrested in his underwear. And, no, the attacker wasn't a "friend."
The man burned his own garage and several vehicles, getting $61,000 from insurance and $17,000 from GoFundMe.
We realize that sounds like a contradiction in terms.
The photo is from Australia and was taken long after McDonald's abandoned frying its food in beef tallow.
The tech used was likely a modified Pepper's Ghost, which dates to the 1860s.
Would you eat a Whopper with currywurst and fried herring?
The BBC says it's aware of the video and is trying to get the clip removed from social media.
Apps that promise to give users a better version of reality are helping create conspiracy theories.
The video was edited to make the mummy sound funnier.
There's even a conspiracy theory claiming Queen Elizabeth II actually died last year.
Even video game footage is going viral during Russia's invasion.
The 99-year-old actress didn't die from an adverse reaction to a covid-19 booster.
The BBC and Business Insider covered the new crypto uncritically in a wildly irresponsible move.
Conservative commentators like Erick Erickson seem to think it's real.
It probably didn't help that they were trying to pass off their 4- and 5-year-old kids as pre-teens.
Don't sell vaccination cards. Definitely don't do it on eBay.
The photo wasn't taken this week and actually shows support for Cuba's Communist government.