This week there are stories about seagulls, condoms, and the March for Our Lives.
Posted on April 6, 2018, at 5:40 p.m. ET
Teens were doing this in 2013 and there's a handful of more recent videos, but to say that it's recent or viral is misleading. Also, snorting condoms is a terrible idea.
He left a case of pepperoni in front of an open window, which is what caused the seagull situation. After almost 18 years, the hotel lifted the ban. It's a wild story.
This flyer really was distributed in England, but it happened almost two years ago and showed clear signs of being a hoax. Yet the flyer and its claims went viral again this week.
The photo used by Mashable came directly from the suspect's personal social media account, according to a Mashable editor. Here's the misinformation that was going around about the YouTube attack.
The video is from five years ago, but many accounts tweeted it as if it's recent. Here's why people are fleeing their country and are trying to get to the US.
This claim was pushed by several unreliable conservative blogs, but there is no truth to it, Snopes reports.
McGregor surrendered to police after ramming a guardrail in the direction of a van said to be carrying his opponent.
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