Poop, nudity, and DNA tests are on this week's docket.
Posted on December 15, 2017, at 4:52 p.m. ET
A series of fake websites mimicking news organizations claimed the team changed the name, but it didn't. The hoax was actually part of a campaign by Native American group Rising Hearts that was meant to show how easy it would be to change the name, which is considered a slur, BuzzFeed News reports.
The dog and its excrements have been photoshopped into a 2013 Associated Press photo of the residence, Snopes reports.
The man got out of his car, stripped, mounted a truck, used a knife to stab through the roof, punched out the window, and hurt the dog inside. The dog is on her way to recovery, NBC Washington reports.
The doctor pleaded guilty to two charges of assault and resigned from his job, the Associated Press reported.
An inaccurate report from TVA broadcast the misinformation, BuzzFeed News reports, but the mosque made no such demand and is asking for an apology.
All the feet that washed up were inside running shoes, which act like flotation devices, BuzzFeed News reports.
The claim was made by one anonymous employee and was published to a known humor site, Snopes reports. No DNA companies have said they alter the tests.
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