Can you tell the real from the fake in these viral stories?
Posted on June 30, 2017, at 2:07 p.m. ET
It looks ridiculous, but it's a real thing you can buy.
You might not be surprised, but so, so many people fell for it.
Although there are some legitimate editorials discussing Trump's health, this website claims to be satire and the image is clearly photoshopped.
This meme started a wave of stories about the government paying for McConnell's treatment, all of them false, as The Washington Post reports,
The Washington Post found that at least five of the clubs hung a fake Time cover for guests to see.
A viral tweet tweet about the 1992 cartoon featured a real comic from Mad Mag, Snopes reports.
Russia urged everyone traveling to Europe to get a hepatitis-A shot, citing the numerous pride festivals in the region, RFERL reports.
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