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This week we have stories about a wedding bouquet, Fox News, and a parrot.

Posted on June 1, 2018, at 3:58 p.m. ET

  1. This photo offers the first look at children being held at a holding facility as a result of the Trump administration's policy of separating kids from their parents if they cross the border illegally.

    Twitter: @runsanchrun
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    These heartbreaking photos are from 2014, the Obama era.

  2. This video shows the 6,000 people who marched to demand that anti-Muslim activist Tommy Robinson not be sent to jail.

    Twitter: @USAHotLips
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    There was a protest supporting anti-Muslim activist Tommy Robinson, but it was a few hundred people, not 6,000. The video in the tweet was taken a few weeks before Robinson's arrest, Lead Stories reports.

  3. Is this a real tweet by Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren?

    Twitter: @TomlLahren
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    The tweet came from a parody account that posted it in 2016, Snopes reports. It recently started recirculating.

  4. Fox announced it will pick up "Roseanne" after ABC canceled it.

    Robert Trachtenberg / ABC
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    The rumor stemmed from a satirical article, Lead Stories reports, though some people fell for it.

  5. Is this video of a bridesmaid catching the wedding bouquet real or fake?

    Twitter: @C_Austin_Cox
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    The video is actually from a 2016 Buick Super Bowl commercial, Snopes reports.

  6. A parrot in Florida learned how to control an Amazon Echo with its voice.

    Flickr: volvob12b
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    The parrot, named Petra, has been tormenting its owner by turning the lights on and off, NHPR reports.

  7. There’s a video game that lets players shoot up a school.

    store.steampowered.com
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    The game was removed from Valve's platform Steam after people objected.

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