This week there were stories about Snickers bars, Julian Assange, and the Parkland shooting survivors.
Posted on March 30, 2018, at 8:05 p.m. ET
The conspiracy started after a CBS interview was taken out of context by conservative websites, but it's not true. There is a video of Hogg hiding in the closet at the time of the shooting.
This is a 2007 image of Britney Spears, but some people fell for it and now they're being trolled.
The clip used to justify these conspiracies is one of Gonzalez's speeches taken out of context, Snopes reports. She was speaking about the need to report "bad and erratic" behavior to authorities.
The video was filmed in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, it's a rap parody.
The video is from a 2016 recall of Snickers when plastic was found in the candy.
The elementary school received complaints from parents for tell her students she's gay, according to the school's own press release, but other parents noted that she won a teacher of the year award.
One lucky Canadian teen cashes in on her 18th birthday, the CBC reports.
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