On this week's quiz: snakes, shoe smugglers, and more!
Ann Coulter Cited This Author's Work To Attack Immigrant Children, But He Wants Nothing To Do With Her
"I don't know if she knows how to read, but she clearly hasn't read my New Yorker article."
In this week's quiz: movie trailers, plastic islands, and prenups!
The photographer said the little boy wandered inside the cage during a protest in Dallas.
Are we really doing this?
Did you fall for fake news this week?
The incident allegedly took place when Trudeau was 28. The prime minister's press secretary told BuzzFeed News he doesn't recall "any negative interactions."
Police say there's no evidence of human trafficking at what appears to be a former homeless camp in Tucson.
The anti-Muslim activist was arrested after filming outside a courthouse in Leeds. He later pleaded guilty to contempt of court.
Police in Mississauga, Ontario, say two men detonated the device at the Bombay Bhel restaurant on Thursday night.
During one livestream, someone using the screen name National Socialist spent $100 to display the message “WHITE PRIDE WORLD WIDE!”
The conspiracy theory hinges on the differences between low-resolution images of Alek Minassian taken during his arrest, and artistic sketches of his court appearance.
Twitter says Kanye has approximately 27 million followers, even though some users saw a much lower number after he posted pro-Trump tweets on Wednesday.
This Bonkers Conspiracy Theory About A "Hillary Clinton Snuff Film" Is Getting A Big Boost On Facebook And YouTube
Claims about the video's existence are spreading even though some dedicated conspiracy theorists are skeptical of it. Hint: It doesn't exist.
Here's your guide to what's true, false, and unverified about the 25-year-old man identified by officials Monday as the suspect who killed at least 10 people on a crowded Toronto street.
The false story comes from a well-known fake news publisher.
YouTube's crackdown on hate speech and other "unsafe" content is causing many of the biggest stars of the far right to look for alternatives.
Alexandre Bissonnette pleaded guilty to six counts of first-degree murder.
"I mean, 99.99% of Muslims don't even understand what taqiyya is, but every alt-right Twitter troll is an expert on Islamic theology now."
The dubious story first surfaced in the UK in 2016 when flyers from a made-up organization called For Public Purity claimed Muslims wanted dogs out of public spaces. Nearly two years later, the hoax keeps going viral on Facebook.