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  25 Hottest Urban Legends   (18 December 2014)
  • A list of the 25 hottest urban legends currently making the online rounds.
  •   The Truck Sold 'Round the World   (18 December 2014)
  • Did a Texas plumbing company's truck end up in the hands of a militant group in Syria?.
  •   Missing Child: Mikala White   (18 December 2014)
  • 15-yaer-old Mikala White is missing from her Cherokee County, Georgia, home.
  •   A Shady Giveaway   (18 December 2014)
  • Is Eminem really giving away $5 million to one lucky fan for Christmas?
  •   Long Live Timbits   (18 December 2014)
  • Is Burger King taking Timbits off of the Tim Hortons menu?
  •   In Your Facebook   (18 December 2014)
  • Will Facebook soon make all inbox messages publicly viewable to promote honesty?
  •   A Thanksgiving Carol   (18 December 2014)
  • Holiday trivia: "Jingle Bells" was not, in fact, written as a Christmas song.
  •   Bullish Investment   (18 December 2014)
  • Game maker Cards Against Humanity sold 30,000 boxes of bull feces during a Black Friday promotion.
  •   A Candy Cane Cautionary Tale   (17 December 2014)
  • Report of a piece of wire found inside of a candy cane in Canada.
  •   Queen Obama   (17 December 2014)
  • Is the U.S. Postal Service selling Queen Michelle Obama stamps?
  •   Holiday Party   (17 December 2014)
  • E-mails from a company's Human Resources Director document the difficulties of office holiday party planning.
  •   Keith Passmore Murder   (17 December 2014)
  • Has the murder of Keith Passmore been ignored by the media because the victim was white?
  •   Cancer in a Can   (17 December 2014)
  • Do Pringles brand potato chips contain a chemical that is known to cause cancer in humans?
  •   Creation Schism   (17 December 2014)
  • Did the Smithsonian destroy recovered skeletons of giant humanoids to preserve the narrative of evolution?
  •   The Death of Beth   (17 December 2014)
  • Has AMC agreed to bring Beth Greene back to The Walking Dead?
  •   Hiding Shotgun   (17 December 2014)
  • Are gang members disguising real guns as toys?
  •   Motrin/Robitussin Interaction   (17 December 2014)
  • Can a combination of Motrin and Robitussin cause a fatal drug interaction in children?
  •   Get Shoes or Die Tryin'   (16 December 2014)
  • Did Michael Jordan say that he didn't care about kids who die trying to buy his shoes?
  •   Ploys for Tots   (16 December 2014)
  • Did a Walmart shopper discover that the parents of kids who receive toy donations exchange the items for alcohol or cigarettes?
  •   Knife to a Gunfight   (16 December 2014)
  • Was Rob O'Neill, the Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden, targeted in a gang home invasion?
  •   NSA on the Shelf   (15 December 2014)
  • Is the Christmas toy 'Elf on the Shelf' run by the NSA?
  •   Stalk Tip   (15 December 2014)
  • Did a terrorist warn a nice stranger to avoid an upcoming attack to repay a favor?
  •   Mass Exodus   (15 December 2014)
  • Did Pope Francis say it's not necessary for people to believe in God?
  •   Facebook Car Giveaway   (15 December 2014)
  • Can you win a car on Facebook by liking and sharing a post?
  •   99 Problems But the Dodgers Ain't One   (15 December 2014)
  • Did Jay Z buy the Los Angeles Dodgers, and is he moving the team back to Brooklyn?
  •   Walking on Water   (13 December 2014)
  • A video supposedly shows two hikers walking on a lake of crystal clear ice.
  •   Emordnilap Palindrome   (13 December 2014)
  • Is "emordnilap" is a real word in the dictionary?
  •   Audi R8 Giveaway   (12 December 2014)
  • Can you win an Audi R8 by liking and sharing a Facebook post?
  •   Dream Snatcher   (13 December 2014)
  • Is Congress giving Apache land to a foreign mining corporation?
  •   Greenpeace and the Nazca Lines   (11 December 2014)
  • Did Greenpeace irreparably damage Peru's historic Nazca lines during a publicity stunt?
  •   Fatima Noor   (11 December 2014)
  • Was Fatima Noor appointed to a position in the Department of Homeland Security?
  •   Jenner Preggers?   (11 December 2014)
  • Did Kylie Jenner announce that she was pregnant on Twitter?
  •   Christmas Catastrophe   (11 December 2014)
  • Does Home Depot spray their Christmas trees with a chemical that killed a kitten?
  •   Bidding Bounty   (11 December 2014)
  • Did ABC pay Darren Wilson for an interview?
  •   SNAP Canard   (10 December 2014)
  • Can food stamps now be used to purchase alcohol and tobacco products?
  •   Red, White, and Stewart   (10 December 2014)
  • Did Kristen Stewart slam the military and defend 9/11 terrorists?
  •   America's Thuggiest Home Videos   (10 December 2014)
  • Does a circulating video show Mike Brown beating up an older man?
  •   Tree Spiting   (10 December 2014)
  • Did illegal loggers cut down the world's oldest tree?
  •   Illinois Eavesdropping Law   (8 December 2014)
  • Has Illinois made it a felony for its citizens to record the police?
  •   No Justice, No Fees   (9 December 2014)
  • Does Al Sharpton owe more than four million dollars in unpaid taxes?
  •   Two-Facedbook   (9 December 2014)
  • Will changes to Facebook's terms of service allow them to send data to the FBI, CIA, and NSA?
  •   Cam's Crash   (9 December 2014)
  • NFL quarterback Cam Newton was injured in a car crash.
  •   Jet Ski Death Hoax   (9 December 2014)
  • Musician Bret Michaels becomes the most recent in a long line of celebrities who have not died in Jet-Ski accidents.
  •   Amb-Iggy-Uous   (9 December 2014)
  • Was Iggy Azalea born biologically male?
  •   Selena's Slayer Set Free?   (9 December 2014)
  • Has Selena's killer Yolanda Saldivar been granted early parole?
  •   A Murdered Witness?   (8 December 2014)
  • Were Deandre Joshua and Shawn Gray murdered after testifying before a grand jury in Ferguson?
  •   Shaken Not Steered   (8 December 2014)
  • Does James Bond actor Daniel Craig get free Aston Martin cars for life?
  •   French Toast Crunches Again   (8 December 2014)
  • General Mills is bringing the cereal French Toast Crunch back to stores in the United States.
  •   Faithbook   (8 December 2014)
  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has converted to Islam?
  •   Whale of a Tale   (8 December 2014)
  • Was a whale carcass found in a field in Utah?
  •   Slake Michigan   (7 December 2014)
  • Has Michigan passed a law exempting emergency medical personnel from treating gay people?
  •   Addie Fausett: Sick Child Christmas Card Request   (7 December 2014)
  • The family of Addie Fausett, a 6-year-old girl with a terminal brain disorder, has asked the public to send Addie a "lifetime of Christmas cards."
  •   CDC-a Culpa   (5 December 2014)
  • Did the CDC apologize because this year's flu vaccine doesn't work?
  •   McSkinny   (5 December 2014)
  • Is McDonald's going to stop serving overweight customers beginning 1 January 2015?
  •   Overload of Malarkey   (5 December 2014)
  • Is your online service about to cancel the accounts of users who don't forward or repost a particular message?
  •   Scared Chuteless   (4 December 2014)
  • Video shows a man jumping out of airplane without a parachute and landing on a trampoline?
  •   Share a Koch   (4 December 2014)
  • Did the Koch brothers donate a large sum of money to NPR and force the broadcaster to discontinue coverage of climate change?
  •   Flying Horse   (4 December 2014)
  • Was a flying horse captured on video above Jeddah, Saudi Arabia?
  •   Das Racist Boot   (4 December 2014)
  • Has Timberland's CEO said he doesn't want black people to wear their boots?
  •   Broken Axl   (4 December 2014)
  • Celebrity death hoax: Singer Axl Rose was found dead in his West Hollywood home.

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