- 14 May 2021
- Fact Check
19 July 2017 - A satirical article said that Christian singer-songwriter Chris Tomlin was legally blocked from writing certain types of songs.
20 February 2019 - A satirical website added even more confusion to Smollett's allegations he was targeted in a possible hate crime.
25 July 2017 - A satirical article posited that the controversial televangelist had a new pulpit made of money.
16 October 2020 - U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to share a piece of satire as if it were genuine news.
30 August 2016 - A satirical article reporting that televangelist Joel Osteen apologized for using Jesus' name in a sermon was mistaken for straight news.
27 September 2018 - At this point, what's not to believe about the U.S. Senate's Supreme Court confirmation hearings?
30 April 2018 - Reports that the nonprofit organization defended the comedian after his felony sexual assault conviction stemmed from a Christian-themed satire site.
15 April 2019 - Might be hard to "come on down" to "The Price is Right" if that's your only response.
31 July 2017 - Elevation Church Pastor Steven Furtick took to Twitter to dispel a satire site's claim about him.
28 July 2016 - Incarcerated former abortion provider Kermit Gosnell did not appear at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
14 August 2018 - For the time being, at least, 'VeggieTales' characters remain based on things mothers would approve of their kids consuming.
10 November 2016 - A story that millennials were pacified by "participation trophies" originated from a "satire" site.