- 6 June 2021
- Fact Check
7 January 2020 - A routine review of content labeled satire.
29 August 2017 - A Christian satire site's claim about the popular televangelist using a luxury yacht to promote "Your Best Life Now" in Hurricane Harvey's aftermath was mistaken for real news.
16 August 2019 - In a news cycle full of clownish characters and outrageous rhetoric, it’s no wonder satire isn’t fully registering with a lot of readers.
9 May 2019 - A quote needn't make sense for some people to believe it's genuine.
24 July 2019 - Many readers were confused by an article that altered some details of a controversial news story.
3 August 2016 - A report that the Elevation Church had installed a water slide to speed up baptisms originated with a satirical site.
10 February 2020 - A routine review of content labeled satire.
17 June 2019 - Some readers didn't see much humor in the post by a self-described satire site.
3 July 2018 - A meme containing fake quotes from a satirical article managed to take in some followers of conservative commentator David Clarke.
24 January 2020 - A routine review of content labeled satire.
8 November 2017 - Congress reportedly passed a law banning the playing of Christmas music before Thanksgiving, even in private homes.
2 August 2018 - The Associate Supreme Court Justice said she hopes to remain on the bench another five years. And she knows who's president.