- 6 June 2021
- Fact Check
13 June 2018 - Some may choose not to eat at the chain for reasons of personal morals or tastes, but buying food there is not and will not be considered a criminal act.
30 December 2019 - A routine review of content labeled satire.
21 January 2018 - Reports that a televangelist disclaimed Donald Trump's alleged affair with a porn actress as "sharing the gospel" are fake news.
30 May 2017 - A satirical article seized on comments by the singer, which were taken out of context.
5 September 2018 - Some readers were taken in by a satirical website's story that Democrats wanted the Supreme Court nominee to undergo DNA testing.
25 April 2018 - Rumors that Theresa May said that children in the UK are "owned by the state" originated with a satirical article.
9 December 2016 - A story claiming that the Southern Baptist Convention purchased the fast food chain was posted by a satire site.
13 June 2017 - A piece inspired by the senator's antagonistic questioning of Trump appointee Russell Vought says Sanders proposed a "Hateful Bigot Identification Act."
7 July 2018 - A satirical website's post about the American televangelist was re-disseminated online in meme form.
3 April 2019 - While "bartender" may be the most frequently mentioned part of her résumé, the congresswoman has quite a few other accomplishments to her name.