‘Fake News’: Why Snopes Prefers Not to Say It Anymore
The phrase "fake news" was in and out of Snopes' style guide before it was common parlance. Until now, we never told our readers why.
After receiving financial support from a wide range of celebrities, a bullied boy with dwarfism was accused of lying about his age.
Fraudsters continue to capitalize on the sudden death of Kobe Bryant by publishing misinformation about his family.
A popular meme appears to have conflated two different tax proposals from the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
If a prediction is only noticed after an incident occurs, is it really a prediction?
Left-leaning critics of U.S. President Donald Trump rejected his claims to overseeing unprecedented economic growth in early 2020. Who was right?