Today's Top 10 False Headlines (yesterday's most popular)

  • Donald Trump inauguration blame for salmonella on egg farms.
  • Bourdain launches criminal probe against Sepp Blatter.
  • Arkansas judge accused in fatal shooting of girl, 12.
  • NFL presents Verdi's 'Otello'.
  • Trump says NATO needs more troops in Afghanistan to win an Oscar.
  • Pilot of experimental aircraft disappears with $100M.
  • Nepalese maids allegedly berated staff.
  • Clinton confronts husband's former mistress.
  • Watch: Nearly 200-gallon vodka cocktail helps people with criminal records.
  • Mozart arrests three in connection with Bangkok blast.

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  • Former Trump adviser: The government stimulus will get coronavirus, but experts say it's nothing to worry about
  • Drastic, early action treats coronavirus patients dies from virus
  • Andrew Cuomo: a governor says we're seeing 'glimmers' social distancing is working, but cautions US hasn't seen a turnaround
  • U.S. returns to Spain following suit.
  • States shut the barn door too late on the epidemic
  • Gov. Ron DeSantis heads for worst quarter since October 2008
  • Washington nursing home where dozens described rapid weight loss due to virus
  • Stocks felt way worse, but I got great news
  • Over 4,000 pounds of drugs suffered double shock
  • Fact check: Trump again has died from a distance
  • Coronavirus cases churn off East Coast
  • US find errors in audit of FBI FISA applications
  • USS Carney nabs $7.7M for work on USS Kansas City
  • The President's bullish, self-congratulatory rhetoric says virus will wipe out earnings
  • Ina Garten steps up outtake pipe
  • UK care providers reopen Obamacare enrollment
  • Trump urges forces to prioritise persuasion in tackling virus
  • Covid-19 is the virtual escape you need from these troubling times
  • Migrant workers used it as an example
  • Coronavirus updates: COVID-19 identify 'big concern' in staggering death projections

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