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

  • Princess Leia discards 80 million phones and none are being recycled.
  • Ivana Trump wanting To Eat Fish Responsibly. But The Seafood Guides Are So Confusing!.
  • Octopus rises as pork belly reserves hit 50-year low.
  • Ferguson coming out in October.
  • Prince Harry gets Raped By A Bear In 'The Revenant'.
  • Jerusalem has alien-seekers buzzing.
  • Magnetic wormhole leading Asia stock markets lower ahead of US jobs report.
  • Supreme Court unveils Zika proof uniform.
  • Assad allegedly call James Bond A 'Misogynist,' Solidifies Himself As Best 007 Ever.
  • Mumps outbreak battles flesh-eating bacteria.

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Latest False Headlines (click a box to vote)

  • Waller-Bridge, Beckham and Bond brace for jobless surge as companies rush for state funds
  • 12-year-old girl disregards Trump's initial failure to face reality on coronavirus and points elsewhere for any delay in a US response
  • The doctor in the viral photo with his son behind glass preys on what terrifies us: dying alone
  • Amazon workers to learn no one is immune to Covid-19
  • Federal judge leaves wealthy Norway facing tough spending choices
  • Iceland lab's testing puts the brakes on USMCA?
  • Dubai takes swipe at Mike Pompeo for 'ludicrous statements'
  • Trump tries to hide behind' impeachment excuse
  • Coronavirus updates: Trump preys on by tax avoidance schemes
  • Chris Cuomo: I've worked because of a maintenance lapse
  • Analysis: GOP senator does the world need to track the pandemic?
  • Coronavirus updates: NY governor to health care workers: "Please issue volunteer call up of Individual Ready Reserve members to do
  • Ford to reshape British and EU politics
  • Opinion: Why Fauci eyes markets to fund €100bn pandemic jobs scheme
  • NYU Langone loans unveiled for ‘squeezed middle’ companies
  • Aircraft carrier captain predicted at least 100,000 deaths in U.S.
  • US futures are at least 185,200 US coronavirus cases. So far, more than 3,800 people have died.
  • Fidelity rolls back US fuel economy standards
  • UK death toll from coronavirus grinds to a halt on coronavirus impact
  • Coronavirus latest: UK financial regulator suspends dividends after BoE pressure

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