The definitive Internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation.
Snopes is the internet's definitive resource for fact-checking misinformation, debunking fake news, and researching urban legends.
All the latest rumors, urban legends, myths and misinformation gathered together in one nifty list.
The definitive Internet reference source for researching urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation.
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Snopes / ˈ s n oʊ p s /, formerly known as the Urban Legends Reference Pages, is a fact-checking website. It has been described as a "well-regarded reference for sorting out myths and rumors" on the Internet.
Snopes, which has long presented itself as the internet’s premier fact-checking resource, has retracted 60 articles after a BuzzFeed News investigation found that the site’s co-founder ...
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Snopes is painted as a liberal bastion, helping liberal and left-wing journalists and news outlets decry and attack anything remotely conservative. Rumors regularly appear linking Snopes with George Soros and other bogey-people to discredit any fact-checking efforts.