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Carpe Donktum, the pro-Trump ‘memesmith’ who visited the White House, is working with the creator of the fake Trump church massacre video
The video, shown at a pro-Trump conference, was made by "TheGeekzTeam," an account that creates content for a website run by "CarpeDonktum."
The life and rise of Shane Dawson, a $12 million YouTuber with a history of offensive remarks who just dropped a documentary on Jeffree Star
Here's everything you need to know about YouTuber Shane Dawson, who just released a new documentary on makeup influencer Jeffree Star.
Bossert slammed Trump and his longtime lawyer Rudy Giuliani's repeated echoing of debunked conspiracy theories about the 2016 presidential election.
The plan to storm Area 51 is one chapter in a history of conspiracy theories about alien encounters. Before Area 51, there was Roswell, New Mexico.
We fact-checked 5 popular conspiracy theories about tech companies, from Apple making iPhones obsolete to Facebook secretly activating your microphone...
Most of the major conspiracy theories circulating about big tech are demonstrably false, but a few of them have kernels of truth.
Seth Rich’s family can pursue a lawsuit against Fox News for allegedly spreading conspiracies about DNC staffer’s death, after a court rul...
The family of DNC staffer Seth Rich claim that Fox News' publication of a report pushing conspiracy theories about his death caused them serious distress.
A growing number of Americans doubt that Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide. Here’s a guide to the conspiracy theories about his death, and why the...
Authorities have dismissed theories that Jeffrey Epstein was killed in his Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.
President Trump thanked a well-known conspiracy theorist, who'd said Israeli Jews view Trump as "the second coming of God."
Stop drinking ‘Miracle Mineral Solution,’ or MMS, the FDA warns. The concoction promoted to cure autism and cancer is really just bleach.
Online conspiracy theorists continue to sell the concoction, which can lead to severe vomiting, diarrhea, low blood pressure, and acute liver failure.
FBI agents are livid that Trump is amplifying ‘bulls— theories’ about Jeffrey Epstein’s death ‘that have no basis in rea...
FBI agents who spoke with INSIDER said the president's sharing of baseless conspiracy theories isn't just irresponsible but also dangerous.