Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

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Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

Mormon church President Russell M. Nelson shakes hands with Derrick Johnson, president of the NAACP during a news conference Thursday in Salt Lake City. The Mormon church did not issue an apology for a “history of racism” during a news conference this week with NAACP leaders, despite a false news release posted on a website made to look strikingly similar to one used by the church.
Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa attends a celebration for the country’s 38th anniversary of Independence at the National Sports Stadium in Harare. Contrary to the claims of two online sites, Mnangagwa did not say people in his country have been reduced to eating animals like rats and baboons because of “mistakes of the past” with white farmers. Zimbabwe Minister of Information Simon Khama Moho says the story is totally false and that the president never made such comments.
Willy Sanjuan/Invision/Associated Press file

The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that Michelle Wolf was fired from her Comedy Central show after the White House Correspondents Dinner are untrue.
Starbucks is not celebrating its 50th anniversary by giving each person who takes an online survey a $50 coupon. In an email, Starbucks says the latest offer isn’t real. The Seattle-based coffee company isn’t yet celebrating 50 years in business; it says on its website that it was founded in 1971.

Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

Mormon church President Russell M. Nelson shakes hands with Derrick Johnson, president of the NAACP during a news conference Thursday in Salt Lake City. The Mormon church did not issue an apology for a “history of racism” during a news conference this week with NAACP leaders, despite a false news release posted on a website made to look strikingly similar to one used by the church.
Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa attends a celebration for the country’s 38th anniversary of Independence at the National Sports Stadium in Harare. Contrary to the claims of two online sites, Mnangagwa did not say people in his country have been reduced to eating animals like rats and baboons because of “mistakes of the past” with white farmers. Zimbabwe Minister of Information Simon Khama Moho says the story is totally false and that the president never made such comments.
Willy Sanjuan/Invision/Associated Press file

The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that Michelle Wolf was fired from her Comedy Central show after the White House Correspondents Dinner are untrue.
Starbucks is not celebrating its 50th anniversary by giving each person who takes an online survey a $50 coupon. In an email, Starbucks says the latest offer isn’t real. The Seattle-based coffee company isn’t yet celebrating 50 years in business; it says on its website that it was founded in 1971.
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