Fake News: news that is intentionally incorrect, published either for a political purpose or to make money through ad revenue. Disinformation.
Propaganda: systematic fake news from a source with political goals.
Satire: purposely absurd "news" to entertain while making a point.
Clickbait: web site content created in order to draw clicks, which monetize for the producer via ad revenue. "You won't believe what happens at 2:43 in this video!"
Native Advertising: ads promoting or selling something, but made to look like a news story.
Content Farm: Website that packages a lot of (openly available) info into something pretty, driving traffic for the ad revenue.
Some organizations have made a career out of checking the facts and publishing the results. Here are a few of the most-respected ones.