A fake news website started false rumors that Congressman Trey Gowdy was found badly beaten outside his Washington, D.C., office.
A new SnapChat feature that shares users’ locations with friends that have been given permission to view it has caused safety concerns.
A photo of a KFC in Saudi Arabia has been misidentified as a KFC in Dearborn in a meme that claims Sharia law has come to America.
Warnings not to accept friend requests from Anwar Jitou are a new twist an old, and false, warning that has been circulating since at least 2009.
Reports of an FBI investigation of Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane, appear to be credible — but little is known about the investigation.
Mitch McConnell had polio as a boy, but his treatments were funded by the March of Dines, not free government healthcare, as has been reported.
Johnny Depp wasn’t arrested for conspiracy to assassinate the president under the Patriot Act — but the actor did make controversial remarks.
The Supreme Court of Canada overturned an animal sex conviction because a poorly-written law; claims the country legalized animal sex are misleading.
Chic-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy didn’t say, “We don’t like blacks either.” A satirical report from 2012 has been routinely mistaken for a factual report.
An admitted fake news website is behind false reports that steel barrel graves have been uncovered at the Clinton Estate.