A website known for spreading disinformation is behind false reports that Rep. Ateesha Nubbins introduced a bill banning voters older than 60.
There's no credible evidence that Sketchers lightable shoes — or any other brand of lightable shoes — are a fire hazard and can injure children.
Authorities say that there's no indication that an abandoned homeless encampment found on a CEMEX property in Tucson was used for anything illegal, including child sex trafficking.
Pope Francis did not urge white women to "breed" with Muslim migrants to curb declining birthrates.
A meme falsely claiming that Nancy Pelosi said "Building a wall will violate the rights of millions of illegals" has been circulating since January 2018.
Rumors that a Syrian man with four wives and 22 children collects $360,000 in welfare benefits are based on a rough estimation and aren't verifiable.
It's true that the Iran nuclear deal is not legally binding, and that Iran didn't sign the agreement. But those details of the complex international agreement have often been misrepresented.
There's no sign at the U.S.-Mexico border promising "lots of free stuff ahead." Photo editing software was used to create the fake sign.
There are legitimate questions about how the American Red Cross uses donations, but claims that it keeps 92 cents of every donation are false.