9/11 Attack on America

A satirical report about President Trump selling California to Mexico, creating "MexiCal," has been making the rounds online.

Rosmary Labonte's letter to the editor about "new immigration" was never published, but it has been in circulation since 2006.

President Obama didn't ban Iraqi refugees for six months in 2011; Obama slowed down processing of Iraqi SIVs while the process was tweaked.

A social media post about Pizza Hut military discounts, and a veteran being belittled for asking for one, appear to be a combination of truth and fiction.

Donald Trump didn't fire all U.S. ambassadors and envoys — his transition team ordered political appointees to step down, "without exception," which isn't that unusual.

Rumors that President Obama recalled all aircraft carriers were briefly true, but an aircraft carrier deployed days later.

General Vo Nguyen Giap did not say that the U.S. lost the Vietnam War at home because of anti-war protests and the media, but a former colonel did.

Claims that DNC emails were leaked to Wikileaks by DNC whistleblowers, not Russia, are disputed by U.S. intelligence agencies.

Retired USMC Colonel Jeffrey A. Powers' letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about player protests has gone viral.

Key details haven't been confirmed in the tale of a 5-year-old boy dying in Santa's arms.