A House bill to charge veterans for GI Bill benefits was considered in April — but that proposal has been abandoned. And the proposal was not included in legislation that has since been enacted.
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False reports that Chuck Schumer had an affair with a high school cheerleader came from a website that identifies its content as “fiction” or “satire.”
When it comes to claims that GOP tax reforms cut Medicare, Medicare and Social Security, and add $2.4 trillion to the federal deficit, it depends who you ask.
False rumors that Queen Elizabeth removed the Obamas from the Royal Wedding guest list came from websites that fabricate news stories.
False claims that the world’s first human meat restaurant opens in Tokyo resurfaced in November 2017 — but, like earlier versions, there’s no truth to them.
False claims about hate crimes being dropped against Black Lives Matter kidnappers accused of assaulting a white man with developmental disabilities surfaced in November 2017.
Joe Biden didn’t say that the hero who stopped the Sutherland Springs church shooter shouldn’t have been allowed to own a gun.
A self-described satirical website is behind false reports that “New Jersey’s first Muslim mayor” vowed to glorify Allah in all his decisions.
Army Sgt. La David T. Johnson Was a Deserter Before His Death in Nigeria-Fiction! Summary of eRumor: Rumors have emerged that Army Sgt. La David T. Johnson, who was among…
A commentary titled “NFL Role Models?” makes truthful claims about former players Travis Henry, Donte Stallworth, Dan Russell and current player Marshawn Lynch.