President Donald Trump lifted a ban on elephant trophy imports that was put in place by the Obama administration — but he later put the decision on hold.
A simulation of what flooding at Laguardia Airport could look like was misidentified in August 2017 as flooding at William P. Hobby Airport in Houston.
Child miners being forced to work in African cobalt mines is a huge issue, but the idea that electric cars are solely to blame is very misleading.
Claims that the U.S. paid $1 billion into the Green Climate Fund while the world’s biggest polluters are both true and misleading.
A fake Twitter account made it appear that Maxine Water mistook high and low tide on Venice Beach for side effects of climate change.
The Great Barrier Reef has not died — but scientists acknowledge that it could be dying as a result of climate change.
Scientist Hal Lewis resigned from the American Physical Society (APS) in 2010 over claims that climate change was a scam; but his allegations are disputed.
Dangerously high radiation levels were detected at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor in 2017 — but it wasn’t falling into the ocean.
The New Guinea Flatworm was found in 2015 — but media re-reporting old stories about the New Guinea Flatworm invasion as “breaking” news caused false panic.
A boat crew watched the birth of an island in the South Pacific, but the island has since disappeared.