A fake tweet is behind false rumors that Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee blames the Washington derailment on President Trump’s hatred of African-Americans.
There’s not enough information to prove or disprove claims that Doug Jones received 5,256 votes in town with 1,867 registered voters.
Claims that John McCain votes to end cancer treatments for Medicare beneficiaries aren’t true — but McCain did vote for a GOP tax reform bill that could lead to deep mandatory Medicare cuts.
Fake news websites based in Panama are behind false reports that Robert Mueller and Nancy Pelosi had an affair that lasted for 13 years, forcing Mueller to resign.
A fabricated news report is behind false accounts that a CIA agent confessed to murdering Bob Marley on his deathbed.
False claims that Canada euthanasia law allows parents to kill children went viral in November 2017.
The EPA reversed an Obama-era decision to ban all tolerances of the chemical chlorpyrifos — but there’s no indication Trump was paid to so.
False claims that California lawmakers exempt themselves from gun laws are based on outdated reporting on a 2011 bill that was later changed.
A false report of Democratic victories overturned in November 2017 elections because of voter fraud came from a website that publishes satirical fiction.
A probationary firefighter in Detroit was fired for brining a watermelon to a fire station full of mostly black firefighters in September 2017.