Rumors that Hillary Clinton secretly sent Ambassador Chris Stevens to Benghazi to recover Stinger missiles cannot be proven true or false.

U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee once said hurricane names were too "lily white," but that wasn't the first time hurricane naming was brought into social issues.

The United Nations hasn't demanded that the U.S. make reparations to black Americans, but a UN panel did suggest it in a report.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims Hillary Clinton pushed weapons into Syria that landed in the hands of ISIS.

Rumors are circulating that "In God We Trust" was removed from new dollar coins to avoid offending people.

South African President Zuma requested a Boeing 747 presidential jet, but some details about this rumor are false.

Congress just approved a $42.4 billion consumer rebate program that allows taxpayers to cash in on every purchase they make throughout the year.

Secretary of State John Kerry said the media should cover terrorism less so people don't know what's going on.

President Obama and the ATF are creating a backdoor ammo ban by reclassifying wetted nitrocellulose as a highly explosive material under federal explosives laws.

Speaking against food stamps, Maine Gov. Paul LePage said "hungry kids grow up to be better workers."