Congress as approved S.J. Res. 34, which allows internet service providers to sell customers' personal browsing and usage data.

Hillary Clinton played a role in approving a Russian uranium deal, but she didn't personally sell America's uranium to Russia.

Claims that Congress has approved killing hibernating wolves and bears are technically true, but they're also misleading.

President Trump's budget would cut grants that support local Meals on Wheels programs — but the status of other federal funding sources is unclear.

A warning about bills introduced in Congress while Americans were distracted by "Russian spy drama" contains claims that are true, false and somewhere in between.

The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has not proposed a "white tax" or a "black tax" on people who have benefited from "white privilege."

President Trump didn't announce $612 stimulus checks for deserving Americans, that's fake news.

Congressman Steve King made controversial remarks about dogfighting in 2012, but he didn't necessarily say it should be legal.

Coretta Scott King acknowledged then-Senator Jeff Sessions in a 2000 speech — but claims that King "thanked" Sessions are false.

Meryl Streep has not been fired from a major for lying about Donald Trump at the Golden Globes, the rumor started with a fake news website.