Military

Frank Schaeffer's 2002 essay "John is My Heart," also known as "My Heart is on the Line," has been widely circulated since it was first published by the Washington Post in 2002.

A photo showing an extra from the set of "Madam Secretary" was misidentified as a servicemember named John Welch who was denied service at a pizzeria.

The Trump Organization has not been awarded a lucrative contract to rebuild the Syrian airfield that President Trump bombed, that rumor started as satire.

Whoopi Goldberg didn't say military widows love their 15 minutes in the spotlight, a fake news website started the rumor.

Unconfirmed claims have spread that more than 13,000 Marines applied for White House duty after President Trump was elected, signaling widespread military support.

A photo of a young Nazi soldier has been misidentified as George Soros — George Soros wasn't a Nazi.

"A General Mattis Christmas Story" tells the true tale of how Gen. James Mattis filled in for a young officer so the officer could spend Christmas with his family.

The Gold Star Family of Sgt. John Perry was booed by first class passengers aboard a flight to meet Perry's remains because they were allowed to deplane first to catch a connecting flight.

The Navy plans to name a ship in honor of gay rights activist Harvey Milk.

Philip Jennings, a former Marine Corps pilot, has written a commentary "A Secretary Without Honor" about Hillary Clinton's email scandal.