A website that allows users to create fake tweets from public figures is behind false reports that U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee tweeted that President Trump is determined to start war with North Japan.
False claims that Nancy Pelosi is disgusted with President Trump for allowing people to keep more of the money that they earned under the GOP tax plan came from a website that generates fake tweets.
A website known for publishing fabricated reports is behind bogus claims that George Soros suffered a massive heart attack in Hungary on Christmas Eve.
Rumors that Sen. Kamala Harris had an affair with a married man and used it launch her political career have been circulating since the early 1990s, but they’re mostly fiction.
False rumors that Alabama State Police arrested 3 poll workers from Birmingham followed Doug Jones’ surprising win in Alabama’s special election.
False rumors that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals legalized Sharia Law came from websites that describe their content as “fiction.”
There’s no evidence to back claims that Washington Post reporter Beth Reinhard bribed women to falsely accuse Roy Moore of sexual assault.
Questions about Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s claims to Native-American heritage have been around since 2012, but there’s no definitive proof either way.
False rumors that an intel officer revealed President Obama could be the first president with a felony indictment date back to March 2017.
A pro-Trump column was incorrectly attributed to Dr. Marshall Kamena, former Democratic mayor of Livermore, California, in November 2017.