False reports a message delivered by Sandra Bullock to Hillary Clinton about support for President Trump came from a fabricated report.
President Donald Trump lifted a ban on elephant trophy imports that was put in place by the Obama administration — but he later put the decision on hold.
A Mexico-Argentina trade deal was reached in October 2017. But the deal’s motivation, terms and economic impact have been misrepresented.
Myeshia Johnson didn’t accuse U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson of using her husband’s death as a political platform in a Facebook post called “Setting the Record Straight.”
A column headlined “The Enemy Among Us” about Organizing for Action (OFA) has been incorrectly attributed to Charles Krauthammer.
Jennifer Lawerence linked Mother Nature’s wrath to inactivity on climate change, but she didn’t blame President Trump for natural disasters.
A meme falsely claims that Donald Trump wrote in his 1987 book “The Art of the Deal” that being an atheist gives him a business edge over Christians.
A self-described fake news website is behind false reports that the feds arrested Jim Comey at 3 a.m.
Johnny Depp wasn’t arrested for conspiracy to assassinate the president under the Patriot Act — but the actor did make controversial remarks.
False claims that Robert Mueller advocated for one-world government and one-world religion are based on a quote from a man with a similar name.