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.
False reports that Barron Trump won a national science award for his work on the regulation of thermodynamics in shale rock came from a fake news website.
The Golden State Warriors hadn’t made a decision about visiting the White House when reports that they would snub President Trump went viral.
Claims that the U.S. paid $1 billion into the Green Climate Fund while the world’s biggest polluters are both true and misleading.
The meaning of President Trump’s “covfefe” tweet is unknown, but the most obvious explanation that it was a simple typo that went uncorrected.
A fake Twitter account made it appear that Maxine Water mistook high and low tide on Venice Beach for side effects of climate change.
The Secret Service is investigating Kathy Griffin for posing with a replica of President Trump’s decapitated head during a photoshoot.
President Trump hasn’t signed an order prohibiting impeachment, that rumor started with a website that publishes political satire.