A Russian mining company sold asbestos with President Trump’s face stamped on it as a seal of approval after the EPA allowed new uses of asbestos in the United States in a policy reversal.
A website known for spreading disinformation is behind false reports that Rep. Ateesha Nubbins introduced a bill banning voters older than 60.
Frozen vegetable recalls have been issued in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom after a listeria outbreak killed nine. But the recall does not apply to frozen vegetables sold in America.
False reports that drivers can be ticketed $250 under a Florida cell phone law have gone viral on Facebook.
False claims that Maxine Waters called for an ‘illegal immigrant’ to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court are based on a digitally-altered image.
There’s no credible evidence that Sketchers lightable shoes — or any other brand of lightable shoes — are a fire hazard and can injure children.
A Houston woman named Lennie Reisch wrote about her experience coming to the U.S. from Cuba as an unaccompanied minor in a viral Facebook post.
There’s no way to prove or disprove claims that Red Hen owner Stephanie Wilkinson partners with a registered sex offender because they’re based on a single, unverifiable account.
FBI Special Agent David Raynor was not murdered with his own gun days before he was scheduled to testify against Hillary Clinton. Raynor died in a murder-suicide with his estranged wife.
Bill Clinton’s 1996 immigration law changed procedures for immigrants seeking asylum, but it did not require the prosecution or separation of families that crossed the border.