Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, was discharged from the U.S. Navy Reserves in 2014 after a failed drug test — and those reports resurfaced as breaking news in 2018.
Warnings about bottled water injected with poison that circulated on social media in March 2018 weren’t based on credible reports.
Details are disputed about Jimmy Coyne’s prayer request for his teenage grandson who was reportedly beaten by another student over an argument about a school walkout.
Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno said waiting periods on gun purchases were the “first step” in gun control — but she did not support a total firearms prohibition.
A column headlined “”Charles Krauthammer’s Interesting Take on President Trump” that argues Trump is a pragmatist has been incorrectly attributed to Krauthammer.
False claims that a funeral home employee was accidentally cremated while taking a nap on a stretcher came from a website that publishes works of fiction.
Details about “freedom checks’ are scarce, but most claims are tied to well-known dividend reinvestment plans that aren’t viewed as a way to get rich quick.
Outdated reports about an Easter egg recall from 2017 resurfaced in 2018 as an outdated warning about Target issuing a massive Easter egg recall.
Claims that Virginia social worker Storm Durham was fired for holding a concealed carry permit are refuted by her former employer, but there’s not enough evidence to prove or disprove them fully.
A satirical article of 1995 recasts the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War to make a point about gun rights, stating that 72 People Killed Resisting Gun Confiscation by National Guard.