Dr. Ben Carson's essay on Muslims, which has been in widespread circulation since 2001, was not actually written by Ben Carson.
A quote in which Ben Carson talks about abortion causing baby ghosts doesn't appear to be real.
Presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson responded to an atheist who called people who believe God “morons” with a one-liner that has gone viral on social media sites.
Half a trillion dollars of HUD bookkeeping errors were discovered, but those discoveries were made before Ben Carson was confirmed as HUD secretary.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson's office ordered a $31,000 dining set, but Carson said he was surprised by the purchase and asked that it be canceled.
Dr. Ben Carson has had his medical license revoked in all 50 states after making “brainless comments” on the campaign trail in his pursuit of the GOP presidential nomination.
Dr. Ben Carson has proposed a new biblical tax system in which the number of sins a person commits in a year would determine how much he or she has to pay in taxes.
As the political fervor roiled around sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in September 2018, a number of explanations and excuses for his purported behavior appeared even before the details of the reports were widely known. Some of these excuses bordered on the mystical; others ignored the border and just went straight […]