A fake news website is behind a false report that a Clinton Foundation cargo ship was raided and illegal contraband was found.
An essay allegedly written by Charles Krauthammer that calls the Clinton Foundation "organized crime" has been making the rounds.
The Clinton Foundation paid $375,000 to Khizr Khan's law firm for supporting Hillary Clinton.
Jessica Leeds, a woman who accused Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her in the 1980s, does not have the same phone number as the Clinton Foundation, despite reports.
EpiPen maker Mylan partnered with the Clinton Foundation before raising the price of the life-saving devices by 400 percent, sparking speculation that the Clintons profited from or enabled the price hikes.
It's been rumored that FBI Director James Comey didn't prosecute Hillary Clintons because he received millions from the Clinton Foundation.
A fake news report alleges that the Clinton Foundation purchased $137 million in illegal arms that would be smuggled into the U.S. immediately after the 2016 election.
False reports that the FBI arrested 22 Clinton Foundation employees one day after reopening an investigation are based on reports from fake news websites based in Panama.
Claims that Dr. Dean Lorich, who exposed Clinton Foundation corruption, was found dead in December 2017 twist factual events into a a baseless conspiracy theory that's not supported by facts.