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.
A fabricated news report is behind false accounts that a CIA agent confessed to murdering Bob Marley on his deathbed.
False claims that chilling items found in Las Vega shooter Stephen Paddock’s room link him to President Obama are based on a series of fabricated reports.
A fake news website is behind false claims that a CIA agent confessed that he took part in the demolition of World Trade Center 7, the third building destroyed on 9/11.
Johnny Depp wasn’t arrested for conspiracy to assassinate the president under the Patriot Act — but the actor did make controversial remarks.
An admitted fake news website is behind false reports that steel barrel graves have been uncovered at the Clinton Estate.
A hoax report is behind false claims that Democratic Senator Hal Lindsay was arrested and was later killed while in protective custody.
A fake news website is behind false reports that Bill Clinton’s love child, Danney Williams, was found dead under suspicious circumstances in May 2017.
Vince Foster’s body has not been exhumed for an autopsy, and Foster’s cause of death has not been changed as a result of the autopsy.
Rumors that Sasha and Malia Obama’s biological father is suing Barack and Michelle Obama were started by a website known for publishing fake news stories.