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.
“Core Competency: Read Please and Wake Up America!” Commentary on Facebook-Truth! & Fiction! Summary of eRumor: A column headlined “Core Competency: Read Please and Wake Up America!” has circulated on Facebook. The Truth: The “Core Competency” ...
False claims that Canada pays illegal refugees $3,874 per month are based on a misleading document posted on Facebook.
A commentary titled "Why I Left California" makes claims about California laws, policies and proposals that are both true and fiction.
The Sacramento City Council approved a program that will pay gang members not to commit violent acts, but key details have been misrepresented.
Claims about the White House staff sizes of President Trump and President Obama that began circulating in July 2017 are a combination of truth and fiction.
False claims about Congress passing the American with No Abilities Act stem from a satirical report that appeared in The Onion in 1998.
A fake news website is behind false reports that President Obama has submitted plans for a burial plot that will cost taxpayers $120 million.
A fake news website started rumors that President Trump sent Michelle Obama a bill for $11 billion that she'll never be able to repay.
Claims about President Trump's travel expenses compared to President Obama's are disputed, and actual travel costs for Trump aren't yet known.