A website that publishes works of “Christian news satire” is behind false reports that House Democrats introduced a bill making it a hate crime to eat at Chick-fil-A because of the chain’s conservative views.
Planned Parenthood advocacy groups are part of a coalition that plans to spend $30 million on 2018 mid-term elections, but that money doesn’t come from government funding.
Mislabeled opinion pieces are behind false reports that Donald Trump changed Obama Highway back to Old Dixie Highway that surfaced in January 2018.
There’s no evidence to back claims that Washington Post reporter Beth Reinhard bribed women to falsely accuse Roy Moore of sexual assault.
Bogus rumors that Michael Moore was accused of sexual assault by four underage girls came from a website that publishes “satirical fiction.”
A column headlined “The Enemy Among Us” about Organizing for Action (OFA) has been incorrectly attributed to Charles Krauthammer.
A commentary titled “Why I Left California” makes claims about California laws, policies and proposals that are both true and fiction.
A law in Oregon allows authorities to confiscate guns from those deemed a danger to themselves or others, but parts of the law have been misrepresented.
There’s no evidence to support claims Charlottesville Police were told to stand down during white nationalist protests and counter-protests.
A hoax that Starbucks is giving away free or discounted products to undocumented Americans on “Dreamer Day” started on 4chan.