Whoopi Goldberg didn’t say military widows love their 15 minutes in the spotlight, a fake news website started the rumor.
Unconfirmed claims have spread that more than 13,000 Marines applied for White House duty after President Trump was elected, signaling widespread military support.
Dr. Ben Carson’s essay on Muslims, which has been in widespread circulation since 2001, was not actually written by Ben Carson.
There’s no truth to claims that Facebook removed the Little Timmy Salutes the Flag photo because non-Americans found it hateful.
President Obama didn’t award himself the Department of Defense Medal for Public Service — he received the award Secretary of Defense Ash Carter.
Rumors that President Obama recalled all aircraft carriers were briefly true, but an aircraft carrier deployed days later.
Retired USMC Colonel Jeffrey A. Powers’ letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about player protests has gone viral.
“A General Mattis Christmas Story” tells the true tale of how Gen. James Mattis filled in for a young officer so the officer could spend Christmas with his family.
The Gold Star Family of Sgt. John Perry was booed by first class passengers aboard a flight to meet Perry’s remains because they were allowed to deplane first to catch a connecting flight.
California National Guard soldiers have been ordered to repay enlistment bonuses paid at the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.