Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno said waiting periods on gun purchases were the “first step” in gun control — but she did not support a total firearms prohibition.
False claims that Joe Kennedy’s home is surrounded by a wall are based on photos of an estate that the Kennedy family sold in 1995, when Joe was just 14.
“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.…
A pro-Trump column was incorrectly attributed to Dr. Marshall Kamena, former Democratic mayor of Livermore, California, in November 2017.
A column headlined “The Enemy Among Us” about Organizing for Action (OFA) has been incorrectly attributed to Charles Krauthammer.
A list of President Trump’s accomplishments in the opening months of his presidency contains claims that are true, false, misleading and disputed.
False claims that President Nixon pardoned John McCain after he was convicted of treason are based on earlier, false rumors.
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 reports that Barron Trump won a national science award for his work on the regulation of thermodynamics in shale rock came from a fake news website.
There’s no proof that President Trump is suffering from dementia or cognitive decline, and psychiatrists are barred from making such judgements from afar.