Daily Caller, Fox News Delete Video Celebrating “Liberal Protesters” Getting “Pushed Out of the Way by Cars”
A controversial January article from Daily Caller, which was picked up by Fox News, has been quietly scrubbed from both outlets’ websites.
News articles accurately describe the settlement and compensation terms of a real lawsuit involving major cruise companies.
An authentic quote from Lincoln has attracted renewed attention, along with some commentary that oversimplifies his views on race.
Clashes with neo-Nazis in Charlottesville did not inspire "leftists" to demand the removal of a statue of Theodore Roosevelt in New York City.
Flyers calling for the murder of white children were not created or distributed by an anti-fascist group.
Fake news web sites floated an incoherent story alleging that a white supremacist arrested for vehicular attack in Charlottesville, Virginia is a Democrat who met with Obama in the White House.
A transcript of Trump's remarks appeared to show him aligning himself with neo-Nazi marchers, but audio of the specific remark is unclear.
The President appeared to cancel out his earlier unequivocal condemnation of white supremacists and neo-Nazis, provoking widespread criticism.
Days after a deadly white supremacist rally in Virginia that was sparked by plans to take down a Confederate statue, officials removed similar statues in Baltimore.
Sgt. Ray Kelly blamed "a comedy of errors" for retweeting a livestream aired by Richard Spencer.
Bill Baxley wrote the famously succinct letter to a KKK Grand Dragon in 1976 in response to threats intended to intimidate him.
A report by CBS News highlights a nearly 100 percent termination rate in the pregnancies of Icelandic women whose fetuses test positive for Down syndrome in genetic screenings, but some have mischaracterized this report.
Various right-leaning sources immediately — and inaccurately — identified the driver of the vehicle that plowed through a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville as a "radical leftist."
News articles accurately describe real signs posted around a hotel in Arosa, Switzerland that were widely condemned as anti-Semitic.
Did the Department of Justice Request Detailed Information About All Visitors to an Anti-Trump Website?
A web hosting company says they are being compelled to turn over all information about an anti-Trump site that helped organize Inauguration Day protests.
Internet speculation about a Craigslist advertisement does not appear to be based on any concrete evidence.
President Donald Trump's condemnation of hate groups angered white supremacists and neo-Nazis who supported and felt emboldened by his campaign.
Fleas in two Arizona counties tested positive for the presence of the plague, but the risk to humans remains small.
President Trump retweeted, then quickly deleted, a cartoon of a train hitting a CNN reporter, leaving some to wonder if the posting was real.