Paul Manafort's relationship with a Russian billionaire reportedly dates back to at least 2005.
Though still rare, the potential risks are significant enough for the Food and Drug Administration to suggest limiting these drugs’ use to cases of absolute necessity.
Nikolai Gorokhov, the lawyer for Russian whistleblower Sergei L. Magnitsky, was seriously injured days before he was to appear in court.
Reports of a Georgia man high on meth who went on a killing frenzy after binge-watching too many 'Walking Dead' episodes are fake news.
A report that the U.S. Attorney General said that marijuana caused more unwanted pregnancies were a hoax from a "hybrid" news site.
Partisans debate who deserves credit for the $100 million grant awarded by the EPA to Michigan for water infrastructure upgrades in Flint.
Multiple people were killed and injured before police shot the suspected attacker.
NASA scientists did not find a 'missing day' in time and thereby prove Biblical accounts to be true.
The "Palisades Park" songwriter also created the long-running game shows "The Dating Game" and "The Newlywed Game."
Reports that the controversial American civil rights activist was gunned down in Chicago are fake news.
The son of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee once killed a dog at Boy Scout camp, but the circumstances surrounding the act are unclear.
Sending cash via the U.S. Postal Service may not be advisable, but no law prohibits that activity.
A photograph showing American political consultant and conspiracy theory spreader Roger Stone with an unusual tattoo on his back is real.
Independent Journal Review suspended three staff members, including chief content officer Benny Johnson, for suggesting that Obama may have interfered in a Hawaii judge's ruling on the Trump travel ban.
Reports about President Obama's placement of a hubristic statue in the Oval Office are fake news.
A sharp blow to the gonads is a painful experience, but could it also be a deadly one?
Claims regarding the presence of formaldehyde in “Naked” products rely on the assumption that chemicals modified through reactions with other chemicals are still, somehow, the same chemical.
Reports that the former politician had been taken to a secure location after saying that he had evidence against Hillary Clinton were just fake news.
Reports that Hillary Clinton would be filling an open U.S. Senate seat in New York, vacated by a senator who resigned after being indicted for fraud, are fake news.
Science does not support the wild claims of potential health problems caused by this sticky DIY craze.