Despite preliminary indications that the Trump family's government-paid travel expenses are higher than the Obamas', Internet rumors exaggerate the disparity.
A disreputable web site published an illogical and inaccurate conspiracy theory about a valet worker who reportedly had a brush with the Las Vegas gunman.
Volunteer veterans, journalists, and others claim that FEMA is providing "meals" that are little more than unhealthy snacks to hurricane victims, but a FEMA spokesperson says images circulating online misrepresent what the agency is doing to help Puerto Ricans.
While a discovery from 2016 did reveal the presence of a small asteroid trapped in Earth’s orbit, this object cannot be classified as a moon.
A photograph showing a home with a green lawn surrounded by charred land is real, but the back story accompanying it is incomplete.
Divers did uncover the ruins of Thonis-Heracleion, but the discovery was not new in 2017 — contrary to the claims of clickbait articles.
An image purportedly showing a woman who was pierced by a urine icicle originated on a 1990s-era British television show.
A video showing a little girl hanging on to a door on a windy day is real, but it was not captured during the hurricane or in Ireland.
While the danger from the deadliest, most destructive cluster of blazes in California history was not over, the smoky skies started to clear in some places.
The coroner in Las Vegas says the body of the man who unleashed the deadliest mass shooting in modern history was sent to Stanford University for study.
Hertha Berlin nodded to social struggles in the United States by kneeling before its Bundesliga home game on 14 October 2017.
Portuguese media are reporting that the death toll in the country's spate of deadly wildfires has risen to 31, with several others missing.
The hashtag, started by actress Alyssa Milano, drew an immediate — and overwhelming — response.
Michella Flores was at the Las Vegas concert during the mass shooting; the next week, she and her parents lost their California home to wildfires.
Reports about a creepy clown massacre involving a haunted house attraction are fake news.
Larry Flynt asks for any "smoking gun" that is fit to publish and drives President Trump from office.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation into law requiring pet stores in the state to exclusively sell rescue dogs, cats and rabbits.
Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign tried to distance him from a 1972 essay in which he wrote that a woman "fantasizes being raped by three men simultaneously."
We were unable to substantiate a claim that Donald Trump was denied a license by the Nevada Gaming Commission because he was not "trustworthy."