There is no proof that a viral image insulting the president has been posted "all over" the hurricane-damaged territory.
Two conservative radio hosts claimed without proof that an unnamed source revealed a retaliation planned by the Raiders' offensive line.
There is no proof that a vague post the day before the anniversary of 9/11 "predicted" the mass shooting on 1 October 2017.
A meme with a fabricated quote painted the U.S. Representative as having been shockingly insensitive to the Las Vegas shooting victims.
The New York Times published a wide-ranging expose revealing decades of alleged sexual harassment against women by Weinstein
The $1.1 million prize was given to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, based in Geneva, Switzerland.
The deadliest mass shooting in modern American history has led to a cacophony of rumors, hoaxes, and conspiracy theories.
Internal Revenue Service officials said temporarily re-upping an existing identity verification contract with Equifax was a stopgap measure to prevent service interruptions.
News reports accurately describe a decision made by Tennessee businessman Allan Jones.
Law enforcement will be barred from asking people about their immigration status or participating in federal immigration enforcement activities.
An apparent altercation between concert-goers was blown out of proportion, and the witness who reported the threats has changed her view on their significance.
Did Trump Administration Refuse Puerto Rico’s Request to Allow Food Stamps to be Used for Hot Meals?
The Department of Agriculture agreed to waive the usual "hot food" ban for food stamps and denies rejecting an earlier waiver request.
Statistics do not demonstrate that crime rates in Australia have increased substantially since the government instituted a gun buy-back program in 1997.
The company will now charge $11 per month, instead of $10, for the HD and multi-device plan.
Several Niger soldiers were also killed in a suspected Al-Qaida attack during a joint patrol near the Mali border.
Authorities trying to piece together the final days before Stephen Paddock killed 58 Vegas concertgoers have one potential lead: his gambling habits.
Paddock led such a low-key, private life that no one seemed to know him well, and those who did had no sense he was capable of the Las Vegas massacre.
Investigators have so far been stymied by the secret life Stephen Paddock appeared to lead before the attack on a concert on the Las Vegas Strip.
A contrast of radically different gun laws and homicide rates in Honduras and Switzerland is based on flawed premises.
Senators Richard Burr and Mark Warner said during a press conference that Christopher Steele has not accepted offers to talk to the Intelligence Committee.