The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is, believe it or not, in Michigan.
While we're not sure exactly what this substance is, these images are real.
President Trump's lawyers offered a stew of falsehoods and conspiracy theories in a desperate effort to claim he did not lose the election.
https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/cuomo-vaccine-bad-news-trump/ In November 2020, a raft of Republican
Avid viewers of Tucker Carlson’s nightly program on Fox News are in luck: The host is not leaving the network, despite rumors swirling on social media. A Nov. 15 Facebook post shows a screenshot of what appears to be a post from Carlson on Parler, a
Republican lawmakers and right-leaning commentators seized upon remarks made by the New York Democrat during an interview on "Good Morning America."
A judge dismissed a defamation case against Carlson stating that "he is not a provider of 'the news' as we know it, or 'facts.'"
The suggestion shocked many Newsmax readers.
Clickbait headlines on several Pakistani news articles published in November 2020 claim that British film producer Jemima Goldsmith, ex-wife of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, has given birth to a baby girl. The articles were shared hundreds of ti
Did Fox News confirm that philanthropist George Soros owns the social media platform Parler? No, that's not true: This is a doctored chyron that Fox News never aired. The claim appeared in a Tweet (archived here) published on November 11,
Some called out Trump's eldest daughter for celebrating the AP's Alaska call, while ignoring the same outlet's calling the election overall for Joe Biden.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/media/2020/11/09/fox-news-kayleigh-mcenany-cut-away-fraud/ Fox News cut
The relationship between the current US president and Fox News has been close since Trump declared his candidacy in 2015.
It is challenging to take something away that was never given in the first place.
Did Fox news cancel Judge Jeanine's show? No, that's not true. Fox News denied the claim, saying in an email to Lead Stories that her absence was due to "election coverage," and that she would be back on the air the following weekend. The
Quick Take President Donald Trump’s campaign pushed an altered image of a Washington Times front page to cast doubt on the 2020 election calls made by news outlets. The newspaper never ran the purported front page, declaring Al Gore the winner of
Questions swirled over whether the wrong Four Seasons was the site of the conference.
The steady counting of votes that has moved Democrat Joe Biden closer to the presidency is exposing rifts at Fox News Channel.
Quick Take An inaccurate graphic on a local TV station briefly showed one Pennsylvania county with more mail-in votes than the number of ballots it had received. The graphic was quickly corrected, but Facebook users are now sharing screenshots of it t
Does an apparent TV news graphic featuring a Detroit voter roll lawsuit indicate that there are thousands of duplicate voter registrations and dead registered voters? No, that's not true: The graphic contains figures from a lawsuit filed
Does a TV news graphic show voter fraud in Pennsylvania with more mail-in votes counted than were sent to voters or received by the elections office? No, that's not true: The on-air graphic used a number that mistakeningly combined the to
https://www.politifact.com/article/2020/oct/30/looking-news-coverage-hunter-biden-story-other-cou/ On O
As she prepares to moderate the final presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee, NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker faces unfounded accusations on social media that claim she’s biased toward Democrats. Welker has not donated thousan
https://www.voanews.com/episode/search-credible-election-news-4454046 The spread of misinformation make
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/18/business/media/new-york-post-hunter-biden.html The New York Post’s
Did OAN reporter Chanel Rion post messages on the 4Chan's forum promising a pending "big news dump" about Joe Biden that would result in the election being postponed? No, that's not true: Rion, who works for One America News Network, made
U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to share a piece of satire as if it were genuine news.
Did Twitter shut down its entire network to slow the spread of negative news about Joe Biden? No, that's not true: the story was published by The Bablylon Bee (a satire website) after Twitter did experience some downtime shortly after a c
Did the crowd at a rally in Virginia raise their arms to salute President Donald Trump in a gesture like the infamous "Sieg Heil!" salute used by the Nazi Party? No, that's not what is happening in this photo. Most of the raised hands in
Did Joe Biden and Kamala Harris promote a campaign event in Phoenix on October 8, 2020, and hardly anyone turned out for it? No, that's not true: Video of Fox10 reporter Nicole Garcia reporting from outside the Heard Museum in Phoenix was
Fox News is up to five times more likely to use the word “hate” in its programming than its main competitors.
It's decidedly difficult to remove something that never existed.
Fox News Channel's Steve Doocy apologized “for any confusion” in reporting a now-debunked story about the mayor of Nashville, Tennessee, supposedly concealing the number of coronavirus cases linked to bars and restaurants in that city because they
Has President Trump signed nine executive orders to combat child trafficking, with those orders not getting public coverage? No, that's not true: Trump has signed two executive orders that specifically mention human trafficking. Both were
A scene that has unfolded in many cities and small towns this year is the product of fear and conflict stoked by bogus posts on social media, right-wing news outlets, and even some of the nation’s most powerful leaders.
Does the appearance of the number 33 in a collection of news reports about COVID-19 cases represent anything that needs explaining? No. COVID-19 cases have been counted and reported around the world for hundreds of days. There is nothing
Did CBS News use a photo of a Trump rally for Latinos and show it as a Biden rally? No, that's not true. A CBS Evening News segment that aired on September 15, 2020, used video -- not a still image -- of Trump supporters in Florida to ill
Quick Take Social media posts are using an image of a CBS News report to accuse the network of misrepresenting a campaign event for President Donald Trump as one for former Vice President Joe Biden. That’s false. The report’s voiceover was
The questions were tough. But the president kept responding with falsehoods. Here's a guide to 24 of them.