Nope, more fake news.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Are a number of localities in the United States, France, and Britain considered Muslim "no-go zones" (operating under Sharia Law) where local laws are not applicable?
House Speaker John Boehner sad that President Barack Obama “won’t be far from the Phoenix VA facility, the epicenter of the VA scandal where dozens of veterans died while waiting for basic care.” How accurate is this shot?
Is Dearborn, Mich., the first U.S. city to implement Sharia law? No, it's more fake news.
Checking the claim that “San Diego today is the largest city in the United States that has run out of raw land."
Sen. Lindsey Graham went too far with his claim that the Obama administration has a policy of "not interrogating or detaining terrorist suspects anymore."
A town government decides not to fight a church/state lawsuit.
More jobs, higher paychecks, falling fuel prices: Our latest scorecard.
A timely inquiry, given the recent debates over race and homicides of and by police.
Examining the Democratic side of the Keystone XL argument — that the pipeline will hurt the environment and that the oil it carries will simply be sent overseas.
“At one San Diego public charter school, assaults on campus involving mostly black and Hispanic students occur almost daily,” wrote Vicki E. Alger, an education researcher, in a story for the National Review. Is that correct?
Nope, more fake news passed off as real.
Did President Barack Obama say during a 2012 speech that the "future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam"?
Was it OK for them to have been in the Klan because they were Democrats?
At the very least, citing a single (and relatively small) tax as the sole reason for current and future job cuts in the volatile industry is a misrepresentation.
Every once in a while bogus emails get revised, recycled – and widely recirculated. That is happening now with a viral email that purports to list income tax increases that take effect this year.
Senate Republicans soon plan to bring a vote on the Keystone XL pipeline as one of the first acts of their new majority status, and once again we find ourselves fact checking jobs claims related to the project.
Did Sarah Palin really say this: "White Privilege? With affirmative action, welfare, food stamps, and all those thugs getting athletic scholarships over more deserving white kids, I'd call it black privilege." No.
An odd image, but no sign of a massive conspiracy.
Is Joe Arpaio's lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration costing taxpayer money?