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The authentic video from 2019 shows that his hair stayed in place.
They are not responsible for wildfires in Hawaii or Chile—and painting your roof blue won’t protect you from them.
The editor of a right-wing website mischaracterized a statement he made about Russian disinformation and the border crisis.
The company has acknowledged underperforming projections due to lagging sales in the Middle East.
The Russian president made a series of false or misleading statements.
Allegations that 150 women died in a clinical trial can’t be confirmed, but the company has long acknowledged that its predecessor facilitated atrocities.
Trump claimed he did not support the senator’s 2022 election bid.
Trump adviser Stephen Miller made several false or misleading claims.
A viral video that prompted calls for her resignation featured incorrect subtitles.
Expectant mothers can be inoculated safely against COVID, RSV, the flu, and other illnesses.
Advocates for sexual assault victims pushed for similar laws for years prior to the Carroll lawsuit.
Haley conceded that Trump won after both Iowa and New Hampshire.
Independent voters were welcome, but registered Democrats could not participate.
A tweet from the account of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport contains inaccurate information.
A pilot program ‘would modernize documentation provided to some noncitizens’ but would not allow unauthorized immigrants to vote.
The judge postponed the proceedings because a juror and Trump’s own lawyer were ill.