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A list that is circulating is fake.
The photo has been digitally altered.
The agency does not engage in domestic law enforcement.
An image of an alleged tweet is fake.
A viral video was edited to make it appear as if he did on Fox News.
Donald Trump made the claim after last week’s FBI search of his home.
An image depicting her posing with a shovel on the grave of Ivana Trump is digitally altered.
The company’s voting machines did not fail a ‘logic and accuracy’ test.
A claim from former OAN anchor Liz Wheeler is false.
Video from a 2021 resurfaces after the president’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
The former president did not make the widely shared statement.
No, but Customs and Border Protection officials are investigating questions officers asked her at an airport.
Viral claims are accurate, though a spokesman clarified that Biden was referring to a past diagnosis of non-melanoma skin cancer.