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On Nikki Haley and Boeing, U.S. troops in Ukraine, and transgender guidance in New Jersey schools.
Contrary to claims by Kevin McCarthy, yes.
A former journalist convicted on child pornography charges never investigated the sex trafficking conspiracy theory.
A news story relied on one unnamed source and the Israeli police have disputed it.
The GOP candidate made several misleading assertions about the nation and President Volodymyr Zelensky during last week's primary debate.
The Quds News Network deleted a post stating that ‘all ICU patients’ had died but the image is still circulating.
The claim is true, though no injuries were reported.
Investigations into the alleged practice were inconclusive.
No, but it did use geese to guard the border during the pandemic.
A Facebook video exaggerates reports that the government is distributing iodine tablets.
Elon Musk shared the image on Twitter.
The soldiers are from the Army and they are arriving in Romania.
The Israelis stressed that the Church of Saint Porphyrius was not a target.
Videos that attempt to ‘debunk’ claims about beheadings, assaults, and killings are inconclusive and misleading.
A 2014 story saying he spoke at a EURO convention cannot be verified.