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Anti-immigration policy hardliners evolved cheek by jowl with pro-eugenics and conservation groups.
Nunes owns stock in a California winery that says it sold 22 cases of wine to a Russian distributor in 2013.
Downeast Direct Cremations has offered the service for free to contest winners, attracting the attention of meme groups.
A photograph purporting to show two great white sharks swimming in the Mississippi River depicts bull sharks, not great whites, and was taken in Costa Rica.
Chairman Lamar Smith dismissed commentary presented during testimony on climate change because it came from the journal Science — one of the oldest and most prestigious scientific publications in existence.
LGBT data were not previously included in any U.S. census, but an altered report suggested the Census Bureau was considering the topic for inclusion for 2020.
Hyperpartisan web sites spread the false claim that Attorney General Jeff Sessions will be disbarred thanks to a letter of complaint signed by 2,000 U.S. lawyers.
Not according to the data.
Police in Indonesia say that a missing man's body was discovered inside a seven-meter-long python.
The Internal Revenue Service granted nonprofit status in 2014 to an organization that now sponsors "After School Satan" clubs, two years before they were created.
A photograph showing a pregnant Melania Trump in a bikini reappeared more than a decade after it was first published.
A quote from the founder of Cornerstone Church about the relative bust size of gay women was fake.
An Indiana man's question for the popular food and retail chain sparked a wave of online heckling towards the company.
Both German and U.S. government officials deny a media report that President Trump presented German Chancellor Angela Merkel with a multi-billion dollar NATO bill.
The M-44 "cyanide ejector device" is widely used by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to cull predator species such as coyotes, foxes, and feral dogs.
A familiar urban legend about retail environments and human trafficking popped up again in a viral Facebook post about a Southern California IKEA store.
The House Intelligence Committee chair was a speaker at an event for public figures and officials held at Donald Trump's hotel in Washington, D.C.
A DNC tweet celebrating a Republican setback featured an altered version of a message from the Party for Socialism and Liberation.
Claims that this invasive species presents a 911-level emergency overstate the risk that they pose to humans, and conflate ecological risks with medical ones.
Reports that a female mortuary worker was arrested after becoming pregnant by one of the corpses she was preparing for burial are fake news.