Former president Trump claims extraordinary approval ratings despite threat of prosecution, but what do the polls say?
A photo of Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan in the Red Square features another famous leader, social media users have speculated.
Russia is being mocked on social media after allegedly saying it had destroyed 44 Ukrainian HIMARS, more than the country possesses. But are the reports true?
Posts across Instagram and TikTok suggest a 42 percent decrease in as many years. But is there any scientific basis to these claims?
Photos taken at the Mar-a-Lago raid have given us fresh clues about what information Donald Trump had. Newsweek Fact Check digs through the pile.
Senator Josh Hawley, previously seen in a video running from Jan. 6 rioters, was quoted as supposedly predicting chaos if Donald Trump is charged.
A candid photo of the president appears to show him alone, talking to a rough sleeper on the streets of D.C.
Facebook founder and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke about the Hunter Biden laptop story on Joe Rogan's podcast.
The Republican senator from Texas picked up NTU analysis about the cost of forgiving student loan debt.
Photos on social media show a pinhole filter for restricting water use in drought-hit California. But the images lack important context.
Star Wars' Mark Hamill tweeted a list of Florida's "banned books" which included Lord of the Rings.
Nobody, least of all Vladimir Putin, thought Ukraine could hold off his invading army. What the Russian leader got wrong, and why.
An online filing for Trump's DOJ lawsuit, shared on Twitter, suggests there are no lawyers on the case, making him a pro se litigant. But is that true?
Texas Republican's CNN comments on Trump, the DOJ and SCOTUS protests have come under scrutiny. Newsweek Fact Check sifts through the Jake Tapper interview.
Heche was purported to be among of group of recently deceased celebrities working on documentaries that would expose a Hollywood cabal of child abusers.
Eric Trump posted a selfie ahead of Fox News' Hannity with what some social media users have alleged were Mar-a-Lago security details.
Rayla Campbell, who is running for Secretary of State in Massachusetts, was said to have been "detained" for possession of LGBT-friendly children's book.
Ousted Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney appeared to compare Matt Gaetz to a Family Guy character. Or did she?
Claims on Reddit suggest the largest meteorite to have ever hit earth's has already been discovered.
Despite cutting prices to clear unwanted goods from its shelves, big-box Target's inventory rose 1.6 percent this quarter—and its profits plunged 90 percent.
A clip of Ohio Rep Jim Jordan was shared in which he appeared to claim that more than a dozen FBI agents had contacted him about the Mar-a-Lago search.