A convincingly produced video suggests Kamala Harris appeared on CNN to talk about sexual favors, but was there some deep-fake sorcery at work?
The alleged founder and leader of the Wagner Group was reported to be missing or even dead after Ukraine's strike on the mercenaries' base in the Donbas.
Promos for "Mike Lindell's MyStraw" and "Vax-Dar" were said to be among the advertisements seen on Trump's Truth Social app.
A viral video on Twitter appeared to show Florida governor Ron DeSantis on the flagship Fox show, speaking in support of the bureau's actions.
Newsweek Fact Check looks at the claims, rumors and potential fallout surrounding the Mar-a-Lago search warrant.
Trump reportedly pleaded the Fifth more than 440 times in New York—but was it the best move? Newsweek Fact Check investigates.
As Americans wait to learn what was seized at Mar-a-Lago, some insisted that Trump had special privileges. Newsweek Fact Check looked into the claim.
Footage of actor Steven Seagal filming in a Donetsk prison has reaffirmed his ties with Russia. Newsweek Fact Check traces the timeline of this relationship.
Madison Cawthorn's "half-baked" analogy likening the Mar-a-Lago raid to Ancient Rome fails to convince historians, Newsweek Fact Check found out.
Social media posts claim the judge who reportedly approved the Mar-a-Lago search was a Donald Trump appointee.
What of the FBI's raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home can we be certain of, and what's just hearsay? Newsweek Fact Check dives in.
A gruesome video of a Komodo dragon eating a fawn in a few bites captured Twitter's attention, with many asking if the video—and the beast itself—are even real.
WNBA star Brittney Griner, sentenced to nine years in prison, has been mistakenly called "male" in the past.
Several Western media outlets repeated the claim about the alleged Kim Jong Un offer of support to Putin, but what is the basis for the claim?
Messages sent by Alex Jones over the past two years may end up in the hands of the Jan 6 committee. Newsweek Fact Check looks into the potential fallout.
"Getting new forms of energy, feeding the grid, will ultimately reduce the price of electricity." Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona told Newsweek.
Donald Trump believes Joe Biden has broken a pledge not to tax Americans earning less than $400,000.
The U.S.-sourced weapons system is touted as a "game-changer" in the conflict, but has Russia taken down any of them? Newsweek Fact Check looked at the claims.
A resurfaced tweet accused Amber Heard of having red knuckles after purportedly violently attacking then-husband Depp before a night out in 2016.
Voters arrested for election fraud were overwhelmingly Trump supporters but were they the only ones?
Donald Trump's critics accused him of burying his ex-wife at his golf course to enjoy the tax breaks, but the story is not that simple.
Jon Stewart sent an expletive-ridden tweet to Ted Cruz for rejecting the toxic burn pit bill for American war veterans, triggering a social media feud.