By Wednesday morning, it became apparent there would be no takedown of a U.S. senator.
James Tracy claimed Florida Atlantic University violated his First Amendment Rights when it fired him in 2016.
Boosted by a siege mentality and stigma, conspiracy theorists are telling Russians that HIV diagnoses are not real.
Will America ever know what really happened?
President Donald Trump once called Saudi Arabia "the world's biggest funder of terrorism," but seems closer than ever with the traditional U.S. ally.
An emerging conspiracy theory claims Hillary Clinton and others have already been indicted and are wearing ankle bracelets.
Fake photographic evidence was even provided.
Russia's Defense Ministry blamed the embarrassing error on a civil service employee, but provided new images it said were "irrefutable evidence" of U.S.-ISIS ties.
Even Bernie Sanders is apparently to blame.
The former interim chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee wrote about the unsolved murder of Seth Rich in her new book.
Oswald met with a KGB agent and called and wrote to Soviet diplomatic missions, the new files show, but Moscow insisted he was "mentally unstable."
Hoover also feared that details about Oswald's movements could damage the U.S.'s reputation.
One family is suing the U.S. government over its refusal to hand over files on a missing Korean War veteran who may have been taken to Russia.
Trump retweeted a clip from Fox News alleging that one staffer's lawyer has ties to the Clintons.
Jones's reported "health expert" falsely claims to be an MIT alum, Oliver says.
Forensic-psychology experts with the Profiling Project spent three months trying to confirm or debunk conspiracy theories about Democratic National Committee emails and WikiLeaks.
The internet entrepreneur, who is fighting extradition to the U.S., claims Rich contacted him as early as 2014 and was involved in the DNC leaks.