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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.
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Madison Cawthorn's "half-baked" analogy likening the Mar-a-Lago raid to Ancient Rome fails to convince historians, Newsweek Fact Check found out.
A picture of what experts think may be a giant Nomura's jellyfish has gone viral on Reddit as the species plagues the South Korean coast.
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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.
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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.
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.
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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.
A viral image of the former-president's current spouse shovelling atop his ex-wife's grave caused an uproar on Twitter but is it real?
Dozens of repetitive tweets praising Biden led some to think the Dems were spreading propaganda. Newsweek Fact Check investigated the mysterious copypasta case.
Twitter users fueled rumors that footage of President Joe Biden was faked using computer technology.
A video of Russia's military chief proclaiming that "there will be Soviet Union again" was shared widely among pro-Ukraine accounts and some Western diplomats.
VP Kamala Harris fueled confusion and "woke" jibes after sharing her pronouns and describing her dress at White House event.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said it was "insanity", calling Dems the "anti-religious party," but how will the funding be allocated?
As cases of COVID-19 variant BA.5 spread quickly, new claims and misinformation about vaccines and global health authorities have surfaced.
Russell Brand's Under The Skin podcast hosted some of Chomsky's most startling views on the USSR and Russia yet, with comparisons unfavourable to the U.S.
A White House blog says recession is too narrowly defined, just as latest GDP figures are about to land. Some saw the post as an attempt to muddy the waters.