Rush Limbaugh claimed the coronavirus was only a way to get rid of President Donald Trump.
The "flat Earth" conspiracy theorist was killed while filming a new series for the Science Channel. He was 64.
China's ambassador to the U.S. accused Cotton of trying to create panic that will undermine the battle against the virus.
Republican senators blocked evidence and used lies, conspiracy theories and convoluted arguments to defend their leader.
The president's sons and campaign officials are pushing disinformation that the Democratic vote was "rigged."
The Google-owned company reiterated its 2016 guidelines for this year's election: No "birtherism" conspiracies and no "deepfake" videos allowed on the platform.
University lecturers have accused rescue workers the White Helmets of mass murder in Syria – to condemnation from Amnesty International and others.
On Thursday, Twitter blew up with a conspiracy theory that the Houston Astros second baseman wore an electronic device during games to tip himself off to incoming pitches.
“They said, ‘Thanks, but no thanks,’” an adviser said of the White House's response.
Cynthia Abcug got caught up in the conspiracy theory and stopped going to therapy, her daughter told authorities in Colorado.
Charles Payne joked that the Canadian Broadcasting Co. must have had "Trump derangement syndrome" in 2014 when it cut the future president from the film.
A White House official is reportedly claiming the former first lady and secretary of state "purposely lost the 2016 election with the aid of Russian hacking."
Comet Ping Pong, a D.C. pizza place, has been targeted in the “Pizzagate” right-wing conspiracy theory.
CNN's chief legal analyst revealed the main takeaway of the Justice Department inspector general's report.
The senator and staunch Trump defender says he's "1,000% confident" Russia, not Ukraine, meddled in the 2016 U.S. election.
The CNN host blasted Texas Republican Randy Weber with a fact-check straight to his face.
It's all about sowing doubt about the president's dealings with Ukraine, said the CNN host.
The “Late Night” host roasted the president over his latest bonkers claim.
The nearly hourlong phone call on the president's favorite morning show devolved into a soliloquy.
She compared the attacks against the Jewish billionaire philanthropist to a notorious anti-Semitic pamphlet published in the early 1900s.