A recent story about a wealthy German shepherd named Gunther wasn't exactly what it seemed.
President Donald Trump lashed out at the NASCAR driver, falsely claiming that a noose found in his racetrack garage was a “hoax.”
The "Harry Potter" star became "the first famous person to be publicly confirmed," according to a bogus Twitter account.
Some at Trump's North Carolina rally said they doubted the deadly coronavirus even exists.
Trump, meanwhile, denounced criticism of his response to the threat as a “hoax” cooked up by his political enemies.
In a new op-ed on Fox News' website, Andrew Napolitano debunked Trump's "hoax" defense in his Senate impeachment trial.
Kansas police chief calls the incident a "black eye" on law enforcement.
Karol Sanchez told police that she orchestrated the hoax because of her relationship with her "overprotective" mother.
"This is someone who said white supremacy is a hoax," Democratic National Committee Vice Chair Michael Blake said.