In this web exclusive, Bill Moyers and four historians dissect the big lie Trump rode to power.
WND's coverage of the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton -- in which Trump's birtherism came up -- is an example of WND fleeing from the legacy it owns.
The news that Donald Trump has renounced birtherism (in front of the cameras, anyway) has to be a blow to WorldNetDaily, which helped Trump behind the scenes with his birther obsession.
Given the bizarre and bitter nature of American politics today and the relevance of a 226 year old document to the 21st century, a repeat of Bush v Gore in 2016 with a Cruz v Constitution petition is not entirely unimaginable.
As the AP noted, Obama's father came to the United States from Kenya for school and returned to his home country after his
Fattah said that immigration reform should be allowed to come up for debate and a vote on the House floor after Rep. John
Orly Taitz, who gained notoriety with her lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama's eligibility to serve as president
Omar Obama's appearance in court was prompted by a 2011 drunken driving arrest, after which he faced deportation. He was
Rafael Cruz, father of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), told a tea party group in 2012 he thinks President Barack Obama should go "back to Kenya."
Watch a video of Cruz's remarks above, and read more from Mother Jones here. Cruz has also become more public about his thoughts