The NFL’s Washington Redskins dismissed various hoax news stories on Wednesday that claimed the NFL team decided to change its name to the “Washington Redhawks.”
Reporter Glenn Kessler found late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s Monday monologue on the Children’s Health Insurance Program contained many inconsistencies with the truth.
A Washington Post fact checker on Tuesday gave House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) “three Pinocchios” for her tweet claiming that the new Conceal Carry Reciprocity Act would invite “violent criminals,” “convicted stalkers,” and “domestic abusers” to carry guns.
Multiple reports published Friday threw cold water on a CNN story that said the Trump campaign received advance WikiLeaks information in an email, reporting that the information in the email was already public.
The Washington Post fact checker gave Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez and Sen. Jeff Merkley (D., Ore.) a “four Pinocchio” rating for falsely claiming on Twitter that the Republican tax bill would slash education and health benefits to give a tax break to private jet owners.
Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) called on Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore to “immediately step aside” on Thursday in the wake of a report that he initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old when he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney.
Newly released public records show Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam’s campaign coordinated with the Latino Victory Fund (LVF), the organization that released a race-bating ad smearing Republican candidate Ed Gillespie’s supporters as racist.
Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler on Monday called out former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for an inaccurate tweet she wrote about the Las Vegas mass shooting.
A Washington Post staff writer penned an op-ed for HuffPost on Friday in which he attacked his paper’s owner, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, for treating his employees “poorly.”
Newly released emails show reporters telling the Obama Department of Justice that they were unenthusiastic about covering the tarmac meeting between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch during the 2016 campaign.