Journalists are reporting that rising seas caused by global warming are sinking the Pacific island nation of Kiribati, but scientific studies have found that its land area is actually growing.
A diverse range of studies have found that most federal civilian employees are paid better than comparable workers in the private-sector.
Activists are calling a gubernatorial candidate racist for using the term “monkey this up.” The press is spreading these charges while failing to reveal that others have used this phrase in the same way: as a synonym for “mess things up.”
A recent SAT exam used an error-filled, slanted article about solar energy that misleads students in ways that can cause serious harm.
People in the media claim that Trump’s criticism of the press will lead to violence against them, but according to their own logic, the media are repeatedly guilty of this.
By using loaded language and omitting a key fact, the Washington Post is propagating a false narrative about the death of Michael Brown.
President Trump repeatedly condemned the white supremacists in Charlottesville, but a historian is claiming he praised them, and the Washington Post is spreading this smear.
The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution does not grant citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants, visitors, or tourists.
Comprehensive facts from the Obama administration disprove media allegations that illegal immigrants are more law-abiding than the U.S. public.