Dramatic footage of huge explosions were linked to unverified rumors of a coup in China, but where and when did it really happen?
Video of Chinese tanks "near the Russian border" claimed to be part of strike against "Evil NATO," while others speculated it was a sign of imminent invasion.
Pro-Donald Trump states have been targeted on social media for appearing to receive more and pay less, despite tax and spending criticism from the GOP.
Donald Trump used "Peekaboo" as a nickname for Black attorney general suing him for $250m, fueling speculation and outrage on social media.
Clips appearing to show Joe Biden wandering aimlessly on the stage after a speech have been viewed millions of times online.
As the former President's legal woes pile on, many wonder just where the case brought against him in Manhattan ranks among the threats?
Pro-Moscow commentators expressed outrage at the "betrayal" they saw in a mass prisoner swap that saw dozens of Mariupol defenders returned to Kyiv.
Dilbert comics were pulled from over 70 newspapers this week, Adams said—but what was the reason? Newsweek Fact Check assesses what happened.
Will Judge Dearie's hand in Trump adviser investigation spell trouble for the special master? Newsweek Fact Check looked into the speculative claims.
A Twitter user has dubiously claimed the monk is the oldest person in the world and was found in a state of deep meditation.
A video of Biden driving to Queen Elizabeth II's funeral suggested he was taunted with chant, but did it happen?
The controversy around the initiative to transport migrants across state lines by Republican governors gathers pace, but what does the law say?
Russia claims to have "destroyed" Ukrainian special forces team near Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant.
Hundreds of the large reptiles have been seen gathered on a beach in a video viewed millions of times.
U.S. intelligence officials are gun-shy about making predictions. But "Putin has to be contemplating his own survival at this point," says one.
Lauren Boebert attacked "elitist" claims by the White House that consumer prices were not rising. Newsweek Fact Check assessed her claims.
Speculation is rife after MyPillow's CEO was targeted by the FBI. Newsweek examines the facts.
A purportedly "leaked" letter with a U.K. defence ministry header questions the competency of Ukrainian troops, but red flags point to likely disinformation.
The General SVR Telegram social media account made the claim the Russian leader was in a limousine when a "loud bang" was heard.
The Florida governor appeared to take credit for a plan that, some believe, was paid for by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Capt. Javier Ortiz, an 18-year veteran of the Miami Police Department, was terminated on September 14. Video of his claim about being "Black" went viral.
The former U.S. president professed admiration for the late monarch. But will he attend her funeral in London?