Truth and Falsity A documentation of false information  

Truth and Falsity





Mercury News false information
Responsibility for an error.

New Yorker magazine error regarding U.S. Senate
Condé Nast, Advance Publications, Inc. book review falsely identifies the majority whip of the Senate of the United States of America as "Majority Leader." 2016-10-09

News Corporation published and maintains false report
Marketwatch, Dow Jones, News Corporation falsely identifies the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives as "Majority Leader." 2016-06-21

AP false news report
Associated Press false information about Paul Ryan, the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. 2016-06-06

Associated Press false information via CBS
AP story by Thomas Beaumont remains on domain despite obvious, glaring error of United States history. 2016-05-10

False information published by the Reading Eagle
Syndicated Error originates with the Washington Post. The Post made a correction, but the Eagle did not until March 14, 2016. 2016-03-14

False U.S. history information published by TheStreet
Internet domain contains false American history. While uncorrected, the error appears contained. An attempt to alert the editor.

Associated Press (AP) false information
Falsity about the Speaker of the House of Representatives

Truth about the U.S. Senate majority leader position

Associated Press false reports about U.S. history
Associated Press errors about the history of the United States of America, and demands to the AP for that organization to correct itself

See ID
Truth about writing "See ID" in place of your signature on your credit card

Christian Science Monitor false information
Falsity about the minority leader of the U.S. Senate during the 113th Congress (2013-2015)