FBI director: No evidence of antifa, ‘fake’ Trump supporters in US Capitol attack
FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 2, 2021. Wray’s message to lawmakers was clear: The attack on the Capitol was domestic terrorism -- and it’s a growing problem. “We view the events of January 6 as domestic terrorism,” Wray said. “We have not seen evidence of that at this stage.”DURBIN: Do you have any evidence that the Capitol attack was organized by 'fake Trump protesters'? • 270,000+ digital media tips sent from public• 300+ arrested pic.twitter.com/dogXo1W7pJ — NBC News (@NBCNews) March 2, 2021More: FBI chief calls Jan. 6 ‘domestic terrorism,’ defends intel
Fact-checking 5 new claims in final stretch of 2020 election
We’re fact-checking some of the recent claims made by candidates and ads. Biden’s tax plan, however, DOES call for a tax increase -- but only for Americans making $400,000 or more per year. Distorted Joe Biden video from Trump campaignA video posted by the Trump campaign claims to show Biden saying “Why am I doing this? Trump claims on mail-in votingWe’ve already fact-checked plenty of claims on mail-in voting, but there are some new ones popping up. Trump has conspiratorially inflated local incidents, contending, for example, that mail-in ballots filled out for him are being dumped in rivers or creeks.
Busting 5 myths about the 2020 Census
We’re just weeks away from the start of the 2020 Census. Starting in mid-March, households will begin receiving official Census Bureau mail with detailed information on how to respond to the 2020 Census. When you respond to the census, you’ll tell the Census Bureau where you live as of April 1, 2020. The 2020 Census does not ask whether you or anyone in your home is a U.S. citizen. During the 2020 Census, the Census Bureau will never ask you for:Your Social Security number.