Conspiracy theory group QAnon has been around for years but we've been hearing about them a lot more in recent weeks.
In a statement to The Cube, Twitter confirmed that they have permanently removed seven thousand QAnon accounts to date for violating Twitter guidelines in relation to spam as well as platform manipulation.
The US President had suggested, without any evidence, that a 75-year-old demonstrator, who was pushed to the ground by police officers, could be an "Antifa provocateur".
Conspiracy theorists believe 5G is to blame for the rapid spread of COVID-19. Are they right?
There has only been one headline worth printing since Donald Trump was elected president. That headline is "Donald Trump suffers from a dangerous incurable narcissistic disorder which makes him incapable of empathy and reason. He is a grave danger to the US and the world."
Textbook publisher Ellipses said it bitterly regretted the mistake that suggested 9/11 was orchestrated by the CIA.
Euronews worked with experts to debunk a conspiracy theory claiming the ousting of Morales was orchestrated by the United States to control the exploitation of lithium in the country.
As the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking Apollo 11 mission nears, the question that has excited conspiracy theorists for half a century is still there: did humans actually set foot on the moon?