Are four Range Rovers being given away because they "cannot be sold due to minor scratches"? No, that's not true: There is not a giveaway in North America for Range Rovers that have scratches, the company confirmed to Lead Stories. The fa
(Photograph by Vatican Pool/Getty Images.)A viral Facebook video appears to show Pope Francis swatting away Donald Trump’s hand, as Trump attempts to touch the pope’s finger. The viral video has a CNN logo in the bottom corner, making it se
President Joe Biden said the full force of the federal government is ready to help Puerto Rico recover from the devastation of Hurricane Fiona.
A Facebook post congratulated users and misleadingly claimed that they had won a brand new Ninja Foodi MAX 15-in-1 SmartLid Multi-Cooker.
In an alarming assessment, the head of the United Nations warned world leaders that nations are “gridlocked in colossal global dysfunction.”
As the new currency with King Charles III is yet to be produced, the current banknotes featuring the portrait of the Queen will stay in circulation.
A day after Hurricane Fiona made landfall on Puerto Rico on September 18 2022, several video clips of storm floods washing a bridge away were shared on Reddit. A post to r/AbruptChaos showed the sudden collapse of a bridge in hurricane floodwaters:
Founder Yvon Chouinard said the 50-year-old company would transfer 100% of the its voting stock to the Patagonia Purpose Trust and and 100% of its nonvoting stock had been given to the Holdfast Collective.
“The sun is not 93 million miles away … it is local and under a firmament dome.”
Hacks for keeping mosquitoes away are a common type of rumor.
Past remarks by the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate came under scrutiny in 2022.
Says Mandela Barnes "supports stripping health care away from millions."
Zatko is a respected cybersecurity expert who first gained prominence in the 1990s and later worked in senior positions at the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Agency and Google.
Is the government giving away $6,895 to "Americans who sign up for classes"? Not exactly: Although the federal government does offer Pell Grants worth up to $6,895, that funding is only available to college students whose financial needs
We don't recommend trusting online offers that seem way too good to be true.
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A Facebook post promising details of a free nappy event leads instead to a website that asks people to share personal and financial details and claim ‘deals’ such as entering a lottery.
Did the Facebook page Tiny House give away a home to "everyone who shared and signed 'Done' before August 5rd [sic] at 6pm"? No, that's not true: The real owners of the home have told Lead Stories that the owners of this Facebook page do
The Fed chair said for the first time that the central bank's actions are already having an effect on the economy in ways that could slow the worst inflation the nation has endured in four decades.
Has the CEO of Moderna "just walked away from the company"? No, that's not true: At the time of writing, Stéphane Bancel was still listed as the CEO on the Moderna website. There have been no articles by reputable media outlets saying Ba
The House Jan. 6 committee closed out its set of summer hearings with its most detailed focus yet on the investigation’s main target: former President Donald Trump.
The U.K.'s Lump Sum Exit Scheme aims to provide opportunities for a new generation of farmers to enter the farming sector and increase food supply.
The footage is from an incident on Al Mughsail Beach in Salalah, Oman, not Bandra beach in Mumbai.
Donald Trump was OK with armed supporters at his Jan. 6 rally. That and 5 other takeaways from White House insider Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony to Jan. 6 committee
A quote from the late comedian was widely circulated after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
After more than six decades of making bicycles soar, sending panicked swimmers to the shore and other spellbinding close encounters, John Williams is putting the final notes on what may be his last film score.
GlobalFact is the largest fact-checking summit in the world, with almost 600 in-person attendees this year. As the second day of GlobalFact 9 comes to an end Thursday, here are […] The post 5 takeaways from Thursday’s GlobalFact sessions appear
The Jan. 6 committee showed video after video of people who had told Trump that he lost.
The United States won a legal battle to seize a Russian-owned superyacht in Fiji and wasted no time in taking command of the $325 million vessel and sailing it away from the South Pacific nation.
"Our Supreme Court has never taken away a constitutional right."
The best tip to avoid scams on Facebook is to always look for the official and trustworthy verified badge next to the page name.
A post told users that they would be entered to win by commenting “Done.”
The fake "69th anniversary" and "86th anniversary" free tickets scams on pages named "Southwest Air Fans" spread so quickly and widely on Facebook that Southwest Airlines decided to issue an official statement on a Sunday.
In a key congressional race, a Republican congressman's bad behavior finally caught up with him.
Billionaire philanthropists typically don't make multiple errors in grammar, nor do they ask people to respond to foreign email addresses.
If you're going to enter a Walmart giveaway, we recommend doing the legitimate one on Walmart.com for $1,000 gift cards, not the scam one on Facebook that offers $750.
Arnold Schwarzenegger slept on the ground in front of a bronze statue of himself because he had been turned away from a hotel.