“Supreme Court just voted to ban condoms.”
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.
All banks will soon have to turn over all coins to federal government ahead of pivot to using only electronic transactions.
REVIEW In September 2022, the claim that Denmark banned COVID-19 vaccination for those under 50 went viral, thanks to social media posts such as this video by Clay Travis, owner of sports media outlet OutKick and this tweet by British social comment
On September 15 2022, an Imgur account shared a screenshot of a tweet attributed to Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Washington), which claimed that members of the South Carolina GOP had removed exceptions for rape and incest from their proposed abortion ban:
Children who turned five before September 2022 are still eligible, as are some others.
The image with the post shows a baby in Thailand two years ago, and police say they are not aware of a baby abandoned in Hengrove.
This claim is based on a doctored image and has no basis in policies announced by the government.
It's a trend with which the Snopes newsroom has become very familiar: memes listing supposedly "banned" books in public school or libraries.
Digitally manipulated images designed to look like the government website have been shared hundreds of times online.
A woman accompanied by activists and brandishing what she said was a toy pistol broke into a Beirut bank branch, taking $13,000 from her trapped savings.
Upending the political debate, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham introduced a nationwide abortion ban, sending shockwaves through both parties and igniting fresh debate.
Trump once claimed that he and the queen “got along fantastically well.”
The government has not issued specific advice on funerals scheduled for the day of the Queen’s funeral. Funeral service providers say some services have been cancelled at the request of families.
“Ron Johnson just came out in favor of a federal abortion ban.”
Former President Donald Trump’s longtime ally Steve Bannon pleaded not guilty to duping donors who gave money to build a wall on the U.S. southern border.
Did the BBC change its home page color from red to black before the announcement of the death of Queen Elizabeth II? No, that's not true: Archived copies of the BBC.com banner show it was black before the Crown's September 8, 2022, announ
Bank of America unveiled a new loan program in Black and Hispanic neighborhoods to boost homeownership where it lags. Some of the news headlines made outlandish, unproven claims about the scope of […] The post Bank of America’s new home loan
Did Bank of America announce a mortgage program for which "Whites and Asians need not apply"? No, that's not true: Race is not a determining factor in eligibility for the Community Affordable Loan Solution mortgage program, a Bank of Amer
Was a banner unfurled at Trump Tower in New York City that said, "For more top secret nuclear documents RAID HERE"? No, that's not true: It's a digitally altered video, according to its creator. "Basically the full Adobe Suite," he said.
Bannon, 68, plans to turn himself in on Thursday.
New U.K. bank policy cannot fully freeze bank accounts, and claims of a globalist agenda are related to known conspiracy beliefs.
Twenty-two lawmakers did not respond to request to explain the apparent contradiction.
Bank of America “announced a new mortgage home loan program for first-time homebuyers. But only blacks and Hispanics will be eligible.”
Images of a newborn baby supposedly abandoned in several English towns and cities were actually taken in Thailand in 2017.
On August 31 2022, an Imgur account shared a screenshot of what appeared to be a news report that an Alabama police force had been entirely disbanded “after a racist text message” came to light: A source for the Imgur post wasn’t imm
A viral tweet from actor Mark Hamill claims to show a list of books that have been banned from Florida schools. The list includes books such as the Harry Potter series, 1984, and The Handmaid’s Tale.Mark Hamill @MarkHamillThis also works nicely a
The 11 men who raped riot victim Bilkis Bano and killed members of her family were released by a panel formed by Gujarat Government, not the courts.
There is no evidence that Andrew Tate's removal from social media resulted from his posting of conspiratorial content.
The cause of the fire has been identified as an electrical short circuit. Images of the incident have been circulated with a false communal narrative.
Amid national student loan forgiveness discourse on August 25 2022, screenshots of a tweet attributed to an Indiana Republican appeared and went viral, expressing his apparent belief that U.S. President Joe Biden’s plan potentially undermined mil
Blake Masters “wants to pass a national ban on abortion.”
A three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a judge’s ruling temporarily blocking the state from enforcing the 2021 law.
Is President Joe Biden going to launch a U.S. central bank digital currency (CBDC) in December 2022? No, that's not true: Although Biden signed an executive order in March 2022 that required research into the future of money and payment s
Are airlines banning travelers who are vaccinated against the coronavirus from flying because the shot elevates their risk for blood clotting? No, that's not true: This rumor has recently resurfaced on social media after being thoroughly
In recent weeks, social media users have criticized Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over his policies to crack down on classroom instruction around LGBTQ issues and race. The latest instance might […] The post A viral list of ‘banned’ books in Flor
A 2013 video of Bangladesh's Islamic groups protesting over anti-blasphemy law is widely shared as one from the recent fuel price hike protests.
On August 23 2022, an Imgur account shared an image claiming that a school in Texas had banned a book authored by George Dawson — the same person for whom the school was named: Everything’s bigger in Texas. Including stupidity On the same da
The policy applies to teachers and other school employees.