Removing gun-related homicides in Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and St. Louis would drop the U.S. to 189th out of 193 countries in gun violence.
Johnnie Cochran “mysteriously passed away” and his death is linked to his work on slavery reparations.
“Bidenomics is costing the typical American household over $11,400 more a year to buy the basics.”
Killer Mike arrested at Grammy Awards for not endorsing Joe Biden on “Real Time with Bill Maher.”
Elon Musk is not allowing X users to search for Taylor Swift on the platform “out of fear they will find this pro-Biden image of her.”
Was American racism engraved in its coins, with Abraham Lincoln's penny being copper because he freed the slaves and the other coins showing presidents facing the opposite direction as Lincoln, as a protest against him? No, that's not tru
It’s laughable to suggest her comments betrayed a hidden racism.
Is a mother planning on suing a school because they will not let her son identify as a cat? No, that's not true: The creator of this video on social media has "#satire" in the TikTok caption of her post and "SATIRE ACCOUNT" in her TikTok
Did Sylvester Stallone say he won't work with Tom Hanks because "he weirds me out"? No, that's not true: This claim comes from a satirical website that has a history of fabricating content surrounding popular topics. The site carries a di
Is Starbucks leaving Morocco and San Francisco due to boycotts over the Hamas-Israel crisis and pro-Palestinian protests? No, that's not true: Starbucks announced the closure of seven stores in San Francisco on October 2, 2023, five days
Switzerland’s distribution of iodine tablets means the government is worried about nuclear war.
Matthew Perry died because of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Heat was the underlying or contributing cause in about 1,670 U.S. deaths in 2022, provisional Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data shows. That’s a rate of about 5 deaths per million residents, the highest heat-related death rate in at leas
“Wildfires do not completely burn out cars, glass and all, yet leaving nearby trees and utility poles still standing upright.”
Were the movies of nuclear tests conducted in the 1950s by the United States fake because the cameras and film used to capture the images were not destroyed by the explosion or the radiation? No, that's not true: The cameras and film used
Was the film "Barbie" banned in Serbia because of a scene containing a map of "Greater Albania"? No, that's not true: The film was not banned in Serbia and such a map doesn't appear in the movie. The claim appeared in a video (archived he
On July 20 2023, a blurry screenshot of tweet and an apparent news headline — ” Man beats up 86-year-old woman with dementia because he thought she was transgender” — made it to Reddit’s r/WhitePeopleTwitter: WT
Research covered by the Sun was exploratory and established no definite associations between people’s jobs and their risk of ovarian cancer.
REVIEW As of 15 July 2023, COVID-19 caused more than one million deaths across the U.S. 69.5% of the total population have completed their primary vaccine series since the vaccination campaign began in December 2020, and statistical models estimated
A now-corrected article in The Guardian fails to make clear that a figure estimating the impact of Brexit on UK tax revenues is based on a counterfactual analysis.
Claims that a priest was attacked by “Islamic race rioters” have been contradicted by the local diocese.
As former President Donald Trump moves toward a trial in his federal documents case, he faces stiff odds: About 90% of federal defendants plead guilty to avoid the chance of conviction at trial, and four-fifths of those who go to trial are convicted.
“Babysitter on crystal meth eats 3-month-old toddler.”
Did Anheuser-Busch close half of its U.S. breweries after "the worst goof in marketing history"? No, that's not true: Lead Stories could not find any news reports of Anheuser-Busch closing half of its U.S. breweries. Anheuser-Busch's web
Did CNN cut Benjamin Watson off in mid-sentence during an interview because the NFL star started talking about Jesus? No, that's not true: Watson, who was at the time a tight end for the New Orleans Saints, was interviewed via satellite f
Was Jacob Chansley, the Capitol rioter better known as the "QAnon Shaman," released early from prison to a halfway house "following video evidence showing that January 6  was a hoax" and an "inside job"? No, that's not true: The Bur
Are menstrual cycles not natural and are they caused because the body is removing toxins? No, that's not true: "It is completely natural and it is essential," a physician and scientist told Lead Stories about the menstrual cycle. The clai
The White House Visitor Center is displaying a photo of a fake President Joe Biden.
Richard Belzer died because of a COVID-19 vaccine.
A photo shows birds that “dropped dead” in Kentucky after the train derailment in Ohio.
Was the backflip banned after it was performed by the prominent Black figure skater Surya Bonaly in 1998? No, that's not true: Decades ago, the International Skating Union banned somersault jumps, which includes backflips with a one-foot
The levels of chlorine in tapwater are considered safe but scientific research has suggested chemical by-products might cause bladder cancer.
Does a collection of video clips show people "dropping suddenly" because of the COVID vaccine? No, that's not true: Almost all of the clips in a post making that implication predate the vaccine, meaning there is no way the people seen stu
“The average American has anywhere from 5 to 15 pounds” of stool stuck in their gut.
Video proves Greta Thunberg is a crisis actor.
The Federal Aviation Administration widened its electrocardiogram parameters for pilots because “a substantial number of airline pilots have had serious heart damage” from COVID-19 vaccines.