The Senate Democrats’ reconciliation bill “will strip $300 billion from Medicare.”
"Congratulations to the IRS on winning the $846.3 million Mega Millions Jackpot.”
A public body consortium has chosen the company to provide a procurement service.
We look at the detail of the Conservative leadership candidate’s proposals for public sector pay, which she has now dropped after criticism.
Destructive fires in recent years that burned too hot for forests to regrow naturally have far outpaced the government's capacity to plant new trees.
The United Nations estimates that the world’s population will reach 8 billion on Nov. 15 and that India will replace China as the world’s most populous nation next year.
But we are gradually inching toward the milestone.
With the $53 billion spent in Ukraine aid, the U.S. “could pay five SWAT members $80,000 each and have them at EVERY school front door.”
Posts on Facebook which have been shared hundreds of times have questioned where the £37 billion allocated for the running of the NHS Test and Trace scheme was spent. One post, which is a screenshot of a tweet, states: “Tories explain
On April 27 2022, an Imgur user shared a screenshot of a viral tweet claiming the amount of money Elon Musk would purportedly pay in order to acquire Twitter was nearly equal to funds allocated in the Biden administration’s proposed climate budge
Despite sanctions imposed on Russia for the invasion of Ukraine, it still sells lots of uranium for nuclear energy -- but the precise number for its U.S. business is maddeningly difficult to determine.
The journey of a rare type of meteorite to Earth has continued online, albeit with the details fudged over time. In this case, the Fukang Meteorite (named after the Chinese town where it was discovered) has become a recurring meme online. In many itera
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is offering to buy Twitter, saying the social media platform he has criticized for not living up to free speech principles needs to be transformed as a private company.
“With the money Elon Musk spent to buy Twitter shares, he could have given every American family $100,000 and still had enough left over to cancel all student debt.”
Did Disney shareholders panic after $2.4 billion in losses in a single day? No, that's not true: The website the claim appeared on specializes in satire and comes with this warning in its "About Us" section: "Everything on this website is
A viral Facebook post falsely says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and billionaire philanthropist George Soros are related by birth — one in a series of baseless claims about links between the two. […] The post Ukrainian President Vol
Prosecutors announced the repatriation of $5 million worth of looted antiquities seized from billionaire hedge fund manager Michael Steinhardt to Israel.
Trade unionist Howard Beckett has claimed that a 0.05% wealth tax on financial transactions would raise £250 billion per year, in a tweet shared thousands of times. Mr Beckett, who is Assistant General Secretary for the Unite union, says that in
The myth surrounding adrenochrome is part of an anti-semitic conspiracy theory. It has not basis in fact.
American citizens “pay $155 billion annually to make sure illegal immigrants are taken care of better than American citizens”
Is a 1927 news article saying that America was sold to five billionaires real? No, that's not true: This is a photo of a fake headline from a book published by The Onion, a website whose disclaimer says their content is "satirized." The c
"Expanding Medicaid, which if we had done at the beginning of the Abbott administration, would have brought in $100 billion to this state's economy."
Pfizer made $37 billion in profit in its last quarter.
“Trump cut Social Security benefits by over $3 billion.”
Pfizer did indeed make a $24.1 billion profit in the third quarter of 2021. However, only 60 percent of its profits came from vaccines.
Consumer expense on Halloween-related items is expected to reach a record of $10.14 billion in 2015, increasing from spending $6.9 billion in 2015.
A post on Facebook claims that since 2001, Scotland has sent £900 billion in tax to “Westminster” but only received £447.5 billion in return, meaning that Scotland subsidises England. It doesn’t. What this post fails to in
Did President Joe Biden cut funding for historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) by $30 billion? No, that's not true: The Biden administration originally proposed more than $90 billion in funding for HBCUs, tribal colleges and
This is a falsehood that won't die -- and it's especially dismaying the former top U.S. diplomat repeats it on television.
A screenshot claiming that Serco “magically disappeared” £37 billion has been shared on Facebook over 300 times. This appears to be a reference to the £37 billion budget for the first two years of the NHS Test and Trace programm
Did the U.S. leave $85 billion worth of weaponry and equipment in Afghanistan after U.S. forces left the country? No, that's not true: The figure more closely reflects the cost of total security funding -- ranging from training to counter
Former president Donald Trump and right-leaning social media accounts keep wrongly claiming that the Taliban seized more than $80 billion in U.S. military equipment.
A U.S. defense official confirmed the Taliban’s sudden accumulation of U.S.-supplied Afghan equipment is enormous.
A photo on Facebook claiming that “Westminster’s “Track & Trace” system” is costing £37 billion, and building the Channel Tunnel only cost £12 billion, has gone viral on Facebook. How much has Test an
Branson and five crewmates reached an altitude of about 53 miles over the New Mexico desert.
The Commerce Department reported Friday that the deficit rose 3.1% from the revised April deficit of $69.1 billion.
A meme exaggerated events from 2018.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a steep drop in air travel and a loss of revenue that airports expect from airlines and passengers.
A tweet attempted to raise the alarm on the airline's alleged pay discrepancies for rank-and-file workers.
The stock value of Coca-Cola plummeted as the entire U.S. stock market showed a similar trend on that day and is not related to Ronaldo's press meet.