Raphael Warnock "called police thugs, then cut their funding."
As the 2022 midterms get closer, political attacks in campaign advertisements are on the rise.
Tesla says in documents posted by U.S. safety regulators that the automatic window reversal system may not react correctly after detecting an obstruction.
It’s the first mobilization in Russia since World War II.
A picture of a flyer showed the book title, "President Donald J. Trump, The Son of Man - The Christ," followed by the author's name, Helgard Müller.
Sharply rising cases of some sexually transmitted diseases are prompting U.S. health officials to call for new prevention and treatment efforts.
Did Rep. Elise Stefanik angrily call Rep. Adam Schiff a "lying son of a bitch" during a meeting in Congress? No, that's not true: This post has a clickbait headline apparently to draw attention to a Facebook page. In only a portion of the
News of a recall concerning a Starbucks prepackaged drink landed in September 2022.
To qualify for Ohio SNAP benefits, “now a family of 3 can make up to $3,660 a month and it used to be $2,700, so it’s gone up almost $1,000 a month.”
Did the Saxon State and University Library Dresden (SLUB), one of the largest German academic libraries, ask its readers to bring in Russian books "for heating purposes"? No, that's not true: SLUB General Director Katrin Stump denied the
Did the Swiss government call on its citizens to turn in their neighbors to the authorities if people heat their homes above 19 degrees Celsius (66.2 degrees Fahrenheit)? No, that's not true: A claim on social media originated from a tabl
Joe Biden called Pope Francis the “famous African American baseball player in America."
Did Sen. Ted Cruz angrily call Rep. Adam Schiff a "son of a bitch" in public remarks during a news conference held by Senate Republicans? No, that's not true: Cruz criticized only President Joe Biden during his remarks and never mentioned
Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers dismissed as a “storage dispute” Trump’s retention of top-secret documents at his Florida home.
REVIEW Cannabis has been proposed as an alternative therapy for various diseases, notably as a treatment for cancer. Such claims often go viral on social media, like this meme posted on the Facebook page Drug Possession Laws on 4 September 2022. The
A Kenyan TV station apologized for an embarrassing flub that occurred during a news report on the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
GMO mosquitoes in Florida are not funded by Bill Gates. The virus in Florida is the West Nile virus, which has been found in the U.S. since 1999.
Executive Order 14067 will allow the federal government to “turn on and turn off your money.”
The video is from an altercation between BJP workers and TRS members in Telangana in February 2022. The incident has no connection to Gujarat.
The incident occurred over a land dispute, and both the victim and perpetrators were Muslim. It being shared with a false communal narrative.
Inmates at a troubled West Virginia prison where James “Whitey” Bulger was beaten to death found out ahead of time that the notorious Boston gangster would be arriving.
Hyundai and Kia are telling owners of some of their large SUVs to park them outdoors and away from buildings after a series of fires involving trailer hitch wiring.
Blue whales are believed to be the largest animals to have ever lived.
An Instagram post questions how less than 1% of 2020 mail ballots were rejected in California while 30% of signatures on a recall petition in Los Angeles were rejected. That’s a faulty comparison.
Says Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson “called climate change ‘bull----’ during a record heatwave” and “raked in over $700k in fossil fuel cash.”
Claims that people with less than £4 on their prepayment meter can get a £49 voucher from their energy company have been shared on social media.
"With three months remaining in the Fiscal Year, (the border patrol) has already encountered more illegal immigrants along the Southwest border" than in any previous fiscal year.
Are the 30 percent of signatures that did not qualify for the recall of the Los Angeles County district attorney the same as ballots rejected in the 2020 election? No, the claim is missing context: Nothing stops an unqualified person from
At least the call wasn't long distance.
Did the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) "just dramatically" change their claims about mRNA vaccine safety? No, that's not true: While the public health agency did remove information from a COVID-19 vaccine website that sa
The company said it’s recalling about 5,760 cases of Capri Sun Wild Cherry flavored juice blend.
Former President Donald Trump called for the “immediate” release of the federal warrant the FBI used to search his Florida estate.
Social media posts criticize 988 suicide hotline for calling police. Here’s what you need to know.
REVIEW The recent monkeypox outbreak has led to the disease spreading in dozens of countries where it isn’t normally found. There have been over 25,000 cases and a small number of deaths, leading to the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring a
Her father did not tweet saying she couldn’t tie her shoelaces until she was 12.
"A Jackson, Tennessee, employee passed out this morning from handling a dollar bill with fentanyl on it."
Did NASA designate a "new cloud" called a sundog in 1998? No, that's not true: A sundog is not a cloud. It is an optical phenomenon caused by refraction of the sun's rays by ice crystals in the atmosphere. This phenomenon is not caused by
Alaska voters this year are using a new method to elect members of Congress that former President Donald Trump dismissed in remarks in Anchorage as “ranked choice crap voting.” Trump […] The post Why Trump is wrong to call Alaska’s ranked c