The former New York mayor made an expletive-ridden speech in September 2021, at a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
On September 16 2021, Trendolizer identified a Hannity.com post (“???????: Biden Seemingly Forgets Australian Prime Minister’s Name, Calls Him ‘That Fella Down Under’”) as showing signs of viral popularity. It began: President Biden s
They say a picture is worth a thousand words.
The hacker group Anonymous took credit for the vandalism.
He didn't fall down last year or the year before, either.
Crews using a crane and other heavy equipment hoisted an enormous statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee off the giant pedestal where it has towered over Virginia’s capital city for more than a century.
A rise in COVID-19 infections in Australia in the summer of 2021 brought a new conundrum: how to push vaccinations amid a surge in online disinformation.
The incident went viral.
Cyber Polygon 2021 is an online initiative centered on the secure development of digital ecosystems. It is unrelated to the "Great Reset" conspiracy.
Under the agreement signed between the Trump administration and the Taliban a large portion of the troops had left the country by early 2021.
The country's economic collapse has left the government without enough fuel to provide electricity for most of the day.
Some right-wing commentators are warning that the White House and Democrats around the country are plotting another round of stay-at-home orders and business closures, public-health measures that devastated the economy and divided the nation in 2020, e
Britney Spears' father agreed Thursday to step down from the conservatorship that has controlled her life and money for 13 years, according to reports.
Did comedian Jim Carrey say that shutting down national media for 30 days would eliminate 80% of the world's problems? No, that's not true: Carrey's publicist confirmed he never made the statement. The claim was implied in a Facebook post
Two men were charged for allegedly attacking police horses during a protest in the Sydney Central Business District.
We found no record of his having uttered those words, even though he has been a high-profile Hollywood star for decades.
The Instagram feed problem appeared to only impact a select number of users.
A Chicago police officer who shot an unarmed man in the back as he tried to escape capture by running up an escalator in a busy subway station has been charged with felony aggravated battery with a firearm and official misconduct.
Ivermectin caused a substantial decrease in the excess mortality rate in Mexico.
Does Facebook take down posts that include the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag? No, that's not true: A Facebook spokesperson said there was no truth to this. And posts with the Pledge of Allegiance are on Facebook at the time of this wri
For months, we've asked Republicans for proof that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi failed to act on warning signs. They have none to show us.
An Imperial College London study found that lockdowns saved more than three million lives across Europe.
Only select users will be given the option to test the new feature.
The Biden administration is reversing a Trump-era rule approved after the former president complained he wasn’t getting wet enough because of limits on water flow from showerheads.
Bangladesh, the Philippines, and Malaysia are under nationwide lockdowns and might be extending it due to the Delta variant of COVID-19.
“Get away from me” trended on Twitter on July 13 2021, after a woman named Ijeoma Ukenta filmed a bizarre encounter with a woman named Abigail Elphick in a New Jersey Victoria’s Secret store. Ukenta first shared a multi-part video of
“This is not over!" shouted Conor McGregor.
Robert Downey Sr., the accomplished countercultural filmmaker, actor and father of superstar Robert Downey Jr., has died. He was 85.
The video platform showed zero followers for most users, but some features were still available.
"This is like the whitest thing I've ever participated in," said the TikTok user, who was stuck on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in Orlando, Florida.
Did the headline on this Facebook post correctly describe a draft report about the effect of lockdowns on the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. and other countries? No, that's not true: The paper is, by its own wording, still a working draft
Unethical life tip: If a person's opinion offends you, just manipulate the video and pretend they said something else.
Theme park rides break down all the time, but videos shot by guests can provide a brief glimpse into what happens when the experience stops.
The controversy over a comment in a magazine interview was heated.
The former Virginia governor, who is seeking his old job again, earns Four Pinocchios.
Dashcam footage showed that the woman's emergency flashers were on when a state trooper hit her car, causing it to flip.
Dozens of websites, from the New York Times to Reddit to the U.K. government's homepage, are down due to an outage at cloud service Fastly.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a bill that directs local school boards to ban “racially discriminatory” mascots, logos and names amid a national movement to phase out the use of symbols that Native Americans have long considered offensive.
A family of five who were struck by a vehicle were targeted because they were Muslims, Canadian police said.
Several posts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter claim that the BBC lied about the size of the anti-lockdown march in London on 29 May 2021. Altogether these posts were shared thousands of times. In fact, the posts themselves contain a fabrication, bec