An FAA spokesperson said: "The FAA has found no evidence such an event occurred."
Did World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC 7) collapse due to a controlled explosion right after the collapse of the first two World Trade Center buildings in New York City on September 11, 2001? No, that's not true: Investigators found no ev
Southwest Airlines canceled a large number of flights, but not for the reason some claimed.
Michigan urged residents of Benton Harbor to use only bottled water for cooking and drinking, a major shift in response to the city's elevated levels of lead.
And it has an ecological purpose that could fight global warming.
Theoretical concerns regarding the safety of vaccinating lactating individuals do not outweigh the potential benefits of receiving the vaccine
The package delivery company said that its costs are up $450 million in the most recent quarter, as it paid higher wages as it got harder to find new workers and demand for shipping increased.
The rise in demand for global gas and the U.K.'s aging nuclear power plants both contribute heavily to increased gas prices.
The claim is misleading as the Daily Expose is comparing unverified data from the Yellow Card Scheme and incomplete data from the MHRA to support it.
Myocarditis in children is a rare side effect of mRNA vaccines. However, the risk of myocarditis from COVID-19 is higher.
Children without pre-existing medical conditions are unlikely to develop serious illness from COVID-19. Vaccinating young people is still important.
There is no evidence that children are dying due to COVID-19 vaccines. Data presented to support this claim has not been verified.
Because of the festive season, Punjab extended COVID-19 limitations till September 30; however, the restrictions did not affect school operations.
The government claims that the increased time between two doses of Covishield is based on scientific data, not due to a shortage.
Flynn shared the image on Telegram, and claimed that "Chase Bank has gone full blown woke!"
A Daily Expose article has misinterpreted data from Public Health England to falsely claim that vaccines increase the risk of death.
Misinformation is still misinformation even it sounds humorous.
Were schools planning on closing on August 10, 2021, due to "drastic events going on in the world"? No, that's not true: social media posts that made the claim included a link that led users to a meme indicating the post was a spoof. The
A recent study of 15,000 UK adults suggested that 10% of vaccine hestancy could be due to needle phobia.
George Clooney, Steven Spielberg, and Oprah Winfrey were reportedly among the "hundreds" of invitees.
REVIEW COVID-19 PCR tests have been a critical tool for identifying infections and reducing the spread of the virus by supporting contact tracing efforts and quarantine of infected individuals. But this key role has also turned it into a hotbed of m
REVIEW On 19 July 2021, a video titled “Delta variant targets vaxxers” was published on the Facebook group TLC4Superteams, run by a chiropractic organization. In the video, chiropractor Jen DePice claimed that a Harvard study showed vaccinated p
A Facebook post claims that, in the USA there have been 387,087 reports of adverse events “of this evil shot in the arm”, presumably referring to the Covid-19 vaccine, up until 18 June 2021. As we have said before, the fact that an adverse
Was a Florida teacher jailed after having sex with a student who then reported her because of her poor performance? No, that's not true: While a post making the claim does not give the teacher's name, the screenshot of a purported FOX New
So far, the CDC has not established a causal link between COVID-19 vaccinations and death.
Was the initial collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, on June 24, 2021, triggered by explosives that were planted to take the building down? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that a portion of the building initi
The United States reported 600,296 COVID-19 deaths from January 3, 2020, to July 5, 2021.
A TikTok video raised speculation about why Disney stopped piping underwater audio into a Florida resort pool.
Tall tales were common biographical elements in teen magazine articles about 1960s pop stars.
As record high temperatures persisted in the western U.S., so did social media rumors.
Tropical Depression Claudette claimed 12 lives in Alabama as the storm swept across the southeastern U.S., causing flash flooding and spurring tornadoes that destroyed dozens of homes.
The incident was nicknamed the “ultimate s— show.”
REVIEW On 8 June 2021, radio host Wendy Bell posted photos and a video on Facebook in response to an article in the Washington Post reporting on a new report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The report, which analyzed r
The photo used in the viral post is of Sayeed Rimon, which is part of a Bangladeshi unemployment campaign. The caption about the cut-off is baseless.
An internal government investigation has determined that the decision to forcibly clear racial justice protesters from an area in front of the White House last summer was not influenced by then-President Donald Trump's plan to stage a Bible-toting phot
According to the reports, Milkha Singh is stable but on oxygen support at the PGIMER, Chandigarh. His death claims were a hoax.
Microsoft Corp. blamed “accidental human error” for its Bing search engine briefly not showing image results for the search term “tank man.”
The FDA recommends that patients prescribed Metformin continue taking the drug until consulting with their health care provider.
To combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina, President Alberto Fernández declared a nine-day lockdown from May 22 to May 30.
A New York Times illustration prompts a debate over when "Palestine' was created -- or whether it ever existed.