Thousands of cattle died in mid-June in Kansas — deaths that state officials and animal experts have said were caused by intense heat. But some social media posts are casting […] The post Extreme heat killed cattle in Kansas, not chemtrails or
Thousands of cattle that recently died in Kansas weren’t killed by the heat.
Quick Take At least 2,000 cattle have died following a heat wave in southwestern Kansas. Although the cattle apparently died of heatstroke, social media posts have made baseless claims suggesting that the deaths might be part of a larger conspiracy the
Do Kansas ranchers have no idea what might have killed hundreds or thousands of cattle during an extreme heat wave and believe their feed or water was poisoned? No, that's not true: The cause of death is not a mystery to the people in the
While we haven't been able to determine the specifics of a viral video, scorching temperatures did indeed kill many cows in June 2022.
Michael Avenatti was sentenced to four years in prison for stealing book proceeds from Stormy Daniels, the porn actor who catapulted him to fame.
Temperatures barely climbed into the 90s and only for a couple of days.
On May 22 2022, popular posts to r/worldnews and elsewhere carried an alarming claim that only ten weeks of wheat remained in global supply reserves — mostly, but not entirely, because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: World has
Did former U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy say he saw the movie "2000 Mules" at Mar-a-Lago and that he "always believed that rampant cheating occurred" in the 2020 election? No, that's not true: The Republican from South Carolina told Lead Stories b
A post on Facebook makes the following claim: “In case people aren’t aware, MP’s [sic] can claim up to £3,400 towards their heating costs. They can also claim their petrol/diesel on their expenses. They just got a £2,000 p
The role will most likely be pre-recorded.
“Thanks to Brexit, we are no longer constrained by EU law, so I can announce that for the next five years, homeowners having materials such as solar panels, heat pumps and insulation installed will no longer pay 5% VAT; they will pay zero.&rdquo
Does Ukraine produce 25% of the world's wheat crop? No, that's not true: The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates Ukraine's annual wheat harvest at just over 3% of the global total. Ukraine accounts for
In a vain attempt to protect the hundreds of people taking cover inside the theater, “CHILDREN” in Russian had been printed in huge white letters on the ground in two places outside the grand, columned building to make it visible from the air.
Did this woman witness a detonation or bomb attack that destroyed a theater where children were sheltering in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol on March 16, 2022? No, that's not true: Her path from a sports complex shelter to the evacuation
The latest fury over books available in schools is not new to American society, despite the First Amendment.
William Hurt, the Oscar-winning actor of “Broadcast News,” “Body Heat” and “The Big Chill,” has died. He was 71.
Comedian Heather McDonald collapsed on stage as a result of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Did former President Donald Trump say in a People magazine interview that he spilled baked beans all over himself watching "Cars 2" in a theater, a Black teenager laughed at him and that is when he decided to become a Republican? No, that
As long as masks are regularly washed or disposed, experts say there is no evidence to suggest it increases chance of bacterial infections.
Are there no movie theater listings after January 6, 2022? No, that's not true: At the time of writing, movie theaters in larger markets like New York and Los Angeles had posted showtimes for after Thursday, January 6, 2022. Some theaters
In the aftermath of a deadly series of tornadoes on December 10 2021, a purported photograph of a damaged theater in Mayfield, Kentucky spread virally on Twitter: This picture from the aftermath of the Kentucky tornadoes has to be the picture of the
Residents of Kentucky counties where tornadoes killed several dozen people could be without heat, water or electricity in frigid temperatures for weeks or longer.
Sondheim's Texas-based attorney, Rick Pappas, told The New York Times the composer died Friday at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut.
The Biden administration provided an additional $4.5 billion for the government's Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, which typically has funding of $3 billion to $4 billion annually.
The company said the announcement comes in time for the "Eternals" release.
Now that the economy is returning to life, demand has grown faster than production, meaning costs are much higher.
Get ready to pay sharply higher bills for heating this winter, along with seemingly everything else.
Americans David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian separately identified receptors in the skin that respond to heat and pressure, and researchers are working on drugs to target them.
Federal officials said two outbreaks of the bacterial infection had sickened at least 36 people across 17 states since May 2021.
A video with more than 30 million views falsely claimed that Ledger "completely improvised" the hospital explosion scene after a "mishap."
The high temperatures in Portland, part of a usually temperate region, would break all-time records this week if the late June heat wave had not done so already.
The surfers at Tsurigasaki beach say Tropical Storm Nepartak could actually improve the competition so long as it doesn't hit the beach directly.
Temperatures in the United Arab Emirates have been soaring.
President Joe Biden's victory was certified by the Electoral College. There was no evidence of voter fraud.
Social media posts claimed drinking cold water could send the body into a state of shock.
A post on Facebook, shared more than half a million times, warns that filling a fuel tank in hot weather could cause the tank to explode. “Due to [an] increase in temperature in the coming days, please don’t fill petrol to the maximum
Firefighters were working in extreme temperatures across the U.S. West and struggling to contain wildfires, the largest burning in California and Oregon, as another heat wave baked the region, straining power grids.
The deadly heat wave that roasted the Pacific Northwest and western Canada was virtually impossible without human-caused climate change that added a few extra degrees to the record-smashing temperatures.