Is this video of the Russian warship, Moskva -- the English-letter spelling of the Russian term for Moscow -- sinking in April 2022 after an ammunition explosion while being towed back to Sevastopol, a major maritime port in the Black Sea
J.K. Rowling tweeted, “If you American birds could keep your legs closed then maybe you wouldn’t need abortions in the first place?”
This is the 911 call placed by the migrants trapped in the truck found in San Antonio, Texas.
Does this photo show a U.S. military polymer drone that looks like a live fly? No, that's not true: This is not a drone but an example of a bot fly, the collections manager of the University of Arizona's Insect Collection told Lead Storie
Los Angeles police did clash with abortion-rights protesters.
Whether considered an assault rifle or America’s rifle, the AR-15 is emblematic of gun culture in the United States. Gun enthusiasts herald it for its versatility and power, whereas gun […] The post The history of the AR-15 and how it became a
Surely, some things are meant to be tongue-in-cheek?
Does a picture of a grieving girl hugging a tombstone stem from the 2022 Russia-Ukraine conflict? No, that's not true. The photograph first appeared on a Georgian-language website in January 2019. The original image contained a Georgian-l
Ghislaine Maxwell, the jet-setting socialite who once consorted with royals, presidents and billionaires, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping the financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse underage girls.
Since its inception in the 1950s, the AR-15 has been popular among gun enthusiasts. But its distinct features also make the firearm appealing to mass shooters.
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Congress voted to pass a bipartisan gun bill the week the Supreme Court struck down a law in New York restricting carrying a concealed gun outside the home, and one month after a deadly elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
See the timeline of Trump’s mounting pressure on the Justice Department to back his baseless claims of election fraud. Top department officials refused.
Did a Russian airplane get hit with a missile, killing 50 people, in 2022? No, that's not true: A fatal plane incident happened on May 6, 2019, before the 2022 Russian-Ukrainian war. Forty-one people died as a passenger plane crash-landed
Armstrong performed across Africa, including a tour in Egypt, where he went to the Sphinx and pyramids.
A visitor center dedicated to telling the story of the LGBTQ rights movement will open next door to the Stonewall Inn.
Stephen Colbert lashed out at those comparing the incident to the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol riot.
So far, neither Lee nor Manilow have admitted to engaging in fisticuffs with each other. Perhaps because it didn't happen.
The U.S. opened COVID-19 vaccines to infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
On June 15 2022, a viral tweet a sobering claim — that a 2014 French weather forecast “for 2050” wound up matching the real-life French weather forecast in June 2022: In 2014, this French weather presenter announced the forecast for
Will this test, which asks you to stare at a flashing blue dot to see if surrounding yellow dots disappear, tell you if you have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD? No, that's not true: Experts consulted by Lead Stories say
Is Bill Gates the "first man to bring computers into this world," and is he worth "trillions and trillions"? No, that's not true: A social media video post purporting to be sharing "the truth about Bill Gates" makes those claim but offers
Photo shows U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert with two scantily dressed men.
Did singer Justin Bieber say that the COVID-19 vaccine ruined his life? No, that's not true: A Daily Mail article that describes Bieber's bout with facial paralysis due to Ramsay Hunt syndrome doesn't mention any of Bieber's thoughts on C
Here's how to tell whether a "Statement by Donald J. Trump" is actually a statement by Donald J. Trump...
Is this photo of a man with a black eye Paul Pelosi? No, that's not true: This appears to be a doctored photo. The Napa County Department of Corrections provided Lead Stories with the correct mug shot of Paul Pelosi, husband of House Spea
While Allen wasn't cast in the 2022 "Lightyear" movie, he was working on a different project with Disney.
Would anyone really swim that close to one?
95-item list of food-destroying incidents demonstrates that “you are duped if you think they aren’t planning a food shortage.”
Was John F. Kennedy Jr., preparing to make an announcement about his candidacy for U.S. senator of New York right before his death? No, that's not true: Although reports have suggested that Kennedy was considering running for the Senate s
Social media users should be wary of photographs that start circulating after a scandal.
The image of the Governor of Marib Governorate, Yemen, Major General Sultan Al-Arada, has been misinterpreted as a businessman from Canada.
By Uliana Malashenko Is it true that a "classified" Azov document proves that over two-thirds of the Mariupol population support Russia? No, that's not true: The link to the English-language article by the state-controlled Syrian Arab New
While numerous homes and other structures were destroyed, there were no immediate reports of injuries.
A purported police mug shot of a bruised and disheveled Paul Pelosi miraculously turned up on social media after Pelosi's 2022 DUI arrest.
There's much more to historical research than old, dusty books.
On June 10 2022, an Imgur user shared screenshots of a tweet from @RightWingCope, about the phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” and its effects on a young boy with autism whose name is Brandon: Unironically one of the most wholesome stories
The TikTok user who originally uploaded the videos admitted they were false and issued an apology on his TikTok page.
A 2019 video of a telephone antenna removal in Peru has been miscaptioned as a 5G antenna. There is no evidence that 5G technology harms human health.