Was "even the media" prosecuted during the 1945-46 Nuremberg trials of Nazi Germany's leadership and "put to death for lying to the public"? No, that's not true: This claim misrepresents the purpose of these historical legal proceedings,
Are COVID-19 PCR tests "linked to human cloning"? No, that's not true. There is no evidence confirming that human cloning ever occurred. A study cited in a video making the claim never discussed PCR tests used during the pandemic because
There’s no evidence that Covid-19 PCR tests are being used to clone humans. A paper cited to support this theory explores the use of the PCR technique in gene cloning, not reproductive cloning.
Do household microwave ovens emit levels of radiation high enough to harm human health? No, that's not true: Federal law in the United States obliges microwave oven makers to adhere to radiation emission standards that are too low to caus
“Joe Biden is being investigated for human trafficking and is guilty.”
Does a viral image prove that McDonald's uses human flesh for making "hamburgers and sasuages" "worldwide"? No, that's not true: The video screenshot, accompanied by misleading and unrelated hashtags, only shows a lamb being prepared on a
Does a "terminator gene" exist that creates seedless fruits that "sterilize" or cause infertility in humans who consume these fruits? No, that's not true: Multiple professors who study plant genetics told Lead Stories that these claims ar
Did Maggie Hassan, a New Hampshire Democrat who ran for Senate in the 2022 midterms, win 1,100 votes from a town with only 700 people? No, that's not true: The New Hampshire Secretary of State told Lead Stories the inflated vote tally was
“European royals killing naked children for fun at hunting parties.”
REVIEW mRNA vaccines were widely used for the first time during the mass vaccination campaign against COVID-19. Traditional vaccine technologies use viral proteins or entire weakened or killed viruses to generate immunity. By contrast, mRNA vaccines
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Does a viral video prove that the founder of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, and other speakers at WEF events planned to establish the "new world order" and "microchip human race"? No, that's not true: The heavily edited social me
Did the U.S. Marines find a warehouse in Chatsworth, California full of human organs "excised from adolescent children"? No, that's not true: The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) told Le
“Smithsonian admits to destruction of thousands of giant human skeletons in early 1900s.”
Does a social media video show a "transhuman" baby from parents who received the COVID-19 vaccine? No, that's not true: The mother of the baby shown in the video post told Lead Stories that her daughter was born in August 2020, before the
Does a social media video show a U.S. patent for harvesting adrenochrome from humans? No, that's not true: 3M, the holder of the patent shown, #4,501,923, told Lead Stories that the license "does not describe or suggest harvesting adrenoc
A video shows that a “Nuremberg 2.0 crimes against humanity trial starts Jan 2023.”
Does a Boston University (BU) study of a COVID-19 strain with an "80% lethality" have implications for humans? No, that's not true: The kill rate refers to mice used in the lab tests, and BU's manipulated virus was less lethal than existi
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Has NASA classified people vaccinated against COVID-19 as "Homo Borg Genesis"? No, that's not true: This term cannot be found in any of the agency's publicly available documents, and NASA's representative told Lead Stories the agency hasn
Visuals of COVID-19 lockdowns in China have been wrongly shared to claim that Agenda 2030 will confine humanity and impose similar orders via drones.
Pääbo is widely regarded as having pioneered the field of ancient DNA.
Are nefarious actors based in China manufacturing fake eggs made of plastic and selling them for human consumption? No, that's not true. The absence of corroborating reports on what would be a noteworthy event in the history of food raise
Denisova did not admit fabricating accusations against Russian troops. She only accepted her inappropriate use of language in detailing rape crimes.
There is overwhelming scientific evidence that global warming is primarily caused by human CO2 emissions and not by solar or lunar activity.
Photos claiming so are of various Chapels of Bones across Portugal and even a crypt of a monastery in Rome. They have nothing to do with the Vatican.
Discarded pieces of landing gear, crashed spacecraft and wear and tear have produced debris that is now scattered around the Martian surface.
As criticism and attention piled onto right-wing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for shipping a group of fifty asylum seekers from Texas to Massachusetts, an immigration attorney accused federal operatives of lying to the immigrants as part of that proce
An updated COVID-19 booster shot is now available, as strains of the coronavirus continue to spread. President Joe Biden said Sept. 6 that the updated boosters are meant to provide […] The post Why the recent COVID-19 boosters were authorized bef
The updated COVID-19 boosters’ effectiveness was tested in mice and authorized before data could be gathered from human trials because of a pressing need to address the rapidly changing nature of coronavirus variants, an expert said.
Does consumption of irradiated foods cause cancer and other diseases? No, that's not true: Food irradiation is a well-studied, FDA-approved process that kills pathogens associated with foodborne infections; thus, also preserving food for
The WEF has not claimed they want to microchip humans; this belief and the idea they want to control the world is tied to the Great Reset conspiracy.
Is monosodium glutamate (MSG) a neurotoxin that will kill brain cells and cause headaches, migraines, learning disabilities and Lou Gehrig's Disease? No, that's not true: The alarming message in this video is not supported by the U.S. Foo
Michelle L.D. Hanlon, a professor of air and space law, considers the question.
According to medical and police reports, actor Anne Heche died from injuries sustained in a car accident in Los Angeles.
Is the CERN physics laboratory powered by child sacrifices or human blood? No, that's not true: There's no evidence that the lab, which is often referred to as the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, is being powered by anything oth
Is the United Nations "having China build thousands" of robots that could scoop up human bodies? No, that's not true: In an August 15, 2022, email to Lead Stories, Farhan Aziz Haq, deputy spokesman for the U.N. Secretary-General, said th
Here’s a look into research that explains why it’s natural to resist changing your mind — and how you can get better at making these shifts.
Aspartame is not toxic to the human body. Although, its over consumption may lead to some ailments, more studies are required to confirm the findings.
It's a question that keeps some scientists awake at night: Do spiders sleep?