We’ve taken a look at some of the claims made by the final two contenders to be the next Prime Minister during Sky News’s “The Battle For Number 10” Q&A.
The image of the "Yellowstone" star sporting a white T with a political message on it went viral.
We look at the detail of the Conservative leadership candidate’s proposals for public sector pay, which she has now dropped after criticism.
Her father did not tweet saying she couldn’t tie her shoelaces until she was 12.
Are disposable COVID-19 testing swabs that have been sterilized using ethylene oxide (EO) gas considered carcinogenic and dangerous when used daily? No, that's not true: Only minuscule amounts of EO remain after processing. Matthew J. Ard
Sen. Mark Kelly “voted to legalize abortion up until the moment of birth.”
We’ve taken a closer look at the claims made by the final two contenders to be the next Prime Minister.
Three weeks before the most significant election of her political career, Liz Cheney was nowhere to be seen as thousands of voters gathered for a massive midsummer rodeo and cowboy festival in Wyoming’s largest city.
Is North Carolina House Bill 158 expected to legalize the murder of a pregnant woman if the person who kills the woman is defending the life of the baby? Not really: Although state representatives did propose HB158 -- which would allow a
Does an individual's name being completely capitalized on legal documents mean that they are actually considered a corporation, not an individual? No, that's not true: This assertion, often embraced by followers of the sovereign citizens
Some trees are said to have up to 50,000 holes in them, bored by generations of acorn woodpeckers.
The shooting started just minutes after the parade began in Highland Park, north of Chicago.
ITCCS, the purported court that ruled the Queen and Prince Philip guilty of abducting pupils from Kamloops, is a one-person blog with no legal status.
“U.S. House of Reps. votes 226-194 to criminalize disassembling, cleaning, and re-assembling your gun without a firearm manufacturer’s license, including 8 Republicans!”
Here's how to tell whether a "Statement by Donald J. Trump" is actually a statement by Donald J. Trump...
In June 2022, the Platinum Jubilee revived a disturbing old anecdote that suggested casual racism on the part of Elizabeth II.
Did the House of Representatives vote to criminalize disassembling, cleaning and reassembling your gun? No, that's not true: A House gun control bill, passed June 8, 2022, would regulate ghost guns, untraceable firearms that can be assemb
The U.S. split from Great Britain is history, but the monarchy still has a hold on its former colony's heart.
In the wiggle of a nose, a man partially covered the “Bewitched” statue in Salem with red paint.
The queen skipped the event at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London due to difficulties getting around that have limited the 96-year-old monarch’s public engagements in recent months.
Formal celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee began with Trooping the Color, an annual military review that has marked the sovereign’s official birthday since 1760.
The U.S. Soccer Federation reached milestone agreements to pay its men's and women's teams equally, making the American national governing body the first in the sport to promise both sexes matching money.
Did Queen Elizabeth II congratulate Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the presumptive president-elect of the Philippines, on May 11, 2022, for his presidential election win? No, that's not true: A social media post claiming that the queen called Marc
A 2019 video of anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act protests has been misattributed to 2022 with a false communal narrative.
Did the queen "surprise everyone by declaring new king and queen"? No, that's not true: Queen Elizabeth, the 96-year-old British monarch, has not decided that her son Charles and his wife Camilla will be skipped over in favor of Prince Wi
Did Queen Elizabeth II award the honors of Knight Bachelor to a cat named Ruben? No, that's not true: This post was made on April Fools' Day 2022. The original photo from October 10, 2019, was digitally altered to replace stage actor Sir
Social media users enthusiastically shared a post about "Sir Ruben J. Cat, KBE," in April 2022.
Did "NASA spokeswoman Trish Chamberson" acknowledge the existence of an alien civilization? No, that's not true: A NASA spokesperson told Lead Stories, "There is no truth to this claim," and added that there is no NASA spokeswoman named T
Quick Take A California bill would do away with mandatory investigations of stillbirths. Opponents misleadingly claim it would “legalize infanticide.” The bill would prevent prosecution in cases of “perinatal death due to a pregnancy-
Lilibet, baby daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, "made her first appearance with the queen.”
Queen Elizabeth II was marking her 96th birthday privately, retreating to the Sandringham estate in eastern England.
Vladimir Putin “ended the Rothschild's control over Russia by nationalizing the Russian centralized bank."
In 2017, a network of hoax websites published a series of false claims that still get shared today.
Did Russian leader Vladimir Putin end the Rothschild family's control over Russia by nationalizing Russia's central bank? No, that's not true: Russia has had a central bank for more than 160 years. Alexander II, the emperor of Russia, sig
Sheridan died in her sleep from natural causes, five days after her April 10 birthday, said Amanda Hendon, her longtime representative and friend.
SciCheck Digest Those who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 are more prone to serious illness and are dying at higher rates than those who are vaccinated. But partisan social media accounts, including a post by a member of former President Donald Tru
As with people vaccinated against COVID-19, “many people who were NOT vaccinated also experienced zero or mild symptoms.”
Dr. Pippa Malmgren's words have been quoted out of context. She talked about the future of money becoming digital and how it could support the world.
House Bill 0233 was a GOP attempt to give legal recognition to exclusively heterosexual, "common law" marriages.