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The Dispatch→ Dispatch Live for March 14
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PolitiFact→ Chain email – Waking before sunrise March 12? Daylight saving time could affect your scheduled alarm
Because of daylight saving time, “NO alarm set for the 2:00 a.m. hour will go off” on March 12.
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The Dispatch→ The Dispatch Monthly Mailbag for March
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Logically→ Aldi is offering free food boxes worth £35 to people on Facebook in March.
The Dispatch→ Member Discussion for “1920: The Year of the Six Presidents” — March 2023
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Logically→ Tamil Nadu Police has banned Jallikattu in the state till March 2023.
Tamil Nadu Police has dismissed the claim as fake news and clarified that there is no ban on animal sports such as Jallikattu or Kambala in the state.
Full Fact→ BBC didn’t ‘censor’ footage of Brexit march
Thousands of people have shared claims that the BBC censored footage of a People’s Vote march.
Logically→ Lisa Marie Presley shared her COVID-19 vaccination experience on Facebook in March 2022.
A Facebook post by a blogger is being falsely shared to claim that late singer Lisa Marie Presley shared her COVID-19 vaccination experience.
Logically→ The Kashmir Files has been shortlisted for the Oscar Awards to be held in March 2023.
The Kashmir Files has been named in the reminder list of films eligible for the 95th Academy Awards. The film has not been shortlisted for the Oscars.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Japan’s Team Did NOT Trash World Cup Dressing Room — March Photos Show Mess After Italian Qualifier Loss
Did Japan's soccer team trash a dressing room at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar after losing its November 27, 2022, match to Costa Rica? No, that's not true: These photos are still frames from a video filmed in a dressing room in Stadio Renz
Logically→ These images show former Pakistan PM Imran Khan injured after a gunman attacked his convoy at a protest march.
Old images of Khan are being shared as images of the former Pakistan PM from the recent attack on him at a protest march in Punjab province.
Logically→ Donald Trump and Jim Marchant lost the 2020 election because it was rigged.
There is no evidence that the 2020 elections were rigged. The U.S. Supreme Court and even many Republicans have rejected the baseless claims.
PolitiFact→ Jim Marchant – Nevada Republican echoes Trump’s Pants on Fire about 'rigged election'
“President Trump and I lost an election in 2020 because of a rigged election.”
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Photo Does NOT Show Zelenskyy At Gay Pride March
Was Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy photographed shirtless and wearing an Afro wig at a gay pride event in the United States in the 1990s? No, that's not true: This photo has been digitally edited. The original photo was taken on
PolitiFact→ Jim Marchant – Nevada Republican misleads about DMV registering “illegals” to vote
“Here in Nevada, the DMV registers everybody (to vote) and so that means illegals. They don’t check.”
Truth or Fiction?→ Yes, Borrowers Are Eligible for Refunds on Student Loan Payments Made After March 2020
After the Biden administration announced a student loan forgiveness plan in late August 2022, broad-ranging discussions included claims that some borrowers might be eligible for refunds of payments made during a “pause” initiated in March 2
Logically→ Ukrainian artist Daria Marchenko created a portrait of Vladimir Putin titled ‘The Face of War’ in 2022 using bullet shells from the streets of Ukraine.
The giant portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin made of bullet shells was not created during the recent Ukraine invasion, but in 2015.
Logically→ Bob Chapek, the CEO of Disney, was arrested for human trafficking in March 2022.
The content of a satirical article was falsely shared to claim that Disney CEO Bob Chapek was arrested.
PolitiFact→ PolitiFact Wisconsin 'High Five' for March 2022
Virus-related item took top 'High Five' spot for March 2022
Logically→ These pictures show the devastation caused by a blast in Peshawar, a city in Pakistan, on March 4, 2022.
The image was taken in 2013 after a blast in a market in Peshawar, Pakistan. It is not related to the suicide bombing that occurred on March 4, 2022.
Logically→ Russian forces captured the commander of the Azov Battalion in Mariupol in March 2022.
An old video has been used to falsely claim that Russian forces in Ukraine captured the leader of the Azov Regiment in March 2022.
AllSides→ Meta admits Facebook bug led to a ‘surge of misinformation’ and other harmful content appearing in News Feeds between October and March
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Yes, Joe Biden signed an antilynching bill at the White House on March 29
Joe Biden didn’t sign an antilynching bill in a ceremony outside the White House on March 29.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Chris Rock Did NOT Apologize To Jada Pinkett Smith For Oscars Joke As Of March 28, 2022
Did comedian Chris Rock apologize - as of March 28, 2022 - to actress Jada Pinkett Smith after making a joke about her hair at the Oscars? No, that's not true: Although actor Will Smith, Pinkett Smith's husband, apologized to Rock for sla
Logically→ CNN used footage from Canada while reporting on an explosion in Lviv on March 26.
CNN's coverage showed firefighters at the Lviv explosion site wearing protective gear that read "Edmonton" because Edmonton firefighters donated it.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Chelsea Manning Was NOT ‘In Jail’ In March 2022 As Meme Claims
Is a meme correct that Chelsea Manning was "in jail" as of March 2022? No, that's not true: Manning was released from jail in 2020 and is free as of this writing. Manning's recent tweets from her verified Twitter account, as well as news
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show Boeing 737 Crash In China In March 2022 — It’s A Clip From Simulation Video Of 2019 Ethiopian Airlines Crash
Does a video show the last moment recorded on the Boeing 737 that crashed in China? No, that's not true: The harrowing video is not from a March 21, 2022, crash in China but is from a simulation video of an Ethiopian Airlines crash in 201
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Disney CEO Bob Chapek NOT Arrested For Human Trafficking On Or About March 17, 2022
Was the CEO of Disney, Bob Chapek, arrested for human trafficking in Southern California? No, that's not true: This is a fabricated story with no basis in fact. The article lacks ironic or humorous cues that would indicate it is a comment
Logically→ Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called on his soldiers to lay down their weapons on March 16.
A deepfake video showing President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been widely circulated to falsely claim that he ordered his soldiers to surrender.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Big Fuel Companies Did NOT Sell Gas, Diesel At Low Prices To Protest Government on March 16, 2022
Did big fuel companies sell gas and diesel at low prices in protest against the government on March 16, 2022? No, that's not true: On March 16, 2022, the national average prices for regular gas and diesel exceeded $4 and $5, respectively.
Full Fact→ Photograph of crowded railway station is from Ukraine in March 2022
Several posts shared thousands of times on Facebook show a black-and-white photograph of a crowded railway station in Ukraine. The captions read: “This is not a photo from 1941. This is a Photo from March 2022 with all the colour taken out. A chi
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence President Zelenskyy Left Kyiv In Early March 2022
Does a disproved meme using an old photo of Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy imply that he must have left the capital city of Kyiv in early March 2022? Does the Russian chairman of the State Assembly, Vyacheslav Volodin, know that
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Russia Did NOT Go Back To Using A Gold Standard In Early March 2022
Did Russia go back to using a currency that operates on a gold standard? No, that's not true: Although Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin announced the abolition of the value-added tax (VAT) on precious metals in March 2022, this ch
PolitiFact→ Viral image – California gas prices are going up, but not at $9 a gallon in early March 2022
Gas cost $9 a gallon in California in early March 2022.
Snopes→ MLB Pushes Labor-Deal Deadline to Tuesday for March 31 Start
Major League Baseball extended its deadline for salvaging opening day and a 162-game season.
Logically→ Time magazine’s March 2022 issue compares Russian President Putin to Adolf Hitler.
The image that is being shared online isn't a cover of Time magazine but an artwork by graphic designer Patrick Mulder.
Health Feedback→ Clip of Anthony Fauci discussing potential vaccine safety concerns is from March 2020; current scientific evidence shows COVID-19 vaccines reduce risk of infection and serious illness
REVIEW A 19 March 2020 Facebook Live conversation between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Anthony Fauci, the director for the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, was recently used to spread misinformation about the COVID-19 v
Logically→ Supermarket chain Aldi will terminate the employment of all unvaccinated workers by March 2022.
Only Aldi Australia has made COVID-19 vaccination a requirement for its employees. The supermarket chain has not mandated it in other countries.