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Does an image called "Mexico did it," referring to a supposed COVID-19 cure in Mexico, actually spread a virus within five seconds when opened on a phone and did CNN and the BBC report about this? No, that's not true: Lead Stories could f
On September 13 2023, a pair of popular posts about “alien corpses” presented at a hearing before Mexico’s government appeared on Reddit’s r/aliens (and elsewhere): Aliens revealed at UAP Mexico Hearing byu/im2much4u2handlex in
Does a viral picture prove that the Vatican is "ruled by aliens" or show that "the UFO symbol is almost everywhere" there? No, that's not true: The image does not show the Vatican or its official symbols -- the photo shows a coat of arms
SciCheck Digest Cases of myocarditis have been reported following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination, but they are rare and usually mild. Yet, a viral video distorts news reports to falsely claim 850 people died in Monterrey, Mexico, in June due to myocardi
CLAIM: In a span of two weeks in late June, a total of 850 died due to myocarditis in the city of Monterrey, in Mexico’s northeastern state of Nuevo León.
Ron DeSantis said that if elected president he would send troops to both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border and use lethal force against drug smugglers. Experts say these proposals wouldn’t curb fentanyl flow.
Does this video show a crowd gathered in Nanterre, France, to protest the June 27, 2023, killing of Nahel Merzouk by police? No, that's not true: This video of a crowd at El Zocalo, the main square of Mexico City, was filmed and posted on
Does this video show a large crowd of migrants scaling the fence at the U.S. border with Mexico? No, that's not true: This scene was filmed in North Africa in March 2022 as migrants from sub-Saharan Africa climbed the border fence of the
A video shows a steamroller destroying Bud Light cases in relation to Anheuser-Busch’s partnership with a trans person.
“Title 42 and other Trump-era holdovers are forcing migrants into dangerous, overcrowded conditions in Mexico.”
“La mayor parte” del fentanilo que llega a los puertos de Estados Unidos viene desde Canadá.
Thousands of demonstrators gather in Mexico City to protest against President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's plan to reform the electoral authority. (Photo by Daniel Cardenas/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)Budget cuts to the agency that oversees elect
Did President Joe Biden just form a "union" with Mexico and Canada that ended U.S. sovereignty? No, that's not true: The claim misconstrues the Declaration of North America, a trilateral partnership aimed at addressing major regional issu
A video of Argentinian skipper Messi inadvertently kicking a Mexico jersey is being shared with a misleading claim that he "wiped the floor" with it.
Image shows that the New Mexico Secretary of State counted more than 17 million registered voters in a state with a population of about 2 million.
Did 16 million registered voters in New Mexico "drop overnight," within a 24-hour window before Election Day? No, that's not true: A spokesperson for the New Mexico secretary of state's office, which helps administer elections, confirmed
“There have now been 16 straight months of OVER 150,000 illegal border crossings.”
A powerful magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Mexico, causing at least two deaths, damaging buildings and setting off landslides.
Three powerful earthquakes have struck Mexico on Sept. 19 — in 1985, 2017 and now 2022. The unlucky coincidence has driven anxiety high for many.
A magnitude 7.6 earthquake shook Mexico's central Pacific coast, killing at least one person and setting off a seismic alarm in the rattled capital on the anniversary of two earlier devastating quakes.
They call him “El Jefe,” he is at least 12 years old, and his crossing of the heavily guarded U.S.-Mexico border has sparked celebrations on both sides.
The Department of Homeland Security said that it ended a Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court.
A Vassar College professor of geography who's been researching U.S.-Mexico border policing since 1994 explains.
The official findings on the Roswell crash have not indicated finding any biological robots, aiens or equipment that enables space travel.
Three days after Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and U.S. President Joe Biden met in the White House, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's most wanted target was in Mexican custody.
The Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration could end a Trump-era program that sent some migrants seeking asylum back to Mexico to await their immigration court proceedings. But the ruling also limits the power of federal courts in other immi
Does a picture show "pallets of formula" in Mexico, proving that there is only a shortage of baby formula in the United States because "the Biden Administration wants us to suffer"? No, that's not true: Not only does the picture not show
Amidst a baby formula shortage in the United States, a Facebook user ranted in a May 30 2022 status update that “formula” was widely available in Mexico: Our family is on vacation in Mexico. Not the mainland, but an island off the coast. We
Bands of rain and gusty winds lashed Mexico's southern Pacific coast Monday as the first hurricane of the eastern Pacific season advanced slowly.
Border officials are required by law to provide food for any minors in their custody.
New Mexico’s Occupational Health and Safety Bureau said Rust Movie Productions must pay $136,793.
In a Feb. 16 meeting of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations that had been dedicated to U.S.-Colombia relations, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) demanded details on not just the […] The post Ted Cruz said more journalists were killed in M
"In 2020, more journalists were killed in Mexico than in any other country in the world."
Did the New Mexico National Guard "terrorize" schoolchildren? No, that's not true: An official representative of the Estancia School District told Lead Stories, "this event never happened." A New Mexico National Guardsman tells Lead Stori
A prominent Mexican scientist who led a double life with two families on separate continents pleaded guilty to a charge of being co-opted by Russian agents into surveilling a U.S. government informant residing in Miami.
Birds of a feather fall together.