"In order to be a poll worker on the conservative side, you have to register through the Republican Party of Wisconsin."
“Washington, D.C., allows noncitizens to vote in (municipal elections)" so a Russian citizen, after living in Washington for 30 days can "vote for mayor in Washington, D.C. And they don’t even need to show their ID to do it.”
The expelled congressman highlights the devolution of the Republican Party.
Does a video of a man, described in a news report as a militant, show a staged arrest on the Gaza border because he is first seen blindfolded and in his underwear, then apparently putting his pants back on with no blindfold? No, that's no
The moral backbone of the American revolution.
The global linguistic landscape is a dynamic tableau, teeming with a melange of languages, each carrying its unique cultural resonance and communicative texture. A prominent feature in this variegated linguistic tapestry is the English language, whic
On Vivek, ‘scum,’ and Nazis.
Widely spread social media claims that turmeric and honey are the “most powerful” or “most potent” antibiotic significantly overplay the evidence on their action against bacteria.
“Gen Z is divided 50-50 on whether they support Hamas or Israel.”
The Milwaukee Brewers “are complaining about a lack of transit going to the ballpark at the same time as they are testifying in favor (of) taking $135 million away from Milwaukee County, which funds transit."
“In the last 11 months, Customs and Border Patrol has averaged 200,000 apprehensions a month, and you know how many beds we have to detain people at the border? 38,000."
REVIEW The saying “Food is medicine” encapsulates one of the guiding principles of healthcare, recognizing the role that our diet plays in our health. But this concept is sometimes oversimplified and exploited to spread attractive but unsubstant
Did a viral video capture a "Hamas paraglider" falling on electric transmission lines during the Hamas attack on Israel that started on October 7, 2023? No, that's not true: The footage began circulating on social media months before that
Since Joe Biden “has taken office, unemployment in our (Latino) community has been cut in half."
Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, a candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, has called for paper ballots to improve election security. Most Americans already live in jurisdictions that use paper ballots.
Trapped in Elon Musk’s world.
CLAIM: There are more hunters in the U.S. than the world’s armies combined. AP’S ASSESSMENT: Partly false.
A poll by Blood Pressure UK suggests that most 30-50s don’t know their blood pressure—but other evidence suggests that it won’t be high in most cases.
“Norway, Finland, Sweden, Holland, and the UK have now banned gender transition surgery for minors.”
Did the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) attempt to substitute "most salt in America" with a single alternative that contains "mRNA chemicals" and is produced by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates? No, that's not true: An FDA representativ
Did Fox News broadcast a report displaying an image of an Asian man suspected of fatally shooting a person with a chyron that reads, "Shooter described 'mostly white Asian male'"? No, that's not true: A Fox News spokesperson told Lead Sto
Twitter’s ‘views’ metric offers an inflated measure of actual viewership.
U.S. inflation is "now down close to 3%, the lowest among the world’s leading economies."
Fox News chyron called University of North Carolina shooting suspect “mostly white Asian.”
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
Is cayenne pepper "the most powerful blood thinner"? No, that's not true: A cardiologist told Lead Stories it's not the most powerful blood thinner and there is no evidence cayenne pepper is more effective than the drugs scientists have t
“Tens of millions of Americans live in communities where they cannot find a doctor while others have to wait months to be seen.”
Reform UK politician Alex Phillips claimed international students don’t have to pass an English proficiency test, but many are required to take one.
New claims about junior doctor pay in England, including from a Labour MP, are potentially misleading.
REVIEW While Andrew Wakefield’s 1998 study purporting to link autism to the MMR vaccine has since been retracted for numerous flaws, including data fabrication and ethical violations, the claim that vaccines cause autism still persists to this day
Sending the weapons to Ukraine is controversial abroad, but unity persists in the upper chamber.
When the total number of renters is considered, only one third of rental properties have been purchased with this type of mortgage.
Fact checks about Hunter Biden dominated the list
Especially the folks most aggressively urging it.
Says that under his presidency, the unemployment rate has “been below 4% for the longest stretch in 50 years in American history.”
Which of the charges brought by the special counsel investigation are the most serious for Donald Trump? How does it affect his 2024 campaign?
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Did the "most vaccinated countries in the world" have the "worst case fatality rates" for COVID-19? In addition, did the vaccines fail to save lives? No, that's not true: These claims are not supported by current scientific evidence. Nume
Does a study reveal that disposable face masks are the cause of the high levels of microplastics found in human lungs? No, that's not true: Contrary to a headline about the study, the study never mentions disposable masks as a cause of th