Like many Democrats, Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes says he wants to cut “middle-class” taxes and make sure the wealthy “pay their fair share.” But an ad from his opponent, Sen. Ron Johnson, in the race for U.S. Senate false
Says under his plan to end cash bail "the Waukesha perpetrator wouldn’t have been released "
Lufthansa, the airline, has clarified that the delay happened because of a delayed inbound flight and an aircraft change, not because of CM Mann.
Was Queen Elizabeth II photographed in the cockpit of a World-War-II-era Spitfire fighter plane? No, that's not true: An image on social media that allegedly shows the late British monarch in a Spitfire is derived from two separate photos
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
If you’re even a casual consumer of climate news, you probably know that some parts of the globe are warming more rapidly than others. Scientists have known for years, for instance, that the Arctic is heating up at a faster clip than the global avera
An image on Facebook shows two contrails.
A Facebook post claims that “zero plane parts” were found at the 9/11 crash sites. This isn’t true.
“The pope, Xi and Putin all meet to plan world events!”
“No plane debris was found at the Pentagon.”
Business and government officials are bracing for the possibility of a nationwide rail strike while talks carry on between the largest U.S. freight railroads and their unions.
A Boeing 757 didn’t fly into the Pentagon on 9/11.
“I don’t accept a dime of corporate money.”
It took decades from the first success — a kidney in 1954 — to transplant 1 million organs.
The BSA sought bankruptcy protection more than two years ago to stave off a flood of lawsuits alleging child sexual abuse by Scout leaders and volunteers.
GMO mosquitoes in Florida are not funded by Bill Gates. The virus in Florida is the West Nile virus, which has been found in the U.S. since 1999.
Here, a professor and nuclear safety expert at the University of Southern California explained the risks of warfare taking place in and around nuclear power plants.
Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been engulfed by fighting between Russian and Ukrainian troops in recent weeks, fueling concerns of a nuclear catastrophe.
U.K. government food rations are part of a standard armed forces contract unrelated to food shortages. There is no evidence the shortages are planned.
A man charged with stealing a plane that he didn’t know how to land will remain behind bars, denied bond by a judge who took a dim view of his lawyer’s promise that he wouldn’t take off again.
Britain's Defense Ministry says shelling continued in the district where the Zaporizhzhia power plant sits.
A team from the U.N. nuclear agency has arrived at the site of Europe’s largest nuclear plant to inspect security conditions.
Joe Biden's student debt forgiveness plan is a "bailout for rich kids."
Claims that the coffee chain is due to go cashless in October have been shared thousands of times.
President Joe Biden has made a long-awaited decision on how to handle student debt. On Aug. 24 Biden announced that his administration will waive student loan debt for qualifying Americans […] The post Is Joe Biden’s student debt forgiveness pl
President Joe Biden said by 2030, the U.S. would have 950 million solar panels, 120,000 wind turbines and 2,300 battery plants to store clean energy. Is it really doable?
President Joe Biden plans to forgive between $10,000 and $20,000 of student debt for qualifying borrowers. But is that legal? We look at the confusing legal battlefield for student debt relief.
As soon as President Joe Biden announced his plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of Americans, facts and figures streamed across the internet projecting the plan’s impact. The […] The post Statistics about Biden’s student loan
The stakes couldn't be higher for the International Atomic Energy Agency experts who will visit the plant in a country where the 1986 Chernobyl disaster spewed radiation throughout the region.
Depending on the lens, Biden’s student debt relief plan might look like help for people of modest means, a gift to the well-to-do, or an unfair burden on hard-working Americans. See how the competing claims hold up.
Did Ukraine launch a counterattack against Russia by crossing its border and blowing up a Russian power plant, leaving the country in flames? No, that's not true: Although the Ukraine military has launched some cross-border missile attack
The COVID-19 pandemic was planned, and a 2019 simulation called Event 201 was a rehearsal for it.
Does a Facebook video show three UFOs surrounding a nuclear plant? No, that's not true: The footage shows a coal-fired power plant in West Virginia, and the white orbs allegedly flying in the sky above have been created by a special effec
Is President Joe Biden going to launch a U.S. central bank digital currency (CBDC) in December 2022? No, that's not true: Although Biden signed an executive order in March 2022 that required research into the future of money and payment s
Freezing the price cap would require roughly £8 billion more funding, according to the IFS.
A YouTube video suggests that vapour trails in the sky are evidence of “global elites” attempting to “block out the sun”. They are actually contrails caused by frozen water vapour.
Here's what we know so far and what it means for people with outstanding student loans.
The American Rescue Plan “helped create nearly 10 million new jobs.”
Borrowers who earn less than $125,000 a year, or families earning less than $250,000, would be eligible for the $10,000 loan forgiveness.
The virus was used in a fictional scenario during a theoretical planning event in March 2021.