A lawyer for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign is accused of lying to the FBI as it investigated potential ties between Donald Trump and Russia in 2016.
McDonald's said that it has started the process of selling its Russian business, which includes 850 restaurants that employ 62,000 people.
The video shared by Russian media is not of combat drones, but agricultural DJI AGRAS T30 multi-copters used for crop dusting.
An image from a 2017 video of a girl tearfully begging for an iPhone 7 from a man has been mislabeled as Volodymyr Zelenskyy's daughter.
Nestlé has stopped most of its operations in Russia. It continues to provide essential infant, medical, and hospital nutrition.
There's little evidence to suggest that this app is any more invasive in its collection of user data than other apps.
Says video shows "Ukrainian forces shoot down Russian plane carrying hundreds (of) troops on Kyiv airport."
On May 9 2022, three Imgur posts purportedly showed Russia’s ambassador to Poland after an incident in Warsaw in which protesters threw red paint at him: One of the three posts linked to a tweet featuring video of the purported protest in Warsa
China did not air a map depicting a divided Russia. A map showing Russia's neighboring countries relative to its vast area has been miscaptioned.
It was a high-profile embarrassment for Russia's military, but the Pentagon denied that it played a direct role in the strike.
An old image from 2020 of a railway bridge collapse in the Murmansk region, Russia, has been incorrectly attributed to the recent incident in 2022.
Ian McKellen clarified via Twitter that he had not visited Ukraine during Russia's invasion after social media posts spread misinformation.
“Space X’s Starlink internet constellation has angered Russia as it was reported that the Starlink satellite constellation was used to guide the fire” on the Russian ship Moskva.
The death of a Ukrainian air force major general in combat has been misattributed. The existence of the Ghost of Kyiv is unclear.
Did a NATO Patriot missile attack hit Russian troops near the Ukraine border? No, that's not true: A NATO official confirmed there was not any kind of NATO attack on Russian troops in late April 2022. The Patriot is used by more than 17 n
The video shows Finnish tanks being transported for a military exercise taking place amid Russian nuclear threats.
The wrongfully-installed “acting” head of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) ordered changes in 2020 to a report on Russian interference saying it would hurt then-United States President Donald Trump, according to a report from the d
On May 4 2022, Ukrainian journalist Anastasiia Lapatina tweeted about Russian state media purportedly accusing the Ukrainian military of engaging in “black magic”: Russian state media: “Signs of black magic were found in Ukrainian milit
Did Ukrainian troops attack a Russian armored vehicle convoy with dozens of "U.K.-sent tanks"? No, that's not true: The video posted, which is filled with footage of tanks, has absolutely no footage of Ukrainian troops attacking a Russian
Did a Ukrainian drone drop dozens of bombs and destroy 530 Russian tanks on May 4, 2022? No, that's not true: There were no reports of such an attack, and a video with the claim features footage of totally unrelated, earlier events. The c
The European Union's top official called on the 27-nation bloc to ban oil imports from Russia and target the country’s biggest bank and major broadcasters in a sixth package of sanctions over the war in Ukraine.
This video has been circulating on social networks since January 2022, before the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
For context, the head of the Russian space agency has threatened that the station could crash into Earth because of sanctions.
The Ukrainian President called on the U.S. to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.
Does this video show the moon eclipsing the sun over the North Pole at "the border of Russia and Canada"? No, that's not true: A NASA spokesperson told Lead Stories that this video "isn't showing a real phenomenon." This footage is from a
“War Begins — F-35, F-16 and MiG-29 NATO intercept and destroy Russia Jets in Polish air space.”
Warning: many of the articles and posts linked to below include extremely graphic images. A number of posts on Facebook show an image from Ukraine of a soldier and some children walking past upturned cars, and a building in the background with intact w
A video from 2017 that shows a derailed train in Russia is misattributed to the current Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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A war, atrocities, and misinformation: It’s happening today with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but today’s events also have echoes of the Spanish-American War of 1898.
Russia and the United States carried out a dramatic prisoner exchange, trading a Marine veteran jailed in Moscow for a convicted Russian drug trafficker serving a long prison sentence in America.
One day after the United States and other Western allies vowed to speed more and better military supplies to Ukraine, the Kremlin upped the ante, using its most essential export as leverage.
As the Russian military continues to pound Ukraine, evidence of war crimes keeps mounting. Could perpetrators be held to account under international law? If so, how soon could that happen? And what […] The post Evidence of Russian war crimes in
The image in question shows a Russian helicopter.
Do social media posts show Russian agents arresting neo-Nazis for an assassination plot and then displaying their confiscated property? Maybe, it's not clear what the images show: A video of the purported raid was released by Russia's Fed
Did Great Britain threaten to use nuclear weapons against Russia during the 2022 Russia-Ukraine conflict? No, that's not true: A spokesperson at the press office of No. 10 Downing Street in London -- the office of U.K. Prime Minister Bori
As the Russian military continues to pound Ukraine, evidence of war crimes keeps mounting. Could perpetrators be held to account under international law? If so, how soon could that happen?
A video shows the Russian warship Moskva exploding.
Russia unleashed a string of attacks against Ukrainian rail and fuel facilities, striking crucial infrastructure far from the front line of its eastern offensive.
Mounds of dirt seen in satellite imagery that Ukrainian officials say indicate new mass graves highlighted the savagery of a war that showed no signs of abating.