Billboard in New York City shows “Stand with Israel” ad replacing “Stand with Ukraine” ad.
Two satirical images appearing to be Forbes covers featuring Hamas leaders have been circulating on social media.
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.
Does a video show British police officers expressing support for a pro-Palestinian rally in London during the 2023 Hamas-Israel war? No, that's not true: London's Metropolitan Police told Lead Stories that the men in the footage were not
Joe Rogan spoke about a child being abducted into a secret Disneyland tunnel.
Video shows Palestinians pretending to be corpses amid the Israel-Hamas war.
“Thousands of U.S. troops make their way to Israel” in video.
CLAIM: A video shows Israel’s flag displayed on the outside of the Sphere in Las Vegas. AP’S ASSESSMENT: Altered video.
Video shows Hamas launching a “rocket attack.”
“The U.S. is sending $8 billion worth of military aid to Israel.”
Video shows “second night of missiles attacks against Israel.”
The footage depicting rockets in the sky is being shared on social media with claims it is “breaking” news.
The video has been edited to make it look like the tomato slice is moving through the water of its own accord.
The photo is altered and has been circulating online for several years.
Does the German government have study figures that show people given the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine (Comirnaty) "have overall suffered from fewer medically undesirable events as subjects who received the placebo"? No, that's not true: As of
Video shows military planes over Nashville "dispersing materials into the atmosphere" for geoengineering.
The image shows a street of houses that have burned down while the surrounding trees remain standing.
The Las Vegas Sphere displayed a derogatory message directed at President Joe Biden.
Video shows President Joe Biden apologizing for flatulence.
A video shared on social media was filmed during evacuations from Kabul in August 2021, not in Ukraine.
A number of Facebook posts wrongly claim a video showed protests in London against the arrest of the former Pakistani Prime Minister earlier this month.
A graphic shared on Twitter shows words such as “racist,” “racists” and “racism” have appeared more frequently in news media. Some social media users are saying the increase proves the media has an agenda. But the study from which the graph
Photo shows migrants heading to U.S. border in May 2023.
Was Jacob Chansley, the Capitol rioter better known as the "QAnon Shaman," released early from prison to a halfway house "following video evidence showing that January 6  was a hoax" and an "inside job"? No, that's not true: The Bur
A modified video circulating on social media appears to show President Biden getting distracted by an ice-cream van during a speech by the first lady.
“Russian dementia care facilities are using Biden on their poster.”
Did an aerial video capture a deep and wide chasm in the Earth's crust in southern Turkey's Hatay province, part of the area hit by earthquakes in early February 2023? No, that's not true: This video footage does not show earthquake fault
Discussing the fallout from the death of Tyre Nichols, Fox News’ Sean Hannity said two academic studies found police officers are as or less likely to shoot Black suspects, showing, “There is no systemic racism in policing. It doesn’
Oxfordshire County Council has confirmed there are no plans to introduce such road signs in the city, contrary to posts on social media.
Did graffiti showing Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy eating money appear in the capital of France during November 2022? No, that's not true: Neither local authorities nor the personnel of a store located near the supposed graffiti