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PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Claim of 1 million Ukrainian soldiers dead has no official backing
"1,000,000 Ukraine soldiers wiped out”
PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – Social media post misleads with Los Angeles County list of ‘zero-bail’ policy exceptions
A list shows violent crimes in Los Angeles that “people will be set free on as of today.”
The Dispatch→ New Book Club Episode: A Conversation With David Grann
First discussion of the summer season. Continue reading New Book Club Episode: A Conversation With David Grann »
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: George Soros Did NOT Say ‘Those Who Oppose My Agenda Are White Supremacists’
Did George Soros say "Those who oppose my agenda are white supremacists"? No, that's not true: There is no verifiable evidence or credible source that supports the assertion that Soros said this or that the statement attributed to him is
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Designation ‘L17-A’ Found On Streetlight In South Australia Does NOT Reveal Conspiracy To Alter Human DNA
Does a number code printed on a streetlight match that of a ribosomal protein and does this show that mRNA from the COVID-19 vaccines can be activated using optogenetic technology if a vaccinated person is exposed to the light from the st
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: CDC Did NOT Say ‘AIDS-Associated Diseases And Cancers Increased 338x Since Rollout Of The COVID Vaccine’
Did the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say that AIDS-associated diseases and cancers have increased by 338 times since the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine? No, that's not true: The CDC says there are no indications that
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Social media users shared incorrect prediction about election lawsuit resolution
An Arizona judge was “forced to overturn” an election and ruled “274,000 ballots must be thrown out.”
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Video de Biden hablando sobre un peligro a la nación es de 2022, no actual
"Estados Unidos en peligro advierte el presidente y llama a todos a defender el alma de Estados Unidos".
PolitiFact→ Ron DeSantis se postula para la presidencia del 2024. ¿Qué tan ciertos han sido sus discursos?
El gobernador de Florida, Ron DeSantis entra en la carrera presidencial con un récord en el Truth-O-Meter desde el 2013. Aquí puedes leer cómo hemos verificado sus declaraciones en temas LGBTQ+ y sobre Donald Trump.
The Dispatch→ The Worst Possible Reason to Support New AI Regulation
Be wary of big businesses asking to be reined in. Continue reading The Worst Possible Reason to Support New AI Regulation »
PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – No evidence of exponential increase in ‘AIDS-associated diseases and cancers’ after COVID-19 vaccine
“AIDS-associated diseases and cancers have increased by 338x since the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines, according to the CDC and foreign government bodies."
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show ‘Nato Soldiers in Ukraine’
Does a viral video prove the presence of NATO forces in Ukraine in May 2023? No, that's not true: The footage, predating the Russian invasion of Ukraine, shows Afghanistan. The claim appeared in a video on TikTok on May 10, 2023. The text
Full Fact→ ‘Make England Great Again’ quote does not really come from Lee Anderson
The quote now circulating on social media is originally from a clearly labelled political sketch in the Guardian.
Full Fact→ Video showing ‘NATO soldiers now in Ukraine’ was filmed in Afghanistan in 2021
A video shared on social media was filmed during evacuations from Kabul in August 2021, not in Ukraine.
Climate Feedback→ How much of a climate solution can technologies such as carbon capture and storage be?
Science has shown consistently that adding CO2 to the atmosphere is changing the climate in various ways, including raising the surface temperature of the oceans and atmosphere. One of the climate change mitigation technologies is carbon capture and st
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: A Person’s Race Is NOT Encoded In Their Social Security Number
Does a person's Social Security number reveal information about their race? No, that's not true: This rumor is based on fears that personal information encoded in a Social Security number could result in racial discrimination. This concer
Full Fact→ Tim Schofield has not been stabbed in prison
It’s been falsely claimed on social media that the brother of TV presenter Phillip Schofield has been stabbed in prison.
Health Feedback→ Flawed comparison of cancer mortality between fluoridated and non-fluoridated U.S. cities doesn’t provide sufficient evidence that fluoride causes cancer
REVIEW Scientific evidence has demonstrated that community water fluoridation is an effective means of preventing tooth decay, with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hailing it as one of the greatest public health achievements. How
Washington Post→ Pro-Trump ads attack DeSantis for policies Trump once also embraced
MAGA Inc.’s clever ads attacking Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) don’t acknowledge that former president Donald Trump is equally vulnerable to such attacks.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Soviet Victory Flag Did NOT Fly Over The Reichstag Building In Berlin In Early May 2023
Did a red banner resembling a Soviet flag fly in Berlin over the Reichstag building, the seat of the Bundestag, the German federal parliament, on May 8, 2023 to commemorate the 1945 liberation of Europe from Nazi control? No, that's not t
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Tim Allen Did NOT Commit To Film Seven Episodes With Roseanne Barr
Did actor Tim Allen agree to film new episodes of Roseanne Barr's new show? No, that's not true: This claim was published on a self-described satirical website aimed at trolling conservatives. Lead Stories could find no credible news repo
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Anthony Fauci Is NOT Son Of Mother Teresa
Is Dr. Anthony Fauci, former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the son of Mother Teresa, Catholic nun and Nobel Peace Prize winner? No, that's not true: Fauci was born to Italian-American paren
PolitiFact→ TikTok posts – No evidence that Chinese immigrants at U.S. southern border are ‘troops’
"Chinese communist” troops on the ground at U.S. southern border.
PolitiFact→ Bernie Sanders – Are US prescription drug prices 10 times higher than those in other nations? Only sometimes
"We pay by far the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs, in some cases 10 times more than the people of any other country."
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – El Congreso no ha aprobado un nuevo seguro de salud gratuito para todos
“El Congreso ha aprobado un seguro de salud gratis con cobertura médica, dental y de visión”.
Full Fact→ Wrong man pictured in social media posts about Met Police shooting of two dogs
Thousands of people have shared posts which wrongly claim to have identified a police officer at the incident earlier this month.
Logically→ Video of AIMIM MLA quarreling with police personnel shared as from Karnataka
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NATO Did NOT Sign Agreement Not To Expand Eastwards After Soviet Union’s Fall
Did NATO sign a written agreement not to expand eastwards after the fall of the Soviet Union? No, that's not true: On its website, NATO refutes the claim, and even Russia -- which historically argued that it was offered verbal guarantees
PolitiFact→ Verificamos lo que dijo Kamala Harris sobre los negocios latinos y su financiamiento
En Español: Las empresas de propiedad latina recibieron alrededor del 1% del capital de las 25 principales firmas de capital riesgo y capital privado entre 2007 y 2017, según el informe 2021 de una consultora.
Logically→ Posts falsely claim billionaire financier George Soros died of a heart attack
The Dispatch→ Fact Check: Kathy Hochul Cannot Appoint Someone to Replace George Santos in Congress
New York Rep.-Elect George Santos speaks during the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) Annual Leadership Meeting in November 2022. (Photo by David Becker/ Washington Post/Getty Images) Social media users are claiming that if Republican Rep. George Santo
Health Feedback→ Some studies suggest nutritional deficiencies may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, but they aren’t the sole cause as social media post claims
REVIEW A Facebook reel of an interview snippet claiming that Alzheimer’s disease is caused by nutrient deficiencies rather than genes went viral in early May 2023. The claim was made by Joel Wallach, a veterinarian and naturopath, who also previou
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Free Tickets Promotion On Facebook Is NOT Sponsored By Six Flags
Is Six Flags amusement park corporation sponsoring a promotion on Facebook that offers up to eight complimentary Six Flags tickets? No, that's not true: In 2016 Six Flags posted a "Fraud Alert" on its website warning of social media posts
Full Fact→ Social media posts falsely claim Nicola Bulley’s husband has been arrested and charged with murder
Thousands of people have shared baseless claims about Paul Ansell on social media.
PolitiFact→ Ron DeSantis – Trump suggested raising Social Security retirement age in 2000, but hasn’t backed it since
“Donald Trump himself wrote a book where he was talking about the need to increase the age of eligibility for Social Security to 70.”
Health Feedback→ No evidence that hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin cure cancer; cancer and multiple sclerosis aren’t caused solely by parasites, contrary to claim by orthopedic surgeon
REVIEW A Facebook video posted on 5 May 2023 claimed that parasites cause cancer and multiple sclerosis, receiving more than 130,000 views. The video is an excerpt from a 5 December 2022 episode of the podcast “After Hours with Dr. Sigoloff”, du
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Despite renewed claims, Hillary Clinton still doesn’t have Parkinson’s disease
“Hillary Clinton has Parkinson’s disease.”
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence Of Old ‘Tartarian Empire’ Or Of ‘Mud Flood’ Resetting Society
Did a once powerful and technologically advanced "Tartarian Empire" exist before being washed away or buried in a great "mud flood" that reset society? No, that's not true: There is no proof to support this claim. While the assertion has
PolitiFact→ Texas congressman says some immigration appointments in NYC’s ICE office are for 2033. Is that true?
Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, said it takes immigrants 10 years to get an appointment at NYC’s ICE office. Although immigration cases can take years to resolve, the program he referenced ended November 2021.