The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has stated that breakthrough cases are expected, even going so far as to bold the statement on its website.
The concept of a loft in a trailer or RV might not be new, but the video seemed to quickly catch the interest of millions of TikTok users.
The federal government will investigate its past oversight of Native American boarding schools and work to “uncover the truth about the loss of human life and the lasting consequences” of the institutions.
Snopes spoke to Carl Glatzel Jr. — completely absent from "The Devil Made Me Do It," but a key figure in the true, tragic family history behind the new hit horror movie.
he Strong National Museum of Play has announced the creation of the National Archives of Game Show History.
The FBI issued a subpoena demanding U.S. newspaper giant Gannett provide agents with information to track down readers of a USA Today story about a suspect in a child pornography case who fatally shot two FBI agents.
No, it's not another microchip conspiracy.
A column in the Daily Telegraph makes a number of eye-catching claims about the state of education in the UK, but not all of them are right. In the piece, journalist Celia Walden argues that schemes to help pupils catch up on their learning after
Utah’s Logan Cemetery is home to a headstone which is gaining notoriety around the world thanks to photos posted online.
Was a South Carolina man named William Tenenbaum and who self-identified as a deer shot by hunters because they mistook him for the real thing? No, that's not true: the story was made up by a Canadian entertainment website that makes a li
SciCheck Digest A viral headline shared on social media falsely asserts that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed testing thresholds to “virtually eliminate” COVID-19 cases among vaccinated individuals. That’s wrong.
Sneakers, once the symbol of athleticism, have transcended their primary function to become commercial and fashionable objects of desire.
A viral picture on Facebook appears to contrast low MP attendance for debates on issues such as education for refugee children and knife crime with a packed House of Commons for debates over MPs expenses and pay. This is a popular meme format we
On May 9 2021, UK tabloid The Sun (along with its Scottish counterpart) published an item with the shocking headline, “Beauty therapist CUTS OFF woman’s eyelashes after her card payment fails”: The Rumor and The Sun Screenshots like the
“It's pretty exciting. And it's wonderful to make history. It's about time,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said hours before the speech during an interview on MSNBC.
President Joe Biden spent only a weekend as the “Hamburglar” in the conservative media world, but while the false story lasted, it moved with a damaging speed and breadth.
Did an Irish woman take the gun of her wounded fiance and continue fighting the British army until she was killed? And did someone overhear the comments of the British commander who had called off the fighting so the "Irish could bury the
A story that has been shared multiple times on social media, including on WhatsApp, claims that thousands of human penises shipped from Nigeria in a refrigerated container were intercepted in China. The claim is false; the story originated on a satiric
While you’re biting the heads off your chocolate bunnies, you might wonder how cartoon rabbits became so central to our Easter celebrations.
The question at the heart of the criminal case against its members and associates in the attack on the U.S. Capitol is: What, exactly, did they intend to do?
A post shared more than 75,000 times on Facebook in Kenya and India claims that a plane that went missing in 1955 appeared again 37 years later. The claim is false; this story was first published in an American tabloid known for its fictitious stories
Was the Milwaukee County Children's Court judge arrested on seven counts of child porn also the former president of Drag Queen Story Hour Foundation? No, that's not true. Children's Court Judge Brett Blomme was arrested on seven counts of
Inflammatory posts misleadingly conflated two separate organizations.
The Associated Press issued a correction to its story about a Jan. 2021 phone call between then-President Trump and a Georgia elections investigator.
As is bound to happen given shared familial genes, siblings often look and sound alike.
Remember, only you can prevent forest overdoses.
"I'm not chewing it, sir. It's chewing me."
Was Nancy Pelosi drunk on vodka or "losing it" when she declared, "In order to open these doors, we do not say, 'Open Sesame.' We say 'Open Biden'"? No, that's not true: Pelosi staff and family members have publicly declared the House Spe
Facebook posts claim President Joe Biden and his wife Jill met when she was a teenager and he was in his thirties. This is false; according to Jill Biden and media reports they went on their first date in 1975 when she was 23 and he 32, both had previo
Mail-in voting on the unionization effort started this week at an Alabama warehouse and will go on until the end of March.
Intentionally forgotten stories, or those buried out of shame or trauma, exist everywhere.
Was an assassination attempt against former President Donald Trump foiled late in January 2021? No, that's not true: the source of the assassination story is a website with a history of publishing false claims and there has been no offici
The viral tweet was fake, but not as fake as you might think.
A Tennessee principal was the center of a controversy after deciding a theme for her school’s Black History Month.
As the Senate approaches the start of former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial on Feb. 9, one name keeps popping up — a once-obscure secretary of war from the 1870s, William W. Belknap. Belknap’s impeachment and trial offer the c
It’s not entirely clear why cheese is seen to have magical properties.
The public won’t see President Donald Trump’s White House records for years, but there’s growing concern the collection won’t be complete.
Often, people use a flag not because of what is explicitly displayed, but because of what the person believes it represents -- though that meaning can change through time.