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Summary The third Republican primary debate included a few arguments, mostly about China, and some misleading claims: Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sparred over their roles as governors i
Here’s our roundup of fishy claims in the third GOP debate of the 2024 election cycle.
PolitiFact live fact-checked the third GOP debate in Miami. We sorted through the presidential candidates’ claims on Israel-Hamas war, abortion, taxes, the environment and more. Take a look.
Much has changed since Republican presidential candidates last took the debate stage. Here’s what to know before watching tonight’s third #GOPdebate.
Did NBC News say that former President Barack Obama, who left the White House in January 2017, was serving a "third term" in 2023 as a shadow president? No, that's not true: NBC did not report that. Its news article only referred to claim
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The senator no longer owns any property in Alabama but has a huge house and a condo in Florida.
On August 1 2023, disgraced former United States President Donald Trump was indicted for the third time, this time in a high-profile case helmed by United States Department of Justice Special Counsel Jack Smith. The charging documents described a poli
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“NASA Curiosity finds Nazi helmet on Mars."
Paul Pelosi and David DePape were the only two present in the Pelosi residence at the time of the attack. There was no third person involved.
REVIEW In September 2022, a Facebook user posted a video, which appeared to have originated from TikTok, featuring an interview with naturopath Peter Glidden. In that video, Glidden claimed that “The third leading cause of death, as published in t
Blake Masters “wants to pass a national ban on abortion.”
Does Amazon host a charity event at the end of the year and distribute random unclaimed Amazon packages for $1.95? No, that's not true: An Amazon spokesperson wrote to us saying that Amazon will sell returns to third-party buyers if the i
“Third grade reading scores in the USA help correctional institutions predict how many beds they'll need in the future."
A Sun article wrongly claimed that two-thirds of people who sought asylum in the UK as unaccompanied children were in fact over 18.
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After brushing off the first hearing of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack in favor of hosts Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, Fox News carried the second and third […] The post Fox News carried the third Jan. 6 committee
The House Jan. 6 committee made references to Fox News’ hosts, guests, and segments during its latest hearing — all while Fox News carried it live.
The third hearing by the House committee investigating the January 6 2021 insurrection focused on the pressure campaign to overturn the 2020 presidential election — and the deeply corrosive weaponized narratives which undergirded the attempt. The
WNBA star Brittney Griner will remain in Russian custody through at least July 2.
A doctored image of President Biden making a press statement about Russia in February 2022 has been used to push a body double narrative.
Does this post lead senior citizens to accurate information about how to obtain free food from the government without it affecting their food stamps or other benefits? No, that's not true: The website linked in this Facebook post leads us
Did a third grader bring his father's crystal meth to school for show-and-tell? No, that's not true: The story is an old hoax that first made the rounds in 2018. Back then, the post's author admitted it was satire. A TV station in Albuque
On not seeking a third term.
Does a video show New York Times editor Carlos Tejada, who died of a heart attack in December 2021, bragging after getting his COVID-19 booster? No, that's not true: The man in the video is a Canadian comedian named Stewart Reynolds. The
Although the safety syringe needle is not visible in certain photos of Mark McGowan getting the booster dose, it can be seen in videos.
Pfizer did indeed make a $24.1 billion profit in the third quarter of 2021. However, only 60 percent of its profits came from vaccines.
A number of Facebook posts suggest photos of Boris Johnson receiving his third Covid-19 vaccination do not actually show him being vaccinated. Claims include that the injection can’t be seen, while others say the needle was covered with a protect
A post on Facebook claims: “There are only TWO projects in history that have cost more than the Track & Trace app: the ISS (£72bn) and the entire US road network (£82bn). “So there we we [sic] have it: at £37 billion,
Israel’s Prime Minister announced that the country would offer a Pfizer vaccine as a booster to people over 60 who are fully vaccinated.
COVID-19 vaccines are safe. They prevent death and severe sickness from COVID-19.
The experts found that cancel culture had exploded in the last year — with 82 per cent of people having first encountered it in the past 12 months. The Sun, 29 June 2021. An article in the Sun, published on 29 June, claims that experts found &ld
FactCheck.org has won its second consecutive Sigma Delta Chi Award for fact-checking from the Society of Professional Journalists. The announcement was made June 12. The winning submission was our 2020 story titled “Trump on the Stump.” In
India's scientific adviser K Vijay Raghavan said the third wave is inevitable, and the health care system should be prepared for more waves.
In April 2021, a popular tweet contained the claim that agricultural workers were likelier to die on the job than law enforcement officers, adding that farm labor also generally pays far less: Reminder that agriculture workers are killed on the job