A "Delta Force” seized a shipment of weapons headed to the IRS.
There’s no evidence that products made by an Amish man who was jailed for breaking FDA laws actually cured disease.
An image shows Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene in front of a cross with a figurine of former President Donald Trump on it.
On July 17 2022, a Twitter account shared a short TikTok clip by “kenforflorida,” described as “politicians using TikTok properly”: Here’s to politicians using TikTok properly lmao pic.twitter.com/VY7kOgjgE8 — Sonia B
TikTok live streams that replay old videos are nothing new. However, this one attributed to Cristiano Ronaldo was impersonating the international soccer star.
Everything you thought you knew about BIC lighters ... hasn't changed.
“The immune system does not exist.”
Some people definitely fantasized about committing such an act after Roe v. Wade was overturned.
This story doesn't check out.
On June 11 2022, a TikTok user going by @kazzi112 shared a clip claiming that she was cited for “indecent exposure” in Winnfield, Louisiana, for wearing the cropped t-shirt and denim cutoffs she wore in the video: @kazzi112 MAKE IT MAKE SE
The viral video compiled images from various sources.
The "body double" conspiracy theory strikes again.
On May 24 2022, a number of Imgur posts showed screenshots of a Twitter discussion about a purported “TikTok trend” involving television pastor Greg Locke, the Internal Revenue Service, and mass reporting churches engaging in political ac
Video shows abortion rights activist urging women to "run on down to the abortion clinic" if they get pregnant.
A video shows the Russian warship Moskva exploding.
On April 19 2022, Washington Post writer Taylor Lorenz’s profile of the @LibsOfTikTok account was published — followed by intense discourse about whether the subject of the piece was “doxxed” by the outlet. Early that morning, L
Video of a Q&A response from Amazon’s Alexa confirms that chemtrails are being used “to reduce the human population.”
Did something big, an asteroid or a missile, crash into the moon or explode and blow right through it -- and was this event caught on camera in both Texas and California as it happened? No, none of that's true: These two videos were origi
We looked at the origins of an inflated controversy about a character named Huggy Wuggy from a survival horror video game called "Poppy Playtime."
The relationship between Facebook and a public relations firm that promotes right-wing lawmakers — including some who voted against the certification of Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential election — was brought to light amid o
For citizens to make informed decisions in a democracy, freedom of the press, freedom of expression and freedom of information are essential. But now that, in the words of Moisés […] The post Being essential in Colombia means fact-checking for m
The U.S. military has reinstated a draft, and women are included.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has fueled a surge of false and misleading content on TikTok. Countless videos are exploiting the platform’s defining features around audio creation and sharing in order […] The post How misinformers exploit TikTo
Across TikTok, videos falsely claiming to show the conflict in Ukraine are taking advantage of the very same audio sharing feature that helped TikTok grow in the first place.
Armies of trolls and bots stir up anti-Ukrainian sentiment.
A viral video claims to show a Russian military member making a TikTok of himself parachuting into Ukraine:https://www.facebook.com/RichBoiStreeter/videos/537524170804010/The video originated on TikTok with user romanadler123. The video appears to have
A 2022 video shows “Ukrainian and Russian soldiers face to face.”
TikTok video shows Russian soldiers parachuting into Ukraine.
A video went viral across social media platforms with misleading information.
Does a TikTok video show Russian soldiers jumping out of airplanes during the invasion of Ukraine? No, that's not true: The video is not from the February 2022 invasion; it was previously posted by the same person on Instagram on August 2
A video shared on Facebook, which has been viewed over 77,000 times, claims to show footage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Troops entered two rebel held areas in eastern Ukraine on 22 February, before an invasion was announced by Russian president
“Airline CEO gets pied for forcing vaccinations”
Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi planned “the ethnocide of the peoples of Europe” through “the encouragement of mass non-white immigration.”
Video shows Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pouring shots for a group of people “days before testing positive” for COVID-19.
A joke from TikTok about wearing masks in Zoom meetings is being shared on Facebook, where some users seem to believe that it is real. The Facebook post includes a screenshot of an email, which says: “Team, I am writing you all today to inform yo
When children are given vaccines for COVID-19, “a viral gene will be injected into your children's cells. This gene forces your child’s body to make toxic spike proteins. These proteins often cause permanent damage in children’s critical organs."
Educators announced plans to increase security in response to TikTok posts warning of shooting and bomb threats at schools around the country as officials assured parents the viral posts were not considered credible.
The opera has five acts, but it's also on TikTok, so it's only five minutes long.
Remember, correlation does not equate to causation.
Do "slap a teacher" challenge videos exist on TikTok? No, that's not true: Lead Stories has done an extensive search of TikTok and can find no proof that there are videos of students recording themselves slapping a teacher, then posting i