REVIEW On 31 October 2022, The Epoch Times released a preview video of an interview with Meryl Nass, an internal medicine physician, as part of its program American Thought Leaders. The full interview was released the following day; the full transcr
REVIEW As of 12 June 2022, SARS-CoV-2 had caused around two million cases, 20,000 hospitalizations, and 200 deaths among U.S. children aged six months to four years, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). T
A video shows that a “Nuremberg 2.0 crimes against humanity trial starts Jan 2023.”
SciCheck Digest The COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials were designed to study the vaccine’s safety and efficacy in preventing symptomatic disease, not transmission. But online publications now misleadingly present the fact that the Pfizer/BioNTech vacc
Pfizer executive “admits” vaccine was never tested for preventing transmission.
Did a Pfizer representative "admit" the company erred when its COVID-19 vaccine was "never tested on preventing transmission" of the virus during clinical trials? No, that's not true. Vaccine clinical trials for drug approval are not mean
Ratan Tata was nominated as one of the trustees, and not Chairperson, of PM CARES Fund along with two other persons of eminence by the government.
A Spanish judge approved a trial for Colombian pop singer Shakira on charges of tax fraud.
REVIEW As of 22 September 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved two treatments for patients with COVID-19, the antiviral remdesivir and the immune modulator baricitimib. The FDA has also given Emergency Use Authorization (EU
More than a dozen relatives of the 26 shooting victims showed up to observe his often contentious testimony in Waterbury Superior Court.
According to Buckingham place, the Queen died peacefully at the Balmore Castle in Scotland. The claims of her being killed by aliens are baseless.
An updated COVID-19 booster shot is now available, as strains of the coronavirus continue to spread. President Joe Biden said Sept. 6 that the updated boosters are meant to provide […] The post Why the recent COVID-19 boosters were authorized bef
SciCheck Digest Randomized clinical trials have repeatedly found that ivermectin does not benefit COVID-19 patients. The National Institutes of Health recommends against its use for COVID-19. Ivermectin enthusiasts continue to falsely claim the contrar
Under new Illinois law, these crimes are “non-detainable’: “Burglary, robbery, arson, kidnapping, DUI offenses, even DUI involving a fatality, most drug offenses, and even 2nd degree murder.”
The updated COVID-19 boosters’ effectiveness was tested in mice and authorized before data could be gathered from human trials because of a pressing need to address the rapidly changing nature of coronavirus variants, an expert said.
Offenses allegedly made "non-detainable" by the legislation include second-degree murder and drug-induced homicides.
The number is based on miscalculation from a now-deleted blog post.
(Md Rafayat Haque Khan / Eyepix G/Future Publishing via Getty Images)An article from the Florida Standard falsely claims that 44 percent of pregnant women who took part in Pfizer’s COVID vaccine trial miscarried. The claim, the article notes, com
Did 44 percent of pregnant women in Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine trial have miscarriages? No, that's not true: Author/activist Naomi Wolf incorrectly analyzed public information when making the claim that "out of 50 pregnant women, 22 of the
“Nearly half of pregnant women in Pfizer trial miscarried.”
Sheriff's deputies and firefighters shared photos of the bodies of the NBA star and his daughter taken at the site of a 2020 helicopter crash.
REVIEW On 12 August 2022, the website Daily Clout published an article claiming that “44 percent of pregnant women participating in Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine trial suffered miscarriages.” The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologis
U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner was convicted in Russia of drug possession and smuggling and was sentenced to nine years behind bars.
Did COVID vaccine trials skip animal testing and go straight to people because all the animals were dying? No, that's not true: In an email to Lead Stories, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said, "The claim is completely false.
The author of “Carrie,” “The Shining" and many other favorites, King has willingly — even eagerly — placed himself in opposition to Simon & Schuster, his longtime publisher.
A Texas jury was selected in a civil trial that will determine for the first time how much Infowars host Alex Jones must pay Sandy Hook Elementary School parents.
The drug trial of American basketball star Brittney Griner in a Russian court focused on testimony that cannabis, while illegal in Russia, is regarded in other countries as having legitimate medicinal use.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk lost his fight to delay Twitter’s lawsuit against him as a Delaware judge set an October trial.
Lawyers for longtime Trump adviser Steve Bannon unsuccessfully requested a one-month delay on the second day of his criminal trial for contempt of Congress.
Jailed American basketball star Brittney Griner pleaded guilty to drug possession and smuggling during her trial in Moscow but said she had no intention of committing a crime.
Heard's attorneys argued that the $10 million defamation verdict against her was not supported by evidence.
Are Pfizer and Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccines associated with an increased risk of serious adverse events of special interest? No, that's not true: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said in an email to Lead Stories that the vacc
American basketball star Brittney Griner appeared in a Moscow-area court for trial about 4 1/2 months after she was arrested on cannabis possession charges.
Ventura County Judge David Worley ruled that 40-year-old Jason Allen Alexander should be held to answer on the charge, along with misdemeanor counts of trespassing, vandalism and battery.
Will prosecutors take the unprecedented and explosive step of criminally prosecuting a former U.S. president?
After two days of deliberations in which they reached verdicts on nearly all of the questions put before them, jurors in a civil trial who were deciding on sexual abuse allegations against Bill Cosby will have to start from scratch.
Did the U.S. Navy use a 40,000-pound explosive to blow up a sea monster from the bottom of the ocean that was heading toward Florida? No, that's not true: This detonation of a 40,000-pound explosive in the Atlantic Ocean was part of a Ful
The TikTok user who originally uploaded the videos admitted they were false and issued an apology on his TikTok page.
The mistrial in the prosecution of Timothy Shea was granted by U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres after the jury reported for a third time that it could not reach a verdict on any count.