A video of a man using a jetpack out at sea near a military ship was posted on Facebook, which led readers to ask us about it.
A video of Muslims protesting against Haridwar Dharam Sansad's hate speech in Bareilly on January 2022 has been falsely linked to the Prophet Muhammad row.
Los Angeles police did clash with abortion-rights protesters.
The video is CGI.
We looked for the origins of a viral video that supposedly showed a Russian missile undergoing an "epic malfunction" in Ukraine.
Does a video posted on social media show a newscast with real journalists describing Mark Zuckerberg as a CIA agent and Facebook as a CIA surveillance replacement program? No, that's not true: The original video and audio heard in this po
Did a Russian airplane get hit with a missile, killing 50 people, in 2022? No, that's not true: A fatal plane incident happened on May 6, 2019, before the 2022 Russian-Ukrainian war. Forty-one people died as a passenger plane crash-landed
An old video from a 2014 explosion in Donetsk, a city in eastern Ukraine, has been falsely shared as a recent explosion in Severodonetsk, Ukraine.
Facebook removed a campaign video by a U.S. Senate candidate in Missouri for violating "policies prohibiting violence and incitement."
Was a Boeing 737 forced into an emergency landing on the beach after the pilot had a heart attack? No, that's not true: The footage is not real; it's gaming video footage created for entertainment. The video shows an animated airplane bei
The widely circulated video is a video game footage from Arma 3. It is not related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
A video showing a 2021 ceremony commemorating TLP leader Khadim Hussain Rizvi in Pakistan has been misattributed as a protest in India.
The video making rounds on social media was filmed in 2019 and is unrelated to the recent shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Polish officials have confirmed that the perpetrators of the murder in the video were Polish citizens, not Ukrainian refugees.
Does a video show U.S. Capitol Police just opening the gates for rioters on January 6, 2021, so they could attack the Capitol? No, that's not true: Marcus DiPaola, the freelance journalist who shot the video, told Newsweek in a January 7,
Did U.S. Marines film a giant UFO in the Arizona desert? No, that's not true: 2017 footage of U.S. Marines conducting a training exercise during a weapons and tactics instructors course was edited to include a large hovering UFO. The orig
Was this an actual child mermaid who cried in distress with the voice of a pig, reeled in or washed up on a beach in Africa, amazing onlookers who poked and videoed the half-human half-fish creature without trying to help? No, that's not
The viral video compiled images from various sources.
A widely-shared video posted to Facebook which purports to show spectacular footage of a driver escaping a police roadblock is not real. In the video a blue car manages to avoid a roadblock by driving off a ramp next to a tunnel and using the roof of a
The TikTok user who originally uploaded the videos admitted they were false and issued an apology on his TikTok page.
This video has been misattributed. It was taken in 2019 when former Argentine President Mauricio Macri held a rally in Buenos Aires.
A 2019 video of a telephone antenna removal in Peru has been miscaptioned as a 5G antenna. There is no evidence that 5G technology harms human health.
Was a man transported in broad daylight from a suburban neighborhood into a UFO in a beam of energy or light? No, that's not true: This video was made by the YouTuber idiotpie in 2010 to improve and test their CGI skills and to get sugges
On June 8 2022, a popular Imgur video post purportedly showed Wikipedia’s “List of School Shootings in the United States,” which is so extensive that it took a dishearteningly long time to scroll through: Wanted to read up on school
Does this brief video show an alien spaceship that crashed into the ocean? No, that's not true: This video shows a model or animation of the fictional starship from "Star Wars," the Millennium Falcon. The audio featured in this video clip
The "body double" conspiracy theory strikes again.
Video shows Ukrainian soldiers shooting down Russian helicopters.
The mountain in question is Mount Fuji and not Mount Kailash.
An alarming video provides supposed proof that Pfizer’s leaders are plotting a massive reduction in the world’s population — except that it doesn’t. The video, viewed tens of thousands of […] The post A video of Pfizer’s CEO was dec
A video posted online appeared to be just one weapon used in the war between the unhappy divorced couple.
"Pfizer CEO says it’s their dream to reduce the population by 50% in 2023.”
It is apparently worth repeating: Different sized cups hold different amounts of liquid.
The video dates back to 2019 and is not related to the recent Gyanavapi mosque controversy.