The British Academy has awarded its prestigious President’s Medal for the first time to an organisation, Full Fact, rather than an individual in recognition of the team’s vital work combating misinfor
Allister was the man of the match for scoring a goal against Poland and helping the team secure a position in the top 16 at the world cup.
Final fact-checks of Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker, the Senate candidates in Georgia, before their runoff election Dec. 6.
Is global warming caused by the solar system having two suns? No, that's not true: An astronomy expert and the National Weather Service told Lead Stories this claim is "completely false." The claim appeared in a video on Instagram on Nove
A video of illuminated bamboo rafts sailing on the Yulong river in China has been falsely shared as footage from a celebration in Kerala.
Was "even the media" prosecuted during the 1945-46 Nuremberg trials of Nazi Germany's leadership and "put to death for lying to the public"? No, that's not true: This claim misrepresents the purpose of these historical legal proceedings,
Does a photo on social media show Georgia's U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock, clad in a jumpsuit, walking in front of a line of women wearing penis pants? No, that's not true: The image is of a Nigerian celebrity attending a funeral in Nigeria f
“Gas prices are down back to where they were before Russia invaded Ukraine.”
BR Ambedkar received the Bharat Ratna award on March 31, 1990, under VP Singh's government. Atal Bihar Vajpayee became prime Minister in 1996.
“(Raphael) Warnock’s camp was shut down for failing to report five findings of child abuse and neglect."
Images of a woman having bloody makeup applied show "fake combatant photos” in Ukraine.
Herschel Walker “wants a nationwide ban on abortion” and said no exceptions “not even for rape or incest or life of the mother.”
The premium-rate number a Facebook post warns about was shut down in 2005.
Raphael Warnock "believes in no cash bail" and "letting people out of prison that are going to make us prisoners in our own home."
Are the ExpressPoll pollbook devices used in Dallas County for the 2022 general election operating on out-of-date software? No, that's not true: ExpressPoll Version 184.108.40.206, the up-to-date version, was certified by the Texas Secretary of
Does a viral video show election workers in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, commiting voter fraud in November 2022? No, that's not true: This exact video and claim were previously debunked in 2020. The election worker shown was manually tr
https://www.factcheck.org/2022/11/the-2022-factcheck-awards/ We are very serious fact-checkers, but we
Summary We are very serious fact-checkers, but we also like to have a bit of fun. That’s why every two years, on Election Day, we recognize a few of the many political ads we see during the campaign cycle with some not-to-be-taken-seriously award
Did the U.S. Marines find a warehouse in Chatsworth, California full of human organs "excised from adolescent children"? No, that's not true: The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) told Le
Fact-checking the Georgia Senate race: A round-up of claims in the pivotal contest between Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker.
"Raphael Warnock and Stacey Abrams are radical communists and, if they get their way, gun owners here in Georgia will be completely disarmed."
Proposal 3 would enshrine a vague and potentially limitless right to abortion in the state constitution. The post The Culture War Comes to Michigan appeared first on The Dispatch.
Video shows “military robots ready for war.”
A new book that blames Ronald Reagan and economic resentment misses the real cause. The post The First Culture War and Its Lingering Fallout appeared first on The Dispatch.
Video clips show staged war footage from Ukraine.
“More than half of the $739 billion tax increase (in the Inflation Reduction Act) will go to wasteful Green New Deal programs like tree equity, 'clean' garbage trucks, and studying cow farts."
The October 16 protest held in Paris was about rising living costs and global warming. It was not against NATO or the Russia-Ukraine war.
Did Sophia Stewart win a $2.5 billion lawsuit against Warner Bros., Twentieth Century Fox and other Hollywood filmmakers for stealing ideas from her manuscripts to make "The Terminator" and "The Matrix" movies? No, that's not true: Stewar
American nationalists who invoke the Ukrainian resistance as a poster child for their agenda are being disingenuous.The post Nationalism Goes to War appeared first on The Dispatch.
A story out of Los Angeles, California that hinged on fearmongering from law enforcement regarding “Halloween fentanyl” in October 2022 served as another example of how television news affiliates can amplify disinformation — all witho
Liz Truss’s letter to the former chancellor followed the convention of similar letters sent by her predecessor Boris Johnson.
Claims circulating on social media don’t reflect what was reported by the magazine, or what’s recorded in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests.
The video of a Russian vehicle allegedly running over Russian military personnel dates back to 2014.
“Black women are 3 to 4 times more likely to die (from maternal mortality) even when they have the insurance and the income.”
The tool enables law enforcement officers to see “patterns of life” – where and when people work and live, with whom they associate and what places they visit.
In what’s expected to be the only debate of the pivotal Senate campaign in Georgia, the two nominees — incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker — sparred over a variety of topics. Here, we fact-check some of wh
Quick Take The CEO of a company that maintained poll worker data for Los Angeles County has been arrested as “part of an investigation into the possible theft of personal identifying information” of those poll workers, according to Los Ange
Both sides see more peril in negotiations than continuing the fight. The post Why It’s So Hard to End the War in Ukraine appeared first on The Dispatch.
A law that would have given registered Delaware voters the ability to vote by mail for any reason was recently struck down by the state’s Supreme Court. But absentee voting by mail is still allowed in Delaware.