Despite predictions in some corners of a nationwide Republican surge in the midterm elections, Democrats made their own
Do household microwave ovens emit levels of radiation high enough to harm human health? No, that's not true: Federal law in the United States obliges microwave oven makers to adhere to radiation emission standards that are too low to caus
An old video of a ship being struck be a wave in Antarctica has been falsely linked to the recent earthquake in Indonesia.
Can Republicans build on the pickups they made in the Empire State? The post Explaining New York’s Red Wave appeared first on The Dispatch.
Republicans’ massive miss wasn’t for a cause, just an inability to act normal.The post The Wave Against Weirdness appeared first on The Dispatch.
Did the U.S. military find "evidence of election fraud amid fizzled red wave"? No, that's not true: This claim was made on a website known for publishing fabricated content. The claim originated in an article published by Real Raw News on
Scientific research shows that radio waves can curve, reflect and refract, and hovering helicopters move at the same speed as the Earth.
Jean-Luc Godard, the iconic “enfant terrible” of the French New Wave who revolutionized popular cinema and stood for years among world cinema's most vital directors, has died.
This year's macabre, record-tying toll of eight deaths has politicians and animal rights defenders heaping much criticism on the practice.
Readers urged another look at whether the Biden administration is blowing smoke when it says the IRS funding bill will not double the size of the agency.
The claim was repeated by Sadiq Khan and subsequently reported around the world.
The wildfires in the U.K. happened due to a recent heatwave. The heatwave was due to climate change caused by human emissions of greenhouse gases.
The footage is from an incident on Al Mughsail Beach in Salalah, Oman, not Bandra beach in Mumbai.
A video on Instagram falsely claims that microwave ovens destroy all the nutritional value in food and turn it into a “toxin”.
Do microwaves "basically" destroy "every food value in the food" they cook, "turning it into a toxin"? No, that's not true: A representative of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) told Lead Stories that these claims are false. Multiple
Quick Take At least 2,000 cattle have died following a heat wave in southwestern Kansas. Although the cattle apparently died of heatstroke, social media posts have made baseless claims suggesting that the deaths might be part of a larger conspiracy the
Do Kansas ranchers have no idea what might have killed hundreds or thousands of cattle during an extreme heat wave and believe their feed or water was poisoned? No, that's not true: The cause of death is not a mystery to the people in the
While we haven't been able to determine the specifics of a viral video, scorching temperatures did indeed kill many cows in June 2022.
A genuine photo? The longest wave series in the world? We had questions.
In a crowning moment for her Platinum Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II waved at tens of thousands of adoring crowds from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Temperatures barely climbed into the 90s and only for a couple of days.
Did Israel's under-40 population experience an increase in "emergency cardiovascular events" during the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and the third wave of the virus? No, there's no evidence to support that. While data show an increase in
Are Apple AirPods headphones dangerous and do they emit more radiation than a microwave oven? No, that's not true: There is no evidence to suggest that the radiation emitted from any model of AirPods is high enough to cause concern for us
Is the microwave in a Facebook video emitting so much radiation that it would be harmful to a consumer? No, that's not true: According to an expert, the radiation reading seen in a video is 2,630 times lower than the federal safety standa
Other versions of the same rumor claimed that the video instead showed Republican Rep. Andy Biggs or Randy Weber.
Microwaves are not dangerous; they cannot cause cancer or damage your health. They also do not make food unhealthy by destroying nutrients.
The fast-moving omicron variant may cause less severe disease on average, but COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. are climbing and modelers forecast 50,000 to 300,000 more Americans could die by the time the wave subsides.
A Facebook post claims Argos is offering Samsung microwaves for £1.78, alleging the electronics manufacturer had broken a contract “with the famous retailer”. The post, published by a Facebook group which uses the Argos logo as
Argos is not offering people the chance to win a microwave for £1.78. The Facebook page in question is not a genuine Argos page.
More canceled flights appeared all but certain to inconvenience hundreds of thousands more over the New Year's holiday weekend.
A Facebook post from an account which uses the Argos logo and is called “Goods for the kitchen” claims “the famous brand has broken its contract with Argos and is giving every UK resident a microwave oven for £1.78” along
Is there evidence that millimeter waves from 5G, the fifth generation of wireless networks, cause health problems in humans? No, that's not true: Although some researchers have expressed reservations regarding the rollout of 5G, many heal
On October 27 2021, the Twitter account @Gritty20202 shared what looked like a screenshot of a headline, “Man waves down officer just to slap him in the face, report says”: Based AF pic.twitter.com/whIIFaE3fU — Gritty is the Way (@G
YouTube announced a sweeping crackdown of vaccine misinformation that booted popular anti-vaccine influencers from its site and deleted false claims that have been made about a range of immunizations.
The surging virus is spreading anxiety and causing turmoil and infighting among parents, administrators, and politicians around the U.S., especially in states like Florida and Texas.
The high temperatures in Portland, part of a usually temperate region, would break all-time records this week if the late June heat wave had not done so already.
"The 4th wave is here."
A post on Facebook, shared more than half a million times, warns that filling a fuel tank in hot weather could cause the tank to explode. “Due to [an] increase in temperature in the coming days, please don’t fill petrol to the maximum
Firefighters were working in extreme temperatures across the U.S. West and struggling to contain wildfires, the largest burning in California and Oregon, as another heat wave baked the region, straining power grids.