Handicapping the next 12 months in Ukraine.
Nigel Sharrocks left the company group associated with this contract before the contracts this claim seems to refer to were awarded.
Wavering U.S. support leaves Ukraine undergunned in its conflict with Russia.
“Each year, more than $1 billion is stolen from” workers in New York state through wage theft.
“TSA found with metal detectors nearly 7,000 firearms at airports last year — an all-time high.”
“Bidenomics is costing the typical American household over $11,400 more a year to buy the basics.”
Does a video on social media show an authentic 12-year-old child bride with an adult groom in Times Square in New York City? No, that's not true: These two individuals were part of a staged "social experiment" to record reactions from pas
Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner MP and Janet Daby MP both misquoted a figure from the Centre for Cities think tank in Parliament.
A look back at the failed impeachment vote that paved the way for a Trump redux.
Has rabies "never been proven to exist"? No, that's not true: Rabies is a viral disease that affects mammals, including humans, and is typically transmitted through the saliva of infected animals, often through bites. The existence of rab
An exchange between chief secretary to the Treasury Laura Trott and Radio 4 presenter Evan Davis has gone viral after confusion over debt projections.
The presence of soft tissue and carbon-14 in dinosaur bones proves they lived “only a few thousand years” ago, not millions of years ago.
A viral post about the number of immigrants ‘dependent’ on the welfare system seems to vastly exaggerate the cost.
After Florida lawmakers proposed lowering the minimum age to buy firearms from 21 to 18, residents opposed to the bill claimed that 18-to-20-year-olds are likelier — sometimes three times likelier — to commit gun homicides. Experts say that’s right.
“It’s been revealed that Fauci brought COVID to the Montana one year before COVID broke out in the U.S.!”
“In April last year, our state unemployment rate hit a record low of 2.4%. Last year, Wisconsin had an all-time lowest number of unemployed workers ever in modern history.”
“Epstein List” shows 166 people connected to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The photo of the Tu-160 was posted on Instagram in 2016.
A post being shared on social media makes several claims about the law that are not all true and require more context.
Did the World Economic Forum declare that coffee drinkers will have to limit themselves to two or three cups of coffee per year in the future? No, that's not true: No recommendation to limit coffee consumption was made at the Forum's annu
Has acclaimed author Stephen King not sold a manuscript in two years because he "went woke"? No, neither is true: This claim appeared in an article on a satirical website known for publishing fabricated content. The website where this cla
A since-corrected article in The Spectator about pupil absence contained a number of inaccurate figures.
https://www.edweek.org/leadership/school-shootings-this-year-how-many-and-where/2024/01 School shooting
Was a video filmed on New Year's Day 2024 at the Bayside Marketplace in Miami showing panicked bystanders running and falling as a mysterious glowing "portal" opened near them? No, that's not true: This video was first posted on TikTok by
A tentative compromise to keep the government running comes down to the wire.
A Des Moines miracle.
Count me out of the countdown to 2024.
Economists and everyday Americans try to make heads or tails of the economy.
Also: philosophical font disputes.
Five movies that captured the thrill and agony of markets, dynamism, risk, and competition.
Border crossings continue to reach record levels while Washington struggles to address the crisis.
Extremists on both sides have a shared appetite for illiberalism.
The 2023 Lie of the Year goes to Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s conspiracy theories during his 2024 campaign.
It’s time to announce the winner of our 2023 Lie of the Year Readers' Choice poll — and this year, it’s a close one.
PolitiFact’s Lie of the Year turned 15 this year. We review the mendacious moments that made the list.
There’s a lot of bipartisan will to get to yes, but key issues remain unresolved.
"Wisconsin Republicans have passed multiple billion dollar middle-class tax cuts this year, but each time we have, Governor Tony Evers has vetoed the relief."