Full Fact→ Coronavirus cures: debunked

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, readers have been asking us whether alleged cures or treatments for the coronavirus are real or not.  It’s important to note that, currently, there is no approved vaccine for Covid-19. In the UK only Go to site post…»

FactCheck.org→ Mailbag: Face Masks

This week, a reader sent us a comment about our article on the research behind face masks and whether people who aren’t sick should use them to limit the spread of COVID-19. The article reviewed some of the research and thinking behind face masks Go to site post…»

FactCheck.org→ Politics of Gun Violence

In the aftermath of two deadly mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, U.S. political leaders made a series of statements on gun violence that were unsubstantiated, lacked context or were seemingly contradictory. Here we look at some of those statements and Go to site post…»

Suspect in Attempted Bomb Attacks Had History of Crime, Conspiracy Theories

An unsettling week of threats and bombs sent to various high-profile political figures and pundits culminated in the arrest of a suspect in south Florida, a reckoning online, and a whole slew of conspiracy theories around the bombs and the culprit. Cesar Sayoc, Jr. already had a long list of convictions by the time he […]

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