China officially reported its first COVID-19 death on 11 January 2020. On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic, which is the worldwide spread of a disease. Since then, the disease has swept the globe,
Mark Zuckerberg was arrested.
“It costs more to live in many Florida cities than New York City.”
The suspect reportedly arrived there at least a day in advance to conduct reconnaissance.
A teenage gunman wearing military gear and livestreaming with a helmet camera opened fire with a rifle at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket in what authorities described as “racially motived violent extremism."
The alleged shooter reportedly was in custody.
The infant formula shortage was purposely created because Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates invested in artificial breast milk.
After Nissan chose to discontinue its sub-brand, Dastun, in India, some social media posts falsely claimed that the company is exiting the country.
Sen. Mark Kelly voted “for benefits to illegals.”
The former White House chief of staff has decried the inaccuracy of voter rolls because people moved and yet did not inform election officials himself.
Republican Mark Walker voted against former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment in December 2019, and he was no longer a U.S. congressman when the House of Representatives voted to impeach Trump a second time in January 2021. A misleading
The Buffalo Bills’ stadium was built on Indian burial grounds, leading some to suspect a ghostly curse. However, a sign at the stadium is incorrect to say it was built on an Erie Indian village.
Queen Elizabeth II was marking her 96th birthday privately, retreating to the Sandringham estate in eastern England.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Ukraine's Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko walked out of a Group of 20 meeting Wednesday as Russia's representative started talking.
REVIEW In early April 2022, several social media posts shared a video clip of a 2004 Washington Journal interview of Anthony Fauci on the subject of the flu and the flu vaccine. During the interview, Fauci was asked if someone who got the flu still
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Virginia Thomas, a conservative activist and the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, made a series of false and conspiratorial claims shortly after the 2020 election in text messages […] The post Fact-checking Ginni Thomas’ texts
On March 15 2022, an Imgur user shared a quote meme suggesting that American author Mark Twain once said that “the truth has no defense against a fool determined to believe a lie”: On the meme, an illustration of Twain was accompanied by
As of March 8, Coca-Cola has suspended its business in Russia. The company contributed around 2 percent net operating revenue in 2021 in Russia.
Two years ago we were “drilling our own oil for $27 a barrel.” Now, thanks to Joe Biden, we’re “paying $105 a barrel to Russia.”
Meadows decried voting by people who were not "actual residents" of a state. But that's what he and his wife appear to have done.
Ukraine called on tech companies to block access to their services in Russia.
While it is likely that these markings did suggest an attack by Russian troops, there is as of yet no way to be absolutely certain.
Management company SKH confirmed the death. No cause was given.
The myth surrounding adrenochrome is part of an anti-semitic conspiracy theory. It has not basis in fact.
The billionaire businessman and Dallas Mavericks owner caused a stir in early 2022 with reports about "Cost Plus Drug Company."
The Democrat never used the work unnecessary, but said people can move on since Goldberg apologized and was forgiven my eminent Jewish voices.
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor wasn’t born to wear the crown. But destiny intervened.
With the start of the Lunar New Year, many are looking forward to carrying out family traditions and joining in community celebrations.
The suspension came a day after Goldberg's comment during a discussion on “The View” that race was not a factor in the Holocaust.
Are COVID-19 vaccines "dangerous and ineffective" and do they "need to be withdrawn from the market"? No, that's not true: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the vaccines are "safe and effective." More than 535 million do
"Those who carelessly invoke Anne Frank, the star badge, and the Nuremberg Trials exploit history and the consequences of hate,” the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum said.
Are COVID-19 boosters weakening the immune system? No, that's not true: Articles and social media reports saying that Marco Cavaleri, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) vaccine strategy chief, fears repeated booster shots would weaken th
REVIEW A Substack article written by journalist Alex Berenson claimed that “vaccinated people are at higher risk of Omicron”, citing a study conducted by researchers in Denmark. The article received more than 2,500 user engagements on Facebook,
Can these cooler doors read microchips, tattoos or clothing logos that might identify someone as vaccinated or unvaccinated or as a Satan worshipper who wears the "mark of the beast"? No, that's not true: Cooler Screens technology is "ide
In a video made to encourage COVID-19 vaccines in aboriginal communities, did Mark McGowan, the premier of Western Australia, make a patronizing and insensitive blunder by having an Indigenous interpreter stand beside him and simply repea
Did Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, announce that her granddaughter Lilibet, the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, most commonly referred to as Harry and Meghan, has Down syndrome? No, she didn't. Plus the pictures used t
Walgreens refrigerators are scanning shoppers’ hands and foreheads for “the mark of the beast,” and that “if you don’t have the mark later on, you won’t be able to buy.”
“In Wisconsin, we have 50% of the population paying 50%, 60%, 70%, sometimes 80% for their housing.”