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Did John Adams Say, 'There Are Two Ways to Conquer and Enslave a Country'?

We looked to newspaper archives and old books in order to find out if this was a genuine quote from the second U.S. president. → Read More

Walmart Responds to Rumor It's Charging for Carts

A person in a TikTok video that had millions of views said, "Starting Feb. 1, Walmart is going to charge you a dollar to take out their carts." → Read More

No Evidence Lisa Loring's Cause of Death Was COVID-19 Vaccine

Loring, who died at the age of 64, was perhaps best known for her portrayal of Wednesday Addams on the 1960s TV show, "The Addams Family." → Read More

Did Elon Musk Warn that 'Woke Mind Virus' Is Destroying Civilization?

The purported quote from Musk was featured in paid advertising on YouTube. → Read More

Did Jane Fonda Say, 'There'd Be No Climate Crisis if It Wasn't for Racism'?

We found the origins of this quote on "The Kelly Clarkson Show." → Read More

Tweet Purports To Compare Egg and Gas Prices with January 2020

Here are the facts. → Read More

Did Elon Musk Buy GM?

"Elon Musk just announced he is buying General Motors," one YouTube video falsely claimed. → Read More

Trump's Suspension from Facebook and Instagram Ends in 'Coming Weeks,' Meta Announces

Nick Clegg, Meta's president of global affairs, said that former U.S. President Donald Trump will "face heightened penalties for repeat offenses." → Read More

Twitter Bans White Nationalist Nick Fuentes Hours After Restoring His Account

Fuentes, a Holocaust denier, previously used his online platform to spew antisemitic and white nationalist rhetoric, The Associated Press reported. → Read More

Does Meme Show the 'Very Moment' Yoko Ono Began 'Screeching' Near John Lennon and Chuck Berry?

John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Chuck Berry all appeared on "The Mike Douglas Show" in 1972. → Read More

About That Mall of America 'Jesus Saves' Shirt Video

We looked for the facts behind a viral video that showed a man wearing a "Jesus Saves" shirt with the word "coexist" crossed out on the back side. → Read More

Is MLK's 'Disobey Unjust Laws' Quote Real?

The genuine quote often appears in memes on social media. → Read More

Does Photo Show 'The View' Host Joy Behar in Blackface?

Here's what we found from past episodes of "The View." → Read More

Sandra Bullock Never Endorsed CBD Gummies, Despite Scam Ads Being Hosted by Meta

Meta was hosting scam ads that misrepresented Bullock, as there were no so-called "allegations" against her, nor had she endorsed any CBD gummies. → Read More

Were Diamond and Silk Fired from Fox News for COVID-19 Falsities?

Online users were curious about this rumor after the January 2023 death of Lynette Hardaway, who was known as "Diamond." → Read More

Tom Brady Never Endorsed CBD Gummies, Despite Scams Appearing in Facebook Ads

Facebook ads containing sexually explicit pictures claimed with a clickbait headline that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback had met "a tragic end." → Read More

Is YouTuber MrBeast Renting Out Disney World for a Video?

"MrBeast understands how popular Disney is and realizes this will likely be a top-performing video for him," reported the Disney blog Mouse Trap News. → Read More

Was 2023 the First Time Since 9/11 that the FAA Grounded All US Flights?

A computer system outage led to the grounding order from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Jan. 11, 2023, according to The Associated Press. → Read More

Video Does Not Show Suspect Bryan Kohberger at Idaho Vigil for Slain College Students

The video was virally shared on TikTok, Twitter, and other social media platforms, despite a lack of evidence. → Read More

Orange Dot on iPhone Screen Means Mic Is in Use by an App

"If you see this orange dot on your iPhone, you need to get help seriously, and fast," an Instagram user claimed. → Read More