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The government has paid for some, but not all, of the terminals delivered.
A planned debate is still on the schedule.
There is no conclusive evidence that the anti-parasitic medication is an effective treatment for COVID.
An old statement is being recirculated.
A viral video is fabricated.
Online rumors are false.
The actor said something nearly identical to a quote attributed to him in a viral meme.
Social media posts say Biden was heckled at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.
A viral video falsely claims Donald Trump is trying to impeach her.
There is no credible evidence to support a claim about concerns over developmental side effects.
A tweet by RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is false.
A tweet claims that a January 6 rioter got twice the sentence of two racial justice rioters.
A viral tweet falsely claims otherwise.
There has been confusion over a state law that requires ID to buy nitrous oxide cartridges.