The week that the U.S. president hosted a virtual climate summit, claims emerged online that he planned to cut 90 percent of red meat from U.S. diets by 2030, to around 4 pounds a year.
News outlets like the Washington Post frequently lecture Americans about white privilege, systemic racism and other social ills.
"The journey of his family, from cotton to Congress in one lifetime, should be celebrated," Bass wrote of Scott on Saturday,
Several claims of a new government COVID chip have whipped up a storm of Reddit and Twitter conspiracy theories, but is it true?
A colorful arc in a photo of the Martian sky is trending on social media, but is it really a rainbow like we'd see on Earth?
One revelation in Netflix's "Seaspiracy" that has shocked viewers is the claim that "dolphin friendly" labels on cans of tuna are not guaranteed.
A recent attack on an Asian American woman, and the indifferent reaction of a nearby witness, is reminding many on social media of Kitty Genovese, a young woman who was killed in 1964.
A TikTok video making the claim has been viewed over 700,000 times.
A video encouraging domestic abuse victims to reach out to Avon representatives has been viewed more than a million times on Twitter.
Former President Donald Trump claimed that Anthony Fauci had said a vaccine against COVID-19 would take several years to develop in a Fox News interview on Thursday with Laura Ingraham.
The initiative is a privately funded program that will give families $500 per month, and with no rules on how they spend it.
The Mississippi State Health Department came under fire on Tuesday after a Twitter user claimed her father was told by an employee there is no evidence the shot is effective.
Some countries require the World Health Organization's Yellow Card as proof of vaccines for illnesses such as yellow fever. But what about for COVID-19?
A story claiming a person named Bill Gates was detained by police in relation to a "knife incident" has circulated on social media this week. Here's what we know.
A viral TikTok video suggested the North Korean leader said he has a "good relationship" with Donald Trump and that "Biden is a coward."
As Kylie Jenner continues to face backlash for seemingly being ungenerous with her staggeringly large fortune, some voices on social media are trying to put her wealth into perspective.
Attractions in parts of the state are able to reopen—with restrictions—from April 1, after more than a year of being closed.
On March 18, Huang published a video on YouTube titled "Final song before I leave" in which many of the details of his alleged rocket launch to space are documented.
The Western Pacific island of Guam was trending on Twitter after Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) referred to the U.S territory as a foreign land.
President Joe Biden signed into law a historic $1.9 trillion stimulus bill on March 11 that is aimed at helping Americans through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Biden briefly met with reporters on Tuesday as he was leaving the White House and the clip sparked green-screen speculation over the president's sleeve and a boom microphone.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton described a Fox News article on the additional ceremonies as "segregation."
The Vatican announced its refusal to bless same-sex marriages in a new decree on Monday that reaffirms the Catholic Church's historical stance on homosexuality.
Netflix may be the world's largest provider of home entertainment today, but before the rise of the top-rated content platform and ensuing streaming services, Blockbuster ruled the market.
An image of a statue that has been vandalized with red paint has been widely shared on social media.
Since the COVID-19 vaccine distribution began in December 2020, more than 93 million doses have been administered, reaching over 18 percent of the total U.S. population, according to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Internet chatter exploded Monday in reaction to new Royal Family details revealed during Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's exclusive Sunday night interview with Oprah that aired on CBS.
Biden issued the Executive Order on Promoting Access to Voting over the weekend to "promote and defend the right to vote for all Americans who are legally entitled to participate in elections."
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) proposed an amendment to the American Rescue Plan that would bar illegal immigrants from access to the $1,400 stimulus checks. The amendment failed.
CBS reportedly offered upwards of $9 million to secure rights for the explosive tell-all interview between Oprah Winfrey and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.