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Snopes Coverage of the 2020 U.S. VP Debate
Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris will debate from Kingsbury Hall in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Correct Attribution: Did Kamala Harris Make These Contrasting Statements About Police?
Whether those contrasting statements document the senator to be a "hypocrite" is a thornier question.
Winfrey Demanding Justice For Breonna Taylor With Billboards
Twenty-six billboards displaying a portrait of Taylor are going up across Louisville, Kentucky, demanding that the police officers involved in her death be arrested and charged.
Judge Nixes Trump Bid To Delay Suit From Woman Alleging Rape
A New York judge knocked down President Donald Trump’s bid to delay a lawsuit from a woman who accused him of rape, ruling that the presidency doesn’t shield him from the case.
Sinclair Pulls Show Where 'Plandemic' Conspiracy Theory Is Aired
The Sinclair Broadcast Group said it is pulling from the air an edition of its “America This Week” program that discusses a conspiracy theory involving Dr. Anthony Fauci and the coronavirus.
Does This Flyer Accurately Represent Derek Chauvin's Police Actions?
Here's what we know so far about the now-fired Minneapolis police officer who spurred protests in dozens of U.S. cities over racial disparities in policing in May 2020.
Coronavirus Vaccine: Reasons To Be Optimistic
The ideal vaccine should protect everyone and cause lifelong defenses with a single dose.
Mike Bloomberg Drops Out of Presidential Race, Endorses Biden
The billionaire and former New York City mayor announced his departure from the race after a disappointing finish on Super Tuesday in the slate of states that account for almost one-third of the total delegates available in the Democratic nominating contest.