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No, the Navient settlement doesn’t cancel loans for federal student borrowers

Education

Yes, employers can still require employees to get vaccinated or tested for COVID-19 after Supreme Court ruling

Vaccines

Yes, you need to claim the child tax credit on your 2021 return, even if you got advance payments

VERIFY

Yes, closing doors can help limit the spread of a fire and save lives

Science

CDC Director Walensky’s ‘Good Morning America’ interview shared out of context

Coronavirus

No, the US suicide rate did not increase in 2020 during the pandemic

National

Business won't be fined for vaccine-or-test mandate after Supreme Court ruling

Business

VERIFY Fact Sheet: Child tax credit payments and your 2021 tax return

Fact Sheets

Fact-checking Supreme Court justices' claims about flu deaths and kids with COVID-19 in ‘serious condition’

Health

Yes, the American Community Survey from the US Census Bureau is real

National

Yes, you can test positive for COVID-19 on PCR tests for up to 12 weeks after infection

Coronavirus

No, the federal government is not taxing the third stimulus check

Money

Fact Sheet: COVID-19 omicron variant

Coronavirus

Jan. 6 one year later: Fact-checking three claims about the insurrection

Government

Debunking voter fraud claims that preceded the Jan. 6 insurrection

Government

No, the Capitol is not 'public property' and visitors are not guaranteed unrestricted access

Government