VERIFY Fact Check |

No, a photo of Arnold Schwarzenegger wearing a Crimea shirt isn’t real

Ukraine

No, the video of Ukrainian President Zelenskyy urging surrender isn’t real. It’s a deepfake

Ukraine

Yes, the U.S. has pledged the most aid to Ukraine of any country

Ukraine

No, a photo of burning books was not taken during current war in Ukraine

Ukraine

No, the BBC didn't air a video claiming Ukraine bombed one of its own train stations

Ukraine

Fact-checking footage claiming to show recent attack on Russian warship Moskva

Ukraine

Russian TV claimed Ukraine used mannequins to fake war casualties. That video is actually from a TV show set

Ukraine

No, a U.S. Army officer was not captured by Russian military forces in Ukraine

Ukraine

Yes, Russia could be expelled from the United Nations, but it’s unlikely

Ukraine

No, U.S. oil reserves weren’t 100% full during Trump’s presidency, as he claimed

National

Biden claimed 9,000 oil drilling permits are unused. That’s true, but all work can’t begin ‘right now’

National

No, Homeland Security is not telling people to stock up on gas and cash

Government

Why it’s hard to tell if a diamond was mined in Russia

Global Conflicts

Yes, the Russian government is still active on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms

Ukraine

No, a viral image does not show a NATO helicopter delivering tractors to Ukrainian farmers

Ukraine

No, a video showing a Ukrainian funeral procession wasn’t filmed during the current war

Ukraine