VERIFY explains how undocumented immigrants can receive driver’s licenses in some states and whether this makes them eligible to vote.
Published: 4:19 PM EDT October 2, 2023
VERIFY viewers asked if emails they recently received from ‘EpiqPay’ are legitimate. Here’s how to be sure you’re not getting scammed.
Published: 11:29 AM EDT October 2, 2023
Sen. Dianne Feinstein died at 90. Now, Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom is set to appoint someone else to fill the vacancy until the 2024 general election.
Published: 4:31 PM EDT September 29, 2023
Popular Google searches at the start of this Hispanic Heritage Month include questions about the differences between Hispanic and Latino/a/x.
Published: 2:01 PM EDT September 29, 2023
In this episode, we look into the effects of a government shutdown on employees & veterans, the truth behind vaccines & autism and impact of summer on fall colors.
Published: 12:12 PM EDT September 29, 2023
Federal retirees, including military veterans, will still get retirement checks during a shutdown. Social Security won’t be affected, either.
Published: 11:07 AM EDT September 29, 2023
Jennifer Katzenstein, Ph.D. of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital talks about determining when young children are ready for school.
Published: 4:30 PM EDT September 22, 2023
Norline Wild, Ph.D. of Niagara University discusses ways both parents and educators can prepare young children for their educational careers.
Published: 6:28 PM EDT September 22, 2023
The USDA predicts that SNAP and WIC benefits in some areas could run out in as little as a few days if the government shuts down.
Published: 4:14 PM EDT September 28, 2023
Elon Musk’s Neuralink is conducting its first human clinical trial of a brain implant. We VERIFY how the FDA process for studies like this works.
Published: 11:20 AM EDT September 28, 2023
Former President Donald Trump recently claimed that “windmills are causing whales to die” in record numbers, but there’s no scientific evidence to support that.
Published: 2:34 PM EDT September 27, 2023
While much of the government will run out of funding without a new budget, several veterans programs are still funded for another year.
Published: 12:42 PM EDT September 27, 2023
We VERIFY if post offices, airports, national parks and museums will remain open or closed during a government shutdown, and whether you can get a passport.
Published: 6:17 PM EDT September 26, 2023
The claim gained momentum after a 1998 study suggested the MMR vaccine caused autism in children. But that study was retracted more than a decade ago.
Published: 3:56 PM EDT September 26, 2023
Do members of Congress and the president get paid during a shutdown? Do furloughed federal workers get back pay? VERIFY answers your top questions.
Published: 3:12 PM EDT September 25, 2023
October is the ‘sweet spot’ for getting flu shots, and for many people it can be convenient to combine their flu and COVID vaccines into one appointment.
Published: 12:41 PM EDT September 25, 2023
You could get some money back if you or your child bought in-game Fortnite items. The FTC said the game’s payment system was confusing and led to surprise charges.
Published: 4:07 PM EDT September 22, 2023
In this episode we answer questions about the investigation surrounding Hunter Biden's laptop, if you need a prescription to get the RSV vaccine and lots more
Published: 1:07 PM EDT September 22, 2023
Summer weather conditions determine whether fall leaves are vibrant or mediocre.
Published: 11:06 AM EDT September 22, 2023
Auto workers on strike are demanding 40% raises from Ford, GM, and Chrysler (Stellantis). But they don’t make $75/hour, like some claim.
Published: 6:30 PM EDT September 21, 2023
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene shared a viral video of a mom tearing down a pride flag in a classroom. It was a staged skit.
Published: 1:38 PM EDT September 21, 2023
Several VERIFY readers asked if they’ll still receive their Social Security checks in the event of a government shutdown. Here’s what we found.
Published: 3:23 PM EDT September 20, 2023
The PACT Act allows people who were exposed to contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune from 1953 to 1987 to seek financial compensation. Here’s how.
Published: 3:37 PM EDT September 19, 2023
Multiple VERIFY readers asked us about claims that undocumented immigrants get a monthly stipend from the government. Here’s what we found.
Published: 2:29 PM EDT September 19, 2023
John Paul Mac Isaac is the owner of The Mac Shop. In this Raw Interview he gives a timeline of his encounter with Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Published: 5:19 PM EDT September 18, 2023
People living in Georgia, Iowa, Missouri, and Utah must get a doctor’s prescription before getting vaccinated for RSV.
Published: 4:24 PM EDT September 18, 2023
With David Weiss indicting President Joe Biden’s son Hunter on gun charges, a look at accusations of corruption and the infamous computer.
Published: 3:46 PM EDT September 18, 2023
The Florida Surgeon General misleadingly claimed there are no human trials for the new mRNA COVID XBB boosters. Here’s how the manufacturers tested them.
Published: 5:48 PM EDT September 15, 2023
On social media, posts have said in the U.S., home sellers may be required to tell buyers if someone had previously died in the home for sale. Is this true?
Published: 2:06 PM EDT September 15, 2023
In this episode, we VERIFY if a new COVID-19 vaccine is free, if the border walls were welded open and the truth behind a viral video of a baby rescued from rubble.
Published: 1:28 PM EDT September 15, 2023
Viral chain messages that claim Facebook is going to start charging all users a fee to keep using the social media site are false.
Published: 3:34 PM EDT September 14, 2023
We VERIFY what you need to know about this common robocall.
Published: 10:36 AM EDT September 14, 2023
After nearly two weeks on the run, convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante was apprehended in Pennsylvania. This viral video wasn’t taken while he was on the lam.
Published: 5:01 PM EDT September 13, 2023
People online claim the Biden administration has left open border gates in Arizona. But those claims are missing key context about when and why the practice began.
Published: 1:46 PM EDT September 13, 2023
After Trump questioned Biden’s 2020 victory, new certification standards were made for voting machines. But they don’t decertify old systems.
Published: 5:59 PM EDT September 12, 2023
Most insurers will cover all out-of-pocket costs for COVID-19 vaccinations. The CDC is also providing free vaccinations to uninsured and underinsured adults.
Published: 2:57 PM EDT September 12, 2023
The U.S. government isn’t planning to recall cash and replace it with a digital dollar, as people online claim. Here’s what we can VERIFY about a CBDC and FedNow.
Published: 3:14 PM EDT September 11, 2023
Netflix will ship out its final red envelopes by the end of September. Customers can keep any DVDs they still have by then and some could receive surprise discs.
Published: 2:44 PM EDT September 8, 2023
In this week's episode, we look into SAVE student loan plan, VERIFY if seniors could see lower medication costs and if the White House will limit beer consumption
Published: 1:58 PM EDT September 8, 2023
Genetic studies show that taste receptor variants can cause cilantro dislike, but there may be other factors too.
Published: 1:49 PM EDT September 8, 2023
In this week's episode we look at Trump's bond conditions, if the CDC sent out a new COVID-19 health alert and whether a new bill would end credit card rewards.
Published: 1:33 PM EDT September 1, 2023
This week, Ariane Datil looks into viral images surrounding Tropical Storm Hilary and the Maui wildfires. Plus, are 'sugar highs' real or a sweetened myth?
Published: 12:44 PM EDT August 25, 2023
In this week's episode we look at Trump pardon scenarios, if it's legal to keep packages you get that you didn't order and an update on Parent Plus Loan forgiveness
Published: 11:38 AM EDT August 18, 2023
In this week's episode, we verify if the 14th Amendment could prevent Trump from taking office and if the U.S. government admitted that aliens are real.
Published: 1:31 PM EDT August 11, 2023
In this week's episode, Brandon Lewis verifies whether there's really a ban on incandescent light bulbs and who can get a passport for free in the United States.
Published: 3:14 PM EDT August 3, 2023
In this week's episode, we give you the rundown on some quick El Niño facts, as well as what you need to know to stay safe in the sun this summer.
Published: 3:38 PM EDT July 28, 2023
Answering questions about using gas to remove wasps, Bill Gates and a malaria project, burials at sea and more.
Published: 11:38 AM EDT July 21, 2023
Answering questions about a ban on cluster bombs, gas stove emissions, lab-grown chicken and more.
Published: 1:09 PM EDT July 14, 2023
Answering questions about the latest Supreme Court rulings as well as fact-checking claims about saving money on A/C, a pizza oven ban and more.
Published: 12:38 PM EDT July 7, 2023
VERIFY has your ultimate guide to summer with tips to help you stay cool, avoid the mosquitos, celebrate July 4th safety and more.
Published: 2:15 PM EDT June 30, 2023
Fact-checking claims that have to deal with Google owing you money, an alien sighting in Las Vegas, best temperature to wash clothes, an energy saving hack and more.
Published: 6:35 PM EDT June 23, 2023
Change your ceiling fan to spin counterclockwise to help you feel cooler and potentially save you money.
Published: 3:30 PM EDT June 23, 2023
Fact-checking claims and answering questions on the Trump indictment, mishandling documents, washing raw chicken, repelling mosquitoes and more.
Published: 11:32 AM EDT June 16, 2023
Fact-checking claims such as when student loan payments could restart, Arizona banning electronic voting machines, FEMA using Waffle House, a new Amazon fee and more
Published: 11:27 AM EDT June 9, 2023
Fact-checking claims about book bans in Florida, no more red meat in New York City, Covid hair loss, reparations for Black Californians and more.
Published: 1:08 PM EDT June 2, 2023
The Verify team checks out if Congress will continue to get paid if the U.S. defaults on its national debt, how to spot AI and the first woman of color in Congress.
Published: 12:03 PM EDT May 26, 2023
Fact-checking your questions on a Florida immigration bill, a new blood donation policy from the FDA, searching for cheap flights and more.
Published: 1:43 PM EDT May 19, 2023
Fact-checking claims and answering your questions on the end of the COVID-19 health emergency, title 42 and the U.S. border, Google passwords, and more.
Published: 2:03 PM EDT May 12, 2023
The VerifyThis team takes a look at capital punishment costs, passport problems and does everyone with blue eyes have the same ancestor?
Published: 2:56 PM EDT May 5, 2023
Fact-checking claims about fentanyl being the leading cause of deaths in adults, a bulletproof Tesla model, David's Bridal dress order woes and more.
Published: 4:26 PM EDT April 28, 2023
Fact-checking claims about what happens to guns used in crimes, if Supreme Court justices can accept gifts, Social Security bonus payments and more.
Published: 3:39 PM EDT April 21, 2023
Fact-checking claims about the CEO of Anheuser-Busch resigning, genital inspections to play sports, juice jacking devices and more.
Published: 2:31 PM EDT April 14, 2023
Fact-checking claims about Donald Trump’s arraignment and the charges he faces in New York.
Published: 5:38 PM EDT April 7, 2023
Looking into claims about firing squads in Idaho to $35 price for insulin and March Madness and taxes.
Published: 3:27 PM EDT March 31, 2023
Looking into claims about arrest pictures of Donald Trump, bank regulations being eased, how much to pay teens, to a possible TikTok ban in the U.S.
Published: 4:08 PM EDT March 24, 2023
Fact-checking claims and answering questions about Silicon Valley Bank, Congressional pension, raising Social Security age to 70 and timeshare scams.
Published: 2:22 PM EDT March 17, 2023
Fact-checking claims on trending stories about vinyl chloride ban, Idaho firing squad, SNAP benefits and Daylight Saving Time.
Published: 4:45 PM EST March 10, 2023
Fact-checking claims on trending stories about bent train tracks in Ohio, Girl Scout cookies, bonus Social Security payments, charging electric vehicles and more.
Published: 12:50 PM EST March 3, 2023
Fact-checking and verifying claims about the first paramedics in the U.S., who invented VapoRub, Jackie Robinson in the MLB and more.
Published: 3:16 PM EST February 24, 2023
Answering your questions about extra social security benefits, GOP Medicare plan, Netflix password sharing and more.
Published: 2:40 PM EST February 17, 2023
Answering your questions on the Super Bowl coin toss and chances of losing, uninsurable cars, the State of the Union, a Lunchables recall and more.
Published: 2:07 PM EST February 10, 2023
Fact-checking claims on Medicare cuts, reduced child tax credit, credit check laws, a KitchenAid mixer attachment recall and Walmart charging a free for carts.
Published: 1:14 PM EST February 3, 2023
Fact-checking claims surrounding national sales tax, electric vehicle bans, cracking knuckles causing arthritis, VP's declassify documents, and more.
Published: 2:38 PM EST January 27, 2023
Fact-checking claims on a possible gas stove ban, Biden's tax returns, mercury filling safety, defunding the IRS and if we only use 10% of our brains.
Published: 4:02 PM EST January 20, 2023
Fact-checking claims about the Idaho murder suspect, lottery scams, minimum wage hikes, a 4th stimulus check and more.
Published: 1:33 PM EST January 13, 2023
Verifying answers to your questions about the IRS and payment apps, Damar Hamilin's GoFundMe, polarizing polar bears and more.
Published: 1:13 PM EST January 6, 2023
Roy Gutterman is the Director of the Tully Center for Free Speech at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
Published: 3:08 PM EDT August 14, 2023
Matthew Mangino is an attorney at Luxenberg Garbett Kelly & George. He explains the issue of former President Trump’s attempts to pardon himself from federal charges
Published: 12:47 PM EDT August 4, 2023
All the insect claims you've been curious about lately - expert entomologist answers questions on many of the recent viral claims about insects that sting and bite
Published: 3:57 PM EDT August 7, 2023
More than 500 encounters between orcas and boats have been reported since 2020. Marine biologist Hanne Strager shares why she thinks they are becoming more frequent
Published: 5:52 PM EDT July 7, 2023
Law professor Ben Barton explains how college admissions could be affected by the Supreme Court's affirmative action decision
Published: 10:47 AM EDT June 30, 2023
Solar energy specialist Joshua Pearce, talks all things solar panels; advantages of getting a system, understanding the costs & installation
Published: 4:15 PM EDT August 17, 2022
Rashad Al-Dabbagh talks about the impact and importance of Arab American Heritage Month becoming federally recognized.
Published: 3:42 PM EDT April 4, 2023
William Hanson, Etiquette Coach and Director of The English Manor, talks through British royal etiquette, King Charles’ coronation.
Published: 7:08 PM EDT May 1, 2023
Entomologist Floyd Shockley, Ph.D. talks about the myth that bubbles keep mosquitoes away.
Published: 3:45 PM EDT May 12, 2023
Many men choose March to get vasectomies so they can recover while watching the NCAA Tournament, experts told VERIFY.
Published: 12:03 PM EDT March 16, 2023
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions around our brains. Neuroscientist Eric Chudler, Ph.D. sheds light on some of them.
Published: 7:00 PM EST January 13, 2023
People have been having complaints about the rising cost of eggs. VERIFY expert Bernt Nelson explains how the current bird flu outbreak is contributing this.
Published: 4:54 PM EST January 11, 2023
VERIFY spoke with cardiologist Payal Kohli, M.D. to clear up misinformation about the correlation between the COVID vaccine, athletes & cardiac arrest.
Published: 1:56 PM EST January 4, 2023
VERIFY spoke with Frank Bates, a chemical engineer professor, to explain the phenomenon behind putting Mentos in soda.
Published: 3:48 PM EST November 16, 2022
VERIFY met up with San Diego County registrar of voters, Cynthia Paes to understand what safeguards are in place to make sure the election is run safely.
Published: 5:18 PM EST November 7, 2022
Anthropologist and geneticist Mark Shriver, Ph.D. talks with VERIFY about the genetics of people with blue eyes and explains how they are genetically related.
Published: 6:52 PM EDT October 31, 2022
Otolaryngologist Douglas Hildrew, M.D. talks about the pros and cons of using hydrogen peroxide to clean your ears. Along with the best way to use q-tips.
Published: 5:31 PM EDT October 21, 2022
Daniel Coelho, M.D. talks with VERIFY about ear safety including using hydrogen peroxide and best way to use Q-Tips.
Published: 2:26 PM EDT October 20, 2022
The myth of people swallowing spiders in their sleep is exactly that..a myth. Listen in on the fascinating interview with Floyd Shockley, Ph.D.
Published: 4:24 PM EDT October 19, 2022
Did you know cold weather can affect the range of an electric vehicle? Electrical Engineering professor Mark Ehsani spoke with VERIFY about this interesting question
Published: 10:54 AM EDT October 10, 2022
A VERIFY viewer wondered if batteries in electric cars drain faster when it’s cold out. EV specialist Gil Tal, Ph.D. breaksdown how cold weather effects the range of
Published: 5:32 PM EDT September 28, 2022
President Biden's student loan forgiveness program is great news for students. But how will it effect taxpayers. Andrew Lautz of the National Taxpayers Union Foundat
Published: 4:12 PM EDT September 27, 2022
Classroom supplies can get expensive especially when teachers have to pay for them on their own. DonorsChoose Manager Juan Brizuela chat with VERIFY about the issue
Published: 6:49 PM EDT September 21, 2022
AdoptAClassroom.org VP, Melissa Hruza, talks about the struggles teachers go through to buy supplies and how help to provide support
Published: 7:45 PM EDT September 15, 2022
Michael Breus, Ph.d. is a clinical psychologist and explains how vertically taping your mouth when you sleep can be beneficial to oral care.
Published: 11:22 AM EDT September 7, 2022
Student loan expert, Betsy Mayotte, speaks with VERIFY about Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. She talks on who is affected and about Pell grants.
Published: 6:35 PM EDT August 25, 2022
Immunologist Mark Slifka, Ph.D., talks about chickenpox and monkeypox. As well as mortality rate, people who could be most at risk and the greatest
Published: 2:14 PM EDT August 12, 2022
The myth that pitbulls are naturally aggressive dogs needs context and clarity. Lori Teller, D.V.M. talks about the myth of aggressive dogs.
Published: 4:11 PM EDT August 11, 2022
People have questions about how monkeypox affects kids. Pediatric infectious disease specialist, Allison Messina, M.D., speaks on the topic.
Published: 4:35 PM EDT August 10, 2022
Ashley Korslien, reporter with KGW, discusses what "Nikki's Law" is, and how it is enforced.
Published: 4:22 PM EDT August 4, 2022
W. Carsten Andresen, associate professor at St. Edward's University, discusses the different types of LGBTQ+ panic defenses that people use.
Dr. Sheldon Campbell speaks about how long COVID can affect those who have it, as well as how it can affect testing. He also shares his thoughts on monkeypox
Published: 12:45 PM EDT July 28, 2022
Wes Davis talks to VERIFY about ways to stay cool and get the most out of your a/c unit this summer.
Published: 3:45 PM EDT July 22, 2022
Medical Director, Kelly Johnson-Arbor, M.D., talks about the food chemical, titanium dioxide, that can be found in food products, and if it is harmful to humans
Published: 3:51 PM EDT July 19, 2022
Jennifer Pancorbo, Ph.D., from North Carolina State University’s Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center, explains how the FDA approves drugs and vaccines.
Published: 11:23 AM EDT July 21, 2022
Dr. Natalia Covarrubias-Eckardt, M.D. discusses what Long Covid is, its symptoms and what to discuss with your doctor.
Published: 3:37 PM EDT July 20, 2022
Brett Snyder is the President of Cranky Concierge, an air travel assistance website. He chatted with the VERIFY team about the claims people have that Tuesday is the
Published: 12:43 PM EDT July 19, 2022
Brad Duchaine is a professor of psychological and brain sciences at Dartmouth College and co-founder of faceblind.org.
Published: 5:16 PM EDT July 18, 2022
Dr Steven Bock, a specialist in Integrative medicine, spoke with the VERIFY team about a wide range of topics on Lyme disease. Including if it's gender specific, any
Published: 8:01 PM EDT July 6, 2022
Dr. John Aucott spoke with the VERIFY team about all things Lyme disease; what Lyme disease is, how it can be treated, new treatments and misconceptions people have
Published: 7:49 PM EDT July 6, 2022
Experts predict that Social Security’s cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will be about 3% in 2024. That’s less than half of the previous year’s COLA increase.
Published: 2:22 PM EDT September 7, 2023
Each gas station brand uses a unique blend of additives to make their gas different from other brands. The additives affect gas quality and your gas mileage.
Most workers making less than $55k would be guaranteed time-and-a-half pay for overtime hours.
Published: 7:01 PM EDT September 4, 2023
The 'Save' Plan aims to make student loan payments more affordable, but it doesn't stop interest from accruing.
Published: 3:46 PM EDT September 1, 2023
The Credit Card Competition Act, which some are calling the “Big Box” law, does not ban rewards. But some banks are warning that rewards could be at risk.
Published: 5:52 PM EDT August 28, 2023
Any gas you add after the fuel pump clicks risks overfilling your fuel tank. That could damage your car.
Published: 11:42 AM EDT August 24, 2023
Parent PLUS loans can be forgiven under an income-contingent repayment plan or through public service loan forgiveness, but they must be consolidated first.
Published: 10:29 AM EDT August 16, 2023
GoFundMe does get a cut of the money donated to fundraisers. But that’s not an uncommon practice for crowdfunding websites.
Published: 4:06 PM EDT August 15, 2023
Can properly inflating your tires help improve your gas mileage? The VERIFY team confirms this is true.
Published: 10:39 AM EDT July 28, 2023
Designers accused Shein of copyright infringement and racketeering in a civil suit. It’s not a criminal case like those used for mobsters.
Published: 2:51 PM EDT July 26, 2023
The winner of a Powerball or Mega Millions jackpot can remain anonymous only if they played the lottery in one of 17 states that allow it.
Published: 5:27 PM EDT July 25, 2023
The IRS is not sending emails to taxpayers about a third round of economic impact payments because it does not initiate contact via email. This is a phishing scam.
Published: 4:19 PM EDT July 20, 2023
If a jackpot winner chooses to receive their prize in annual annuity payments and they die before all payments are made, the rest of the prize goes to their estate.
Published: 3:22 PM EDT July 19, 2023
BofA will pay out more than $100 million to consumers who were charged illegal fees. Customers don’t have to file a claim to receive a refund.
Published: 7:23 PM EDT July 13, 2023
Ceiling fans cool you, not the air. So if no person or pet is home, leaving a fan on won’t make any difference.
Published: 5:13 PM EDT July 7, 2023
When will student loan payments restart? Here’s what borrowers need to know after the SCOTUS student debt relief ruling.
Published: 6:50 PM EDT June 30, 2023
Experts recommend keeping your A/C at one consistent temperature all day during the summer instead of turning it off to avoid putting additional strain on the unit.
Published: 1:50 PM EDT June 29, 2023
AB Data is the administrator of the $67 million settlement, and has sent emails to eligible recipients on how to collect their money.
Published: 6:09 PM EDT June 27, 2023
Here are five verified ways to help you save energy and beat the heat this summer.
Published: 2:29 PM EDT June 23, 2023
Social Security faces legitimate funding challenges, but it won’t completely run out of cash for monthly benefit payments.
Published: 1:09 PM EDT June 23, 2023
Published: 7:19 PM EDT June 22, 2023
You cannot reduce your electricity usage by simply plugging a device into your wall.
Published: 3:06 PM EDT June 20, 2023
Bud Light’s parent company AB InBev does not own Modelo. Constellation Brands purchased the brand due to a federal settlement agreement.
Published: 3:20 PM EDT June 19, 2023
Here’s how to file a claim and how much money you could receive as part of the $23 million Google privacy lawsuit settlement.
Published: 4:16 PM EDT June 16, 2023
Temu is an online store advertising cheap deals. People online wonder if it’s a scam, if the cheap prices are legit. Here’s what we can VERIFY.
Published: 3:28 PM EDT June 14, 2023
Payment apps like Cash App, PayPal and Venmo lack federal deposit insurance coverage. Money stored on these apps may not be safe during a financial crisis.
Published: 2:07 PM EDT June 8, 2023
We VERIFY what SNAP recipients should know now that pandemic emergency allotments are ending.
Published: 3:57 PM EST March 1, 2023
The ERC is a tax credit for businesses. It doesn’t provide up to $26,000 to people who worked through the COVID pandemic.
Published: 11:08 AM EST March 2, 2023
Facebook posts advertising cheap, liquidation sales of DEWALT and Milwaukee Tool sets are a scam. Home Depot and Lowes value them at hundreds of dollars.
Published: 6:28 PM EST March 7, 2023
Headlines falsely claim the Biden administration is sending the IRS after service workers. Here’s what’s actually happening.
Published: 6:54 PM EST March 7, 2023
Check washing, when someone steals checks from the mail and erases everything but your signature to get a blank check, has become a popular form of fraud.
Published: 2:39 PM EST March 10, 2023
Senators and representatives are eligible for a pension if they’ve served at least 5 years in office.
Published: 6:30 PM EST March 10, 2023
Concern over the 'Biden Beer Ban' stems from a government official's reference to Canada's guidance, which is one to two drinks per week.
Published: 6:17 PM EDT September 5, 2023
The first 10 drugs selected for Medicare price negotiation include Jardiance and Eliquis. But any lower prices aren’t set to take effect until 2026.
Published: 2:41 PM EDT September 1, 2023
Maui wildfires: Since the Maui wildfires started on Aug. 8, 115 people have been confirmed dead. Claims 180 bodies recently washed ashore on Lanai are false.
Published: 2:46 PM EDT August 31, 2023
The two FDA approved RSV vaccines are not available to anybody who wants them. They are only available to seniors and people who are pregnant.
Published: 11:04 AM EDT August 29, 2023
The Schengen Area, which includes France and Spain, will require American travelers to fill out an online application called ETIAS before entry. This is not a visa.
Published: 5:20 PM EDT August 25, 2023
Trump’s bond order in Georgia says he cannot intimidate witnesses or co-defendants, including on social media. Here’s what could happen if he violates it.
Published: 9:11 PM EDT August 24, 2023
Trump’s surrender in Georgia | Expert Interview with Nicholas Creel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Business Law at Georgia College and State University
Published: 5:41 PM EDT August 24, 2023
A rumor warns people affected by Maui’s wildfires that FEMA may seize property in exchange for assistance. But FEMA has no policy or authority to do this.
Published: 4:50 PM EDT August 22, 2023
Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat said his department plans on following “normal practices,” including taking mugshots, when former President Trump is formally booked.
Published: 5:13 PM EDT August 17, 2023
Presidential eligibility is outlined in the Constitution and doesn't exclude anyone who's been charged with a crime or found guilty in a criminal case.
Published: 5:20 PM EDT August 15, 2023
The U.S. government didn’t say that aliens are real.
Published: 6:57 PM EDT August 9, 2023
Disease X is a placeholder name for a hypothetical disease that could emerge in the future. It isn’t currently spreading and causing symptoms.
Published: 3:52 PM EDT August 9, 2023
On August 3, Former President Donald Trump pleaded not guilty in his third criminal indictment, his second in federal court. The first was in New York state court.
Published: 4:22 PM EDT August 7, 2023
Published: 6:47 PM EDT August 1, 2023
The State Department, which issues passports, says Form I-912 has nothing to do with passports. The form applies to immigration fees.
Published: 3:14 PM EDT August 1, 2023
A federal ban on the sale of most incandescent and halogen light bulbs will not apply to all lights, such as those in appliances, headlights and heat lamps.
Social media posts falsely claim the Kids Online Safety Act, or KOSA, would require people to upload their driver’s licenses to use post online.
Published: 3:30 PM EDT July 26, 2023
Federal law says if you receive an unordered package with your name and address on it, then it’s considered a free gift.
Published: 4:11 PM EDT August 14, 2023
Facebook posts about missing 5-year-old Bella Heather are fake. The identical text seen in the posts, fake image and spam-like nature are telltale signs of a bait-an
Published: 5:45 PM EDT August 10, 2023
In April, Bed, Bath & Beyond filed for bankruptcy and closed hundreds of stores. Scammers have since been using store branding to steal your personal information.
Published: 3:38 PM EDT August 7, 2023
Social Security scams are common. From email, text and call scams, here’s how to avoid identity theft and losing money.
Published: 5:32 PM EST March 8, 2023
Getting out of a timeshare can be tough and scammers try to take advantage of owners who are desperate to sell. Here’s how to spot a timeshare scam.
Published: 11:36 AM EDT March 20, 2023
The posts say they guarantee up to $3 million in small business loans or grants, many with a no-payback promise. Those ads aren’t legitimate.
Published: 5:20 PM EDT March 23, 2023
VERIFY viewers often ask about charity scams. Here are four ways to make sure your donation is in the right hands.
Published: 2:37 PM EDT March 28, 2023
The FBI is warning against the use of USB charging stations in airports and other public places. Here’s what to know about “juice jacking.”
Published: 3:42 PM EDT April 12, 2023
Scammers can impersonate family members or other people you know on the phone by using artificial intelligence (AI) voice cloning technology.
Published: 4:12 PM EDT May 5, 2023
Scammers commonly promote products that have “miracle” cosmetic or health benefits using fake celebrity endorsements.
Published: 11:52 AM EDT March 21, 2023
Scammers use fake checks for many different kinds of scams. We VERIFY what to watch out for, and what you can do if you fall victim to a check scam.
Published: 3:01 PM EST February 27, 2023
3 ways to check a website safety, including how to know if a website is a scam or real and signs of a fake link.
Published: 11:35 AM EST February 2, 2023
Mega Millions warns that scammers may call, email or text to tell you that you're a winner.
Published: 4:28 PM EST January 9, 2023
Fans have raised millions in support of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin's toy drive after he suffered a cardiac arrest during a football game against the Bengals.
Published: 7:30 PM EST January 3, 2023
Scammers can call, email or send text messages to get money or personal information. If you gave them your credit card, bank, or other info, here is how to lock your
Published: 7:47 PM EST December 19, 2022
If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. A significant discount on stamps this holiday season is a “tell-tale sign” that they’re fake.
Published: 12:58 PM EST December 16, 2022
Scammers try to take advantage of the holiday season, when many people are shopping and donating more than they usually do. Here’s what to be wary of.
Published: 5:44 PM EST December 9, 2022
Scammers are messaging groups of 50 strangers on Twitter and other platforms offering fake jobs they claim could pay $200 for one hour of remote work.
Published: 5:42 PM EST November 21, 2022
Phony paid surveys are a common way for scammers to acquire personal information and steal people’s identities. Here’s how to spot them.
Published: 5:50 PM EDT October 4, 2022