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YouTube ads about the purported weight loss and Alpine ice hack diet product Alpilean told a lie about a family connection.
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A rumor said that Lisa Loring's cause of death was the COVID-19 vaccine and that she died suddenly, but that clashes with more credible information.
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Project Veritas published that Pfizer was exploring mutating COVID-19 virus for new vaccines.
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A tweet from Vince Langman purported to show the prices of gas and eggs as well as other figures that reflected the reality of January 2020.
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Former US President Donald Trump will be reinstated on Facebook and Instagram with his account suspension ending in the coming weeks.
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Lynette Hardaway of the Diamond and Silk duo died of heart disease due to chronic high blood pressure, according to a death certificate obtained by The Associated Press.
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White nationalist Nick Fuentes was banned from Twitter again in January 2023.
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A misleading tweet left out important information when sharing the story and video of COVID survivor Claire Bridges.
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A purported ice hack diet and weight loss product called Alpilean was featured in a misleading YouTube ad.
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A man wearing a Jesus Saves shirt in the Mall of America with the crossed-out word coexist on the back made headlines in January 2023.
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A rumor said that the US government was pushing a new food pyramid that claimed Lucky Charms was healthier than steak or ground beef.
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Sandra Bullock never endorsed CBD gummies nor were there any allegations against her.
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Oprah Winfrey never endorsed weight loss gummy products such as CBD gummies or keto gummies nor were there allegations against her.
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A baseless rumor claimed that the death of Lisa Marie Presley was linked to COVID-19 vaccines or booster shots.
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