China called the 90-day review an "attempt at political manipulation" and accused President Biden of getting in the way of an international effort to end the pandemic, saying that "for some politicians in the U.S., political interests are far more important than saving lives and seeking truth."
Tik Toker Brookiebaby888 usually posts humorous lifestyle videos to her 73,000 followers, but earlier this month she fimed herself doing a "magnet vaccine test." Standing in front of her camera, she explained to users that she just received her COVID-19 vaccine and wanted to see if a magnet would stick to her arm. Pressing the round magnet to her deltoid, she gasps in surprise when it barely sticks.
A new intelligence bulletin drafted by the FBI highlights the risk that the QAnon conspiracy theory poses to the United States.
Dr. Naomi Wolf—once revered as a feminist author but lately more well-known for startling factual errors and conspiracy theories—was finally banned this weekend from Twitter after describing vaccines as "a software platform that can receive uploads."
Democrats prove they are absolute morons
If GOP conspiracy theorists think the FBI organized the Jan. 6 attack, wouldn't they want an independent commission to uncover the truth?
“A right-wing conspiracy.” That’s what political insider Terry McAuliffe, the Virginia Democratic nominee for governor, called critical race theory (CRT) being taught in our children’s classrooms. No, Mr. McAuliffe, CRT at its roots is a Marxist experiment designed to brainwash our youth by having them define all elements of our
"Pure insanity." That's how Richard Donoghue, the principal associate deputy attorney general, reacted to an email forwarded to him from Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows that contained a YouTube link alleging broad-scale election tampering via Italian satellites.
Pete Alonso to opposing pitchers: Keep on doing what you do with those foreign substances.
The Internet is a bonanza for men of zeal to create universes of misunderstanding.
This latest theory says a lot about the people who still have Trump's ear — and the inability of Republicans to push back against even the most ludicrous ideas.
Have alien spacecraft been buzzing across Earth's skies? Turns out it's not just people in tinfoil hats asking that question — it's the U.S. government.