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No, prisons aren’t full of nonviolent drug offenders.
It’s not cut off from the rest of the country - or the rest of the world.
No, producers don’t encourage brawls for ratings.
No, we don’t use only 10 percent of our brains.
They’re not the same as “leakers” - and they don’t always go to the press.
No, looting isn’t common after floods.
No, the Ivies aren’t America’s most selective colleges.
Ahmad is an associate law professor at Barry University. Quraishi-Landes is a law professor at the University of Wisconsin.
No, it wasn’t invented by greeting-card companies.
No, grunge wasn’t just white guys from Seattle, and the ’27 Club' is smaller than you think
No, it isn’t the main driver of inequality.
Fact-checking and pointing out logical inconsistencies can reduce belief in conspiracy theories.
Salem wasn’t the only place where persecutions happened.
No, you can’t just invoke executive privilege to escape scrutiny.
Is it really the most dangerous night to drive?
No, a second vote wouldn’t necessarily turn out differently.
Han Solo isn’t the only one who can make it through an asteroid field.
What’s happening isn’t natural - and almost all scientists agree.
We can’t agree on how the day got its name, much less what it means for retail.
No, basting isn’t best.