This week, we feature emails readers sent to us regarding the Alabama Senate race and the Obama administration deal allowing a Russian nuclear energy agency to acquire a controlling stake in Uranium One, a Canadian-based company with mining stakes in the Western United States.
This week, readers sent us comments about former FBI Director James Comey, who testified before the Senate intelligence committee about private conversations he had with President Donald Trump regarding the agency’s Russia investigation.
This week, a reader sent us comments on the reasons behind lower physician participation in Medicaid, as compared with private insurance or Medicare.
This week, readers sent us letters about President Barack Obama’s record on manufacturing jobs, and Sen. Ted Cruz’s claim that Obama praised the late Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
This week, a reader sent us a letter about the history of the Electoral College and the three-fifths compromise.
This week, readers sent us letters regarding our coverage of Donald Trump’s speech on the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, and his speech about Hillary Clinton.
This week, readers sent us letters about Donald Trump and David Duke, and U.S. Supreme Court confirmations during a presidential election year.
This week, readers sent us letters about Hillary Clinton’s emails and Jeb Bush’s comments on economic growth.
Readers sent us letters about our coverage of the second Republican presidential debate on Sept. 16.
This week, a reader sent us a letter about the tax rates paid by hedge fund managers.
In the FactCheck Mailbag, we feature some of the email we receive. Readers can send comments to email@example.com. Letters may be edited for length.
‘Carried Interest Argument Is Moot’
Recently you posted an article checking the facts on Bernie Sanders’ statements regarding effective tax rates for hedge fund managers versus firemen, truck drivers, etc. [“Hedge Fund Managers’