Statistical measures of the president’s term to date.
In a news interview and a speech in Pennsylvania, President Donald Trump misleadingly suggested that rising stock value could reduce the national debt.
The numbers are nearly all in now. What they show about what really happened during the eight years that Barack Obama was president is sometimes different from what politicians claimed.
These are some of the numbers by which the future successes or failures of the new presidency will be measured.
In the final presidential debate, Hillary Clinton claimed that her proposals would “not add a penny to the debt.” But a nonpartisan budget watchdog group estimates that what she has detailed thus far would add $200 billion to the debt over 10 years.
In the final debate in Las Vegas, we found the deck was still stacked against the facts.
Our last update on statistical indicators of the Obama presidency before his successor is elected.
The last of our daily fact-checking videos from the political conventions focuses on Hillary Clinton’s speech accepting the Democratic presidential nomination.
FactCheck.org’s Lori Robertson talks with USA Today’s Paul Singer about claims made during the third day of the Republican National Convention.
We found fact-twisting on jobs, the debt, taxes and oil.