Statistical measures of the president’s term to date.
Leaders in both parties make false and misleading claims about the GOP’s $1.5 trillion tax cut plan.
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.
At this stage of the campaign, we often hear similar claims repeated over and over in stump speeches.
Our last update on statistical indicators of the Obama presidency before his successor is elected.
This week, CNN’s Jake Tapper, working with FactCheck.org, highlights four claims Hillary Clinton made in a speech in Hampton, Illinois, on Sept. 5.
Yes, there were repeated debunked claims yet again in the presidential campaign this week. We summarize our fact-checking of these familiar talking points in our “Groundhog Friday” feature.
Donald Trump mangled his economic facts — again — when he said many people are working two jobs largely “because of this horrible Obamacare.”
This week’s Groundhog Friday — a wrap-up of political claims we’ve debunked before — includes assertions about illegal immigration, tax returns, jobs, wages, the Iraq War and the trade deficit.
This week, the candidates for the White House repeated claims they’ve made before on nuclear weapons, jobs and wages.