Rep. Ann Wagner (R-Mo.) claims that “sex trafficking” ads have declined 90 percent, but that’s stale data.
President Trump keeps tweeting about a sideline figure in the Russia probe. Here’s a guide to what we know.
The self-described “democratic socialist” keeps making statements that are false, misleading or incorrect
President Trump has taken on the regulatory state, but his team overstates his success with fishy numbers
Hey, we debunked this back in 2005
In his first year as president, Trump made 2,140 false or misleading claims. Now, just six months later, he has almost doubled that total.
The Trump administration has a consistent habit of flatly denying media reports that turn out to be correct.
U.S. Steel ducks questions about whether an alleged phone conversation ever took place.
Democrats are charging hypocrisy by Republicans on considering nominations in election years. But that’s just spin.
Trump’s 2020 campaign manager tweeted a wildly misleading chart that earns Four Pinocchios.
The number of fact-checking organizations has tripled around the globe in four years. But the journalist movement is increasingly under attack.
Rep. Ken Cramer (R-N.D.) created a “fact” website. But some of its claims don’t stand up to scrutiny.
Over and over, President Trump said he supports coverage for preexisting conditions. Now, he does not. Flip-flop!
President Trump views his diplomacy as a great triumph. We check his facts and claims.
The president is calling for a probe of a proposed transaction that the Senate investigated — and did not find to be illegal.
The widely reported number of 4,645 deaths is based on a survey that actually counted only 15 deaths attributed to the hurricane.
As Trump nears the 500th day of his presidency, his daily average number of false or misleading claims keeps climbing.
Is President Trump targeting children’s health care? Are Democrats crying wolf? Here’s what’s really going on in the budget game.
The president has claimed at least six scandals concerning the Mueller probe. Here’s a guide through his smokescreen.