Democratic attack ad falsely knocks Republican on preexisting conditions

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee uses a Republican’s minor procedural votes to attack him for selling out his constituents on protecting a key part of Obamacare, even though he didn’t.

Democratic attack ad falsely knocks Republican on preexisting conditions

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee uses a Republican’s minor procedural votes to attack him for selling out his constituents on protecting a key part of Obamacare, even though he didn’t.

Trump’s $110 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia: still fake

The president says he does not want to harm a $110-billion arms deal over the Khashoggi disappearance but few deals have actually come to fruition

Are 68,000 people a day ‘trafficked right in front of our eyes’? Nope.

A nonprofit group placed an ad in an airline magazine touting a figure based on bad math and faulty assumptions.

Fact-checking President Trump’s USA Today op-ed on ‘Medicare-For-All’

Virtually every sentence in the president’s op-ed contains a falsehood or a misleading claim.

Susan Collins’s wrong claim on Planned Parenthood and Supreme Court justices

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said the abortion-rights group automatically opposed O’Connor, Kennedy and Souter, but that’s incorrect — and she admits her error.

Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony: What was misleading, what was not

Here’s The Fact Checker’s guide to the accuracy of 14 statements made by Kavenaugh that opponents say undermine his credibility

GOP ads falsely depict Democrats as supporters of Sanders’s health plan

A torrent of GOP attack ads has targeted Democrats with supporting a government takeover of health care that they do not actually support.

Brett Kavanaugh and alcohol: Two dueling narratives

Former classmates disagree sharply about whether the Supreme Court nominee abused alcohol as a young man. We sort through the very different accounts.

Brett Kavanaugh and allegations of sexual misconduct: The complete list

Here’s a guide to all of the sexual misconduct claims made against the Supreme Court nominee — and the evidence offered to back them.

Fact-checking President Trump’s statements about sexual misconduct allegations

At his marathon news conference, President Trump dismissed sexual misconduct allegations against himself with misleading or false claims

Fact-checking President Trump’s speech to the U.N. General Assembly

The president offered other world leaders a “greatest hits” version of his favorite claims from his campaign rallies. We look at 14 key claims.

Beto O’Rourke’s false claim he did not try to leave the scene of a DWI

The Senate hopeful, in a debate, earns Four Pinocchios for flatly disputing a witness account in police records from his DWI 20 years ago.

The strange tale about why Bill Clinton said NAFTA would create 1 million jobs

It’s the 25th anniversary of one of the dumbest presidential job predictions ever. We explain why Clinton touted a jobs number that even many trade advocates thought was extreme.

Would the House GOP plan have prevented ‘price discrimination’ against people with preexisting conditions?

Republicans are scrambling to defend their efforts to replace Obamacare. We examine a claim that people with preexisting conditions would not face higher prices.

Obama’s claim that Trump’s Obamacare moves have ‘already cost’ 3 million people health insurance

Obama knocked President Trump for a decline in the number of insured Americans, but he used a cherry-picked number. Other surveys show little change.

President Trump’s Four-Pinocchio complaint about the Maria death toll figures

There have been many numbers regarding the death toll in Puerto Rico, but Trump is way off course to suggest they are still in double digits.

President Trump has made more than 5,000 false or misleading claims

In 601 days, the president has made 5,001 false or misleading claims. He only broke 2,000 in January, so the pace has stepped up significantly.

Anatomy of a Trump rally: 68 percent of claims are false, misleading or lacking evidence

For a second time, we checked the accuracy of every factual claim made by the president at one of his rallies. It’s a long list, and not very pretty.

Did Brett Kavanaugh signal he supports ‘going after birth control’?

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) misleadingly trimmed crucial words uttered by the Supreme Court nominee in a discussion of a case concerning access to contraceptives.