Bob Hugin, the Republican challenging Menendez, says the public should see all the facts. Be careful what you wish for.
A report from the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general shows the public got inaccurate numbers this summer.
Did Chuck Schumer and Preet Bharara conspire with a former FBI agent to derail Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination? Nope.
Soros’s Open Society Foundations give grants to a liberal group opposing Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination. But that money comes with strings attached and doesn’t wind up in protesters’ hands.
Both politicians avoided the Vietnam War, but only one has apologized for false claims.
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) attacked his Christian opponent with several false or misleading claims exuding anti-Muslim bias.
The Democrat in the race to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) claims his rival is “lying” about being involved in manufacturing.But his claims don’t add up.
The president says NAFTA cost “millions of jobs” in the United States, but most studies say the trade deal had a modest effect.
As a White House lawyer, Kavanaugh received a ton of juicy information taken straight from Democrats’ files. He says he never suspected his source was stealing it.
Democrats say yes. He says no. We went back in time to dig up answers.
Andy Kim’s campaign ad says he worked for Democratic and Republican administrations. But he worked only five months in an entry-level job under President Bush.
Americans for Prosperity claims Bredesen, a former Tennessee governor, supported higher sales and gas taxes. But he never raised either tax.
We found plenty to fact-check in six attack ads released by the Congressional Leadership Fund — a super PAC aligned with House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.).
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) says the indictment against him is “pure politics,” but it’s not just Democrats alleging he misused more than $250,000 in campaign funds.
The president spread a baseless claim that has been promoted by white supremacists and the alt-right.
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) insists that Russia has breached Florida’s election systems and could wipe out voter registration records. But there’s no evidence to back him up.
Republicans say millions of pages of Kavanaugh’s White House records are irrelevant. Democrats say he gave incomplete testimony to Congress in 2006. We dug into their claims.
We rounded up 14 false or misleading tweets, ranging from the Russia investigation to NATO funding to North Korea to the price of soybeans.
The two presidents omitted key facts while answering questions about Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Trump gave a distorted picture of U.S. laws and immigration courts in his latest volley of tweets.