The president uses fuzzy math about the GOP's still-vague tax plan.
Rubio makes a broad statement based on a provision that isn't written into the tax proposal.
This is a common talking point by Democrats. But how valid is it?
Readers wanted to know: Is there any substance to Warren's assertion?
The DNC chairwoman disses Marco Rubio, and spins his words out of context.
Foes of the estate tax say it is killing small farms and businesses. But is that really the case?
Reader responses reminded us that commonly used political jargon can have powerful implications.
A radio ad misleads listeners about the negative impacts of the Export-Import Bank.
Old myths die hard, but neither fact is backed by the evidence.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) says an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities would be short. But would it be a cakewalk?