Here's our annual list of the ten most read fact checks of 2014.
Jonathan Gruber gives an after-the-fact explanation of his 2012 remarks on Obamacare, but confuses the issue further.
The Russian foreign minister earns 4 Pinocchios for claiming 80 percent of Congress have not traveled overseas. That's a complete myth.
The oft-cited statistic on sexual assault cannot be applied to all college campuses, an arm of the Justice Department says.
The former vice president says Japanese soldiers did not face U.S. charges for waterboarding. But that's wrong.
Our annual roundup of the most outlandish claims of 2014.
The tax-saving maneuver is becoming a political football in the debate over a top Treasury nominee. We explain what they are.
The newly elected senator from Arkansas says Hezbollah worked with "locals in Mexico" to attack in D.C. That's a bit off.
A jarring graphic is circulating in response to the Rolling Stone controversy over an alleged UVA rape. How accurate is it?
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus claims Obama has the worst record of any president on the national debt. But that claim lacks context.