This factoid is based on serious data, but the more you dig, the less relevant it becomes.
The Republican senator at least twice gets his history lesson all jumbled up.
This populist talking point wilts under scrutiny.
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Depending on the estimate cited, the number of victims changes by tens of millions.
A statistic, based on fishy data from four decades ago, continues to circulate, usually around International Women's Day.
The former Pennsylvania senator earns Four Pinocchios for significantly inflating his role -- and his opponents.
The Florida Republican puts words in the president's mouth and earns Four Pinocchios.
Clinton uses an outdated interpretation of a congressional mandate. She earns Three Pinocchios.
A key document that Ledbetter says convinced her to file her lawsuit alleging pay disparity was never retained.
Carson throws out a jaw-dropping figure about unfunded liabilities with no context.
A rare Geppetto Checkmark tops of the list of our mostly widely-read columns in April.
Cruz makes a misleading comparison using a questionable figure.