Four Pinocchios for lawmakers who cite an alarming 300 percent increase in escort ads to portray record levels of sex trafficking taking place during the Super Bowl.
Santorum's figures incited "wows" from the crowd, but they do not tell the full story.
The Ohio governor quotes Lincoln, but it turns out he fell for one of the great hoaxes of U.S. history. Four Pinocchios!
What really happened when a bust of Churchill loaned to George W. Bush was returned to Britain?
Lawmakers who oppose abortion rights say Obamacare provides federal subsidies for elective abortions. We check out that claim.
The Kentucky Republican says half of the people on disability get payments for back pain and anxiety. We check his math.
President Obama made a quick reference to a complex topic during the State of the Union. But what he left out is just as important.
President Obama earns Three Pinocchios for using words on the Iran talks that have little basis in fact.
What were President Obama's most fact-challenged statements in the State of the Union address?
Here's our annual look at what happened to the proposals made in last year's State of the Union address.