A mailing by the Mitch McConnell campaign cites the Fact Checker in a misleading way.
The Fact Checker presents his list of the ten worst ads from the midterm elections.
Barbara Comstock's campaign says she saved $400 million on Silver Line construction. But there's not much to that number.
Senate Majority PAC makes a racially-charged claim in a radio ad in the North Carolina race, but offers no proof.
The National Rifle Association all but calls Rep. Bruce Braley (D-Iowa) a liar concerning a meeting with Michael Bloomberg.
GOP attack ad cites a tax vote from six years ago, without acknowledging the issue is now dead.
Challenger Alison Grimes (D) puts her credibility on the line by asserting 4-Pinocchio claims herself.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) attacked GOP challenger Ed Gillespie for dealing with a dictator. Do the charges add up?
A GOP Super PAC relaunches a false attack concerning congressional perks debunked months ago.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says the White House suggested Ebola was spread like AIDS. Is that the case?