Cruz might be on track with his numbers, but his statistic falls apart because of his adjectives.
The Democratic hopeful earns Four Pinocchios for getting his history very wrong.
Hillary Clinton's highly legalistic defense of her email practices skirts questions about classified information being shared.
Once again, politicians and the media blithely repeat a Four-Pinocchio statistic on sex trafficking that does not hold up to scrutiny.
See a visual analysis.
Depending on the estimate cited, the number of victims changes by tens of millions.
Bush's off-the-cuff remark went viral on social media -- and turns out to be worthy of Four Pinocchios.
Both Jeb Bush and Donald Trump get some facts correct in the ongoing debate over births on U.S. soil by foreign citizens.
We dissect Kasich's go-to figures about his record as Ohio governor.
Trump has doubled his estimate of the unemployment rate. He's even further away from the real number now.
Perry's use of apples-to-oranges data makes Texas graduation rate improvement more impressive than it really is.
The Trump campaign relied on actual government reports, but the spin is misleading.
Trump repeats a repeatedly debunked claim and earns Four Pinocchios.