In a new ad, Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) claims Obamacare has boosted premiums 50 percent. We check the math.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) claims he is Michigan's #1 conservative. But he obscures his voting record on abortion.
A rare award for a flip-flop dominated our monthly round-up of the most widely read columns.
The former Secretary of State erred when she claimed that company wanted to stop covering all forms of contraception.
Former HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius touts a new Obamacare figure. How does she add that up?
The former president says there was "zero" GOP outrage over 10 deaths of diplomats during Bush's term. We check the math.
The president suggests opposition fighters are just civilians with no real military background. But that's not correct.
Did a letter to the IRS actually lead to the crash of Lois Lerner's hard drive? We examine the facts.
The New York Times' Thomas L. Friedman repeats a myth his newspaper previously debunked. Where's the correction?
The new ad from Rep. Nick Rahall (D-W.V.) features stale claims and out-of-context quotes in an attempt to scare seniors.