Depending on the estimate cited, the number of victims changes by tens of millions.
For years, Sen. Brown has been putting words in the mouth of the first President Bush.
It's time to put this ship-counting claim to rest.
News organizations frequently cite this number, but there is less than meets the eye.
A statistic, based on fishy data from four decades ago, continues to circulate, usually around International Women's Day.
We dig into the data behind an alarming statistic and discover the numbers about college drinking say less than people think.
Critics say California's current water shortage is a "man-made" disaster. Is that accurate?
Obama flatly asserted that every $1 results in $7 from all sorts of savings later in life. But it's a disputed estimate.
The president uses fuzzy math about the GOP's still-vague tax plan.
Rubio makes a broad statement based on a provision that isn't written into the tax proposal.
This is a common talking point by Democrats. But how valid is it?
Readers wanted to know: Is there any substance to Warren's assertion?
The DNC chairwoman disses Marco Rubio, and spins his words out of context.