A signature protest phrase from Ferguson is based in rumors and witness accounts that later were recanted.
Kerry earns Four Pinocchios for repeatedly claiming he was part of a pivotal Senate hearing--when he was not.
News organizations frequently cite this number, but there is less than meets the eye.
New information casts increasing doubt on Hillary Clinton's explanations about her private e-mail account.
The freshman senator from Arkansas gets the history a bit jumbled on the failed North Korean arms-control deal.
A number of states oppose the EPA's carbon emissions rule. But the number is not as dramatic as Inhofe suggests.
The president tossed out lots of fishy facts at a recent town hall in South Carolina.
Cruz repeats a common comparison that the IRS tax code is longer than the Bible. But that's a comparison that doesn't really say anything.
Democratic lawmakers and Clinton supporters are using the 55,000 pages of records she released to deflect attention from the central issue.
A definitive timeline about Hillary Clinton and the rules governing government and personal e-mail accounts.