Yes, the Daily Show is a fake news show. But it should not get the facts 4-Pinocchio wrong.
The Connecticut Democrat fails to mention that frozen shrimp already has no duties.
The Clinton Foundation's statement on Canadian laws implies there is a blanket ban on releasing donor names.
O'Malley's crime numbers check out, but the FBI warns against such use of statistics.
Though Christie is correct that Medicaid spending has grown, he uses exaggerated figures and his claim lacks context.
The prospective GOP presidential candidate keeps saying this to audiences, but she hasn't done her homework.
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.
Critics say California's current water shortage is a "man-made" disaster. Is that accurate?