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.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) seized on a statement made on a late-night show, but he's jumping to conclusions.
Emily's List claims the GOP candidate for Senate in North Carolina cut education fund by $500 million. But that's half the story.
Crossroads GPS has a new ad attacking a Democrat for supporting Obamacare, but it sounded familiar.
The mail carriers union says Saturday delivery means 80,000 fewer jobs; USPS says 25,000. We sort out the differences.
Fact checking organizations which vet political statements are emerging across the globe.