The Kentucky lawmaker likes to display an oversized check made out to the U.S. taxpayer. But who really gets the money?
Sanders says 99 percent of new income is going to top 1 percent of Americans. Is he correct?
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The junior senator from Kentucky engages in some resume inflation.
Jindal cobbles together numbers to say Louisiana's higher education funding has increased under his watch. But that's not correct.
Our monthly round-up of the most popular fact checks.
This is one of the former Texas governor's favorite claims, but it's a convenient one that obscures the reality.
The former governor says vaccination went from 65 percent to 95 percent while he was governor. That's wrong.
Some politicians are suggesting a link between illegal immigration and the measles outbreak. What's the evidence?
We fact check various remarks on vaccinations by politicians, including Obama's controversial remarks in 2008.