The Kentucky Republican says half of the people on disability get payments for back pain and anxiety. We check his math.
President Obama earns Three Pinocchios for using words on the Iran talks that have little basis in fact.
Opponents of a pending FCC decision on net neutrality say it would cost Americans $15 billion in new taxes on the Internet. We check the math.
We dig into the data behind an alarming statistic and discover the numbers about college drinking say less than people think.
The former vice president says Japanese soldiers did not face U.S. charges for waterboarding. But that's wrong.
A jarring graphic is circulating in response to the Rolling Stone controversy over an alleged UVA rape. How accurate is it?
President Obama cites Bush's action as affecting an equivalent percentage of undocumented immigrants. But it's a fishy number.
President Obama appears to believe that Canadian crude from the Keystone XL pipeline would bypass the United States. That's wrong.
The NRA goes too far when it tries to lump Landrieu in with Bloomberg.
Former president George W. Bush misleadingly twists the initial rationale behind the invasion of Iraq.