Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) claims he is Michigan's #1 conservative. But he obscures his voting record on abortion.
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 mail carriers union says Saturday delivery means 80,000 fewer jobs; USPS says 25,000. We sort out the differences.
Sen. Claire McCaskill claimed Clinton "laid the groundwork" for the chemical weapons deal, but the evidence is slim.
The president suggests the effort to target Iran's economy began in his presidency. That's a distorted view of history.
Senate hopeful Alison L. Grimes (D) suggests McConnell's net worth "quadrupled" because he voted for pay raises.
What's behind those provocative billboards on the Metro bus about Israel and Islam?
The former vice president makes the dubious charge that Obama dropped Bush's missile defense plan after a "mere request" from Putin.
Democratic group claims taxes went up for 80 percent of North Carolinians. Not so.