Sen. John Walsh (D-Mont.) has been exposed as a plagiarist. But his campaign claims it was a simple "mistake."
KISS bassist Gene Simmons earns Four Pinocchios for asserting myths about the taxes paid by the top one percent.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and his Democratic challenger battle over Medicare with debunked claims.
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.
Our monthly round-up of columns is dominated by Benghazi--and Kentucky senators.
The Chamber of Commerce wrongly assumed EPA would seek a 42 percent reduction in carbon emissions, not 30 percent.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) claims there was "no plane" for Special Ops forces during the Benghazi incident. That's wrong.
The National Mining Association claims new EPA rules on coal plants will make homeowners' bills jump 80 percent. Not so.
Both parties have inserted poison pills in their budget documents to attack lawmakers on first-class travel.