The groups advocating better ties with Iran says U.S. sanctions have hurt the U.S. We checked the math.
The Cheneys have revived claims of 'deep, longlasting, far-reaching" ties between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda.
The president suggests opposition fighters are just civilians with no real military background. But that's not correct.
We assess whether Sen. John McCain shifted from a possible supporter to an opponent of the Taliban prisoner swap.
The president suggests the effort to target Iran's economy began in his presidency. That's a distorted view of history.
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.
When State Department officials debated how to treat the militant group, the issue was resolved below Hillary Clinton's level.
Republicans claim that Obama scrapped a missile defense plan to "appease" Putin. What really happened?
During the debates, Obama accused Mitt Romney of a '1980s' foreign policy even though the Cold War is 'over'