Our monthly round-up of the most widely read fact checks is topped by a controversial one on Carly Fiorina.
Kasich's claim lacks context and creates a misleading impression by using budget shorthand.
Donald Trump repeatedly cites a number for Syrian refugees that appears based on a misunderstanding.
Once again, politicians and the media blithely repeat a Four-Pinocchio statistic on sex trafficking that does not hold up to scrutiny.
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Depending on the estimate cited, the number of victims changes by tens of millions.
Bush stretches the truth with his claim suggesting he actively cut $19 billion in state tax revenues.
Foreign-policy nuances are lost in an ad with stark nuclear imagery sponsored by the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
The president made a sweeping statement but the evidence changes when suicides are removed from the gun-death data.
Planned Parenthood supporters continue to falsely assert or suggest it directly administers mammograms.
Ted Cruz frequently makes a claim about working in law enforcement. But what did he actually do?