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Cruz repeats a common comparison that the IRS tax code is longer than the Bible. But that's a comparison that doesn't really say anything.

Democratic lawmakers and Clinton supporters are using the 55,000 pages of records she released to deflect attention from the central issue.

A definitive timeline about Hillary Clinton and the rules governing government and personal e-mail accounts.

Rand Paul once again tops our monthly roundup of the most widely read columns.

Walker throws out some education-related numbers to show his policies are working, but they're not as impressive as he makes them sound.

The Kentucky lawmaker likes to display an oversized check made out to the U.S. taxpayer. But who really gets the money?

Sanders says 99 percent of new income is going to top 1 percent of Americans. Is he correct?

Readers either loved or hated our most recent fact check of Sen. Rand Paul's statements on his college degree.

The junior senator from Kentucky engages in some resume inflation.

Jindal cobbles together numbers to say Louisiana's higher education funding has increased under his watch. But that's not correct.

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