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

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

Palin provides a lot of numbers about deployment trends dating to World War II, but ultimately makes an apples-to-oranges comparison.

During her CPAC speech, Sarah Palin uttered an unreliable veteran suicide statistic that has little context or meaning -- and made it worse.

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.

Our monthly round-up of the most popular fact checks.

The former governor says vaccination went from 65 percent to 95 percent while he was governor. That's wrong.

Santorum's figures incited "wows" from the crowd, but they do not tell the full story.

Lawmakers who oppose abortion rights say Obamacare provides federal subsidies for elective abortions. We check out that claim.

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