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Four Pinocchios for lawmakers who cite an alarming 300 percent increase in escort ads to portray record levels of sex trafficking taking place during the Super Bowl.

We dig into FBI data to find out whether black offenders are more or less likely than white offenders to kill police.

New York Police Department Commissioner William Bratton says more than 100 police officers are killed each year. We dig into that number.

Giuliani said Obama is sending an anti-police message by inviting Al Sharpton to the White House "80, 85 times."

The claim is being repeated in protests over Eric Garner's death. We check where it comes from, and whether it's true.

Giuliani earns Four Pinocchios for claiming that Obama started a propaganda campaign that "everybody should hate the police."

A jarring graphic is circulating in response to the Rolling Stone controversy over an alleged UVA rape. How accurate is it?

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says intraracial homicide in the black community is far more common than situations like Ferguson.

Former senator Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) says gun crime was low in the Wild West because everyone had guns.

In 2009, Attorney General Holder made a startling claim about African American women and murders by intimate partners. We unravel an errant fact.

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