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The bogus claim that Democrats voted against funding for Israel

A conservative group is attacking Democrats for a procedural vote that made no mention of funding Israel.

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George P. Bush’s claim that Trump built ‘only 150’ miles of a border barrier

Some could argue that Trump built as little as 50 miles of border barrier or as much as 458 miles. But the 150-mile figure seems to come out of nowhere.

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Brooks’s claim that counting the votes of ‘eligible American citizens’ would have reelected Trump

The Alabama House member bases his claim on faulty math and disputed studies. He earns Four Pinocchios.

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Biden’s bragging about four months of job gains

In a tweet, Biden favorably compared himself to Trump and Reagan. But there's something missing in this picture.

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Hunter Biden’s laptop: The April 16, 2015, dinner

A recent report suggested that then-Vice President Joe Biden attended a dinner with Hunter Biden’s business associates. But participants say he just briefly stopped by to meet with a Greek Orthodox priest.

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Biden’s inaccurate jab at Manchin’s and Sinema’s voting records

The president said the two moderate Democrats vote more with Republicans. Not so.

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Biden’s nonsensical claim about Alzheimer’s and hospital beds

The president claimed that within 15 years, every hospital bed would be occupied by Alzheimer’s patients. There’s no evidence for that.

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Video indicates how McCarthy and Luntz mixed friendship and business

House GOP leader appears to have participated in pollster's focus group while staying in his apartment.

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Greene’s ahistorical claim that the Nazis were socialists

The official name of the Nazi party included the word "socialist." But that doesn't mean Hitler was a socialist.

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The dueling histories in the debate over ‘historic Palestine’

A New York Times illustration prompts a debate over when "Palestine' was created -- or whether it ever existed.

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