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President Trump’s claim that ‘we’ve had bigger storms’ than Harvey and Irma

President Trump points to hurricanes' intensity, but the damage caused by the recent storms makes them some of the most costly on record.

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Happy 10th birthday, Fact Checker!

The Fact Checker has its 10th birthday on Sept. 19, 2017, though that statement might merit a Pinocchio

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Medicare, private insurance and administrative costs: A Democratic talking point

Democrats such as Sens. Jeff Merkley and Bernie Sanders says Medicare is more efficient than private plans. But not so fast.

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365 days of Trump claims

Every suspect claim made by President Trump during his first year in office, in one place

The Trump Promise Tracker

Donald Trump made 60 key promises during the 2016 campaign. We will track his progress during his presidency.

The 2016 Election Fact Checker

Every fact check of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in one place.

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Speaker Ryan’s fuzzy math on the nation’s ‘terrible tax system’

Ryan cited three numbers to make his case for lower corporate taxes, but there's a problem with each figure he used.

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Did James Comey violate federal laws?

We dig into the White House's rationale for suggesting that the fired FBI director violated federal laws.

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As the death toll climbs in Sudan, officials shy away from the ‘cholera’ label

The U.S. Embassy says people are dying from cholera, but WHO, USAID and Sudan's leaders hide behind a more benign-sounding phrase.

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President Trump’s claim foreign leaders told him they’re unhappy with 7-9 percent GDP growth

Trump keeps referencing conversations with two world leaders, but there's only one who could possibly have bragging rights.

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The House Republicans’ claim they have ‘passed more bills’ than recent first-year presidencies

House Republicans say they have passed more bills than any recent Congress. But passing bills is not the same as bills signed into law.

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President Trump’s claim that a wall will ‘stop much of the drugs from pouring into this country’

Trump wants the wall to stop drugs from entering the United States, but the majority of drugs are smuggled through legal ports of entry.

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