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Schumer’s overblown attack on GOP proposal for medical malpractice lawsuits

The Democratic leader was wrong to say a GOP bill would allow “no medical malpractice suits till 2024, even if they’re not covid-related.”

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Pence’s hyped-up claims of ‘voter fraud’ in Indiana

The vice president claims that people registering Black voters in Indiana were “prosecuted for falsifying ballots.” That’s false.

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Yet another GOP Senate candidate uses ‘Ranger’ label despite Army caveat

John James, running for the U.S. Senate in Michigan, took a Ranger course, but he did not serve in the elite Army Ranger unit.

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Fact-checking Trump’s Goya ad, in Spanish

The Trump campaign translated into Spanish its false claims about Joe Biden, so we translated our fact checks.

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GOP Senate candidate’s claims about his foundation for ‘inner city’ kids don’t add up

In the first 10 years, only one student received funds, tax records show. So did the elite school that Corky Messner’s sons attended.

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Trump’s Four-Pinocchio interview on Russian bounties

The president once again denies that intelligence exists, rather than dispute what it says.

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Trump’s sweeping claim that Biden wants to ‘abolish all charter schools’

The president, as usual, goes way too far with his campaign rhetoric to create a cartoon version of the former vice president’s position.

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Joe Biden’s worst-ever campaign moment, revisited

A pro-GOP group is running a campaign ad that accurately reprises a campaign moment that helped end Biden's first run for the presidency more than three decades ago.

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The twists and turns in Trump’s executive order on immigrants and the census

Trump’s proposal to dilute undocumented immigrants’ political power gives a warped view of history.

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DeVos’s claim that children are ‘stoppers’ of covid-19

DeVos is mainly relying on a study that German researchers say does not apply to the United States.

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