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Biden’s pick for HHS sued the Trump administration, not a group of nuns

There’s a difference between suing nuns and suing the federal government in a case that nuns decide to join.

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Dissecting the House GOP spin against Biden’s $1.9 trillion covid relief bill

Here's a guide to what's wrong or off-base about House GOP talking points attacking the covid-rleief plan.

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Biden’s messed-up math comparing war deaths to covid deaths

The president made a comparison that was widely cited in the news media — but it's wrong, as he said it.

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Kerry’s claim that ‘we have nine years left’ to avert the climate crisis

The former secretary of state is citing a date for action that climate scientists say is frequently misunderstood.

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Biden’s repeated claim he’s ‘traveled 17,000 miles with’ Xi Jinping

President Biden keeps claiming he's traveled 17,000 miles with Chinese president Xi Jinping, but that's unverified and misleading.

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‘Frozen windmills’ aren’t to blame for Texas’s power failure

Texas relies almost entirely on fossil fuels — and didn’t prepare its power grid for extreme cold.

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Harris’s claim that Biden vaccine plan was ‘starting from scratch’

The Biden administration has sped up the tempo of vaccinations and expanded access, but it has built on concepts left behind by the Trump administration.

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Trump attorneys falsely claim he was denied ‘due process’

Due process is a bedrock protection for anyone facing a loss of “life, liberty or property” — not public office.

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A running tally of Trump’s misleading impeachment defense

Trump's defense lawyers are showing videos that are often taken out of context.

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Introducing #DIYFactCheck, a project from The Fact Checker

The Washington Post’s Fact Checker team put together a guide to teach you how to be your own online video investigator.

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