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Would the House GOP plan have prevented ‘price discrimination’ against people with preexisting conditions?

Republicans are scrambling to defend their efforts to replace Obamacare. We examine a claim that people with preexisting conditions would not face higher prices.

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The ‘Trump economy’ vs. the ‘Obama economy’

Ten years after the financial crisis, both Obama and Trump claim credit for an economic turnaround, but the data suggests the former — not the latter — steered the economy out of free fall.

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Did Brett Kavanaugh give false testimony under oath?

Democrats say yes. He says no. We went back in time to dig up answers.

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Obama’s claim that Trump’s Obamacare moves have ‘already cost’ 3 million people health insurance

Obama knocked President Trump for a decline in the number of insured Americans, but he used a cherry-picked number. Other surveys show little change.

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President Trump’s Four-Pinocchio complaint about the Maria death toll figures

There have been many numbers regarding the death toll in Puerto Rico, but Trump is way off course to suggest they are still in double digits.

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President Trump has made more than 5,000 false or misleading claims

In 601 days, the president has made 5,001 false or misleading claims. He passed 2,000 in January, so the pace has increased significantly.

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Anatomy of a Trump rally: 70 percent of claims are false, misleading or lacking evidence

For a second time, we checked the accuracy of every factual claim made by the president at one of his rallies. It's a long list, and not very pretty.

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Did Brett Kavanaugh signal he supports ‘going after birth control’?

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) misleadingly trimmed crucial words uttered by the Supreme Court nominee in a discussion of a case concerning access to contraceptives.

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Obama adviser running for Congress claims he also worked for Bush

Andy Kim's campaign ad says he worked for Democratic and Republican administrations. But he worked only five months in an entry-level job under President Bush.

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President Trump’s repeated claim: 'The greatest economy in the history of our country’

Forty times in three months, Trump has said this is the greatest economy in U.S. history. But economic historians say growth and unemployment were better in other eras.

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