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Bernie Sanders resurrects a ‘zombie’ claim on gun sales without background checks

The senator from Vermont says 40 percent of guns are sold without a background check. That's an old, discredited figure that's been debunked before.

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Fact-checking Trump’s error-filled tweetstorm about the Russia investigation

Here's a guide to the many errant claims made by the president during his tweetstorm about the Russia probe.

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The White House’s spin that its budget reduces the deficit by $3 trillion

White House officials are claiming big budget savings for a plan that sends the deficit soaring. How does that add up? It doesn't.

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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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Vice President Pence’s claim that U.S. spy agencies found no impact from Russian meddling

Pence says U.S. intelligence agencies found no impact from Russian meddling in the 2016 election. But a report from these agencies contradicts him.

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President Trump’s claims that tax cuts sparked major U.S. investments

The president is proud of his tax cuts, but he overstates their effect. We break down the details.

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Fact-checking Nancy Pelosi’s fundraising numbers

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says she raised nearly $48 million for the DCCC. Do the figures add up?

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What’s the immigration status of Melania Trump’s parents?

The White House refuses to explain the immigration status of Melania Trump's parents. Here are some possible answers.

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Video: Trump’s repeated claim the United States has spent $7 trillion in the Middle East

Over and over, Trump says the United States has spent $7 trillion on wars in the Middle East. Saying it is so does not make it so.

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A Pentagon chart misleadingly suggests the U.S. is falling behind in a nuclear arms race

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is citing a chart that nuclear weapons experts say offers a misleading picture of U.S. upgrades.

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