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Harris, Warren ignore DOJ report to claim Michael Brown was ‘murdered’

The Obama Justice Department found “no credible evidence" that the police officer willfully shot Brown "as he was attempting to surrender or was otherwise not posing a threat."

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President Trump has made 12,019 false or misleading claims over 928 days

The president has topped 12,000 in our database of false and misleading claims, adding about 20 a day in the past two months.

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Bill de Blasio’s flimsy defense in the Eric Garner case

De Blasio blamed the federal government for a years-long delay in disciplinary proceedings for the police officer who choked Eric Garner. But this defense doesn't add up.

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Booker’s claim that Democrats lost Michigan because of Russian and GOP suppression

The senator from New Jersey made a bold claim that suppression of African American votes by Russia and the GOP tipped Michigan into Trump's victory column.

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Rubio cries ‘racist’ after being duped by a misleading tweet and video

A 2018 interview with Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) was distorted, and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) fell for the faux outrage.

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Is Trump cutting Medicare to give tax breaks to billionaires?

A new Democratic attack ad offers this Four Pinocchio whopper.

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Trump falsely claims he tried to stop ‘Send her back!’ chants about Rep. Ilhan Omar

Trump was the first to say Omar should go back to her country. At the rally, he waited 13 seconds for the chants to die down. Then he kept talking about Omar.

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President Trump accuses Rep. Omar of supporting al-Qaeda

With no evidence, Trump accused the Muslim member of Congress of backing a terrorist group, but he twisted and falsely characterized her remarks.

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Kellyanne Conway’s flushable claims about the census citizenship question

President Trump's counselor got a lot wrong during a Fox News interview.

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Would Medicare-for-all mean hospitals for none?

John Delaney's claim is a good case study in how a snappy talking point can stray far from reality, especially when it comes to a complex policy issue such as health care.

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