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The zombie claim that won’t die: The media exposed bin Laden’s phone.

Hey, we debunked this back in 2005.

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The facts missing from Trump and Putin’s news conference

The two presidents omitted key facts while answering questions about Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. election.

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Many fact checks later, President Trump is (still) botching NATO spending

Trump boasts about his impact on NATO, but his evidence was often misleading or just plain wrong.

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Trump falsely claims Obama gave citizenship to 2,500 Iranians during nuclear deal talks

Trump tweeted a wild and unverified accusation that appears to have originated with an Iranian politician.

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President Trump’s exaggerated claims about the North Korea deal

Trump boasts about the North Korea nuclear deal almost daily, but many of his claims are exaggerated, misleading or implausible.

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Fact-checking President Trump’s claims about the North Korea deal

President Trump views his diplomacy as a great triumph. We check his facts and claims.

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CIA director nominee Haspel and the destruction of interrogation tapes: Contradictions and questions

The nominee for CIA director insists she did not realize the tapes would be destroyed. But questions and contradictions linger.

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Fact-checking President Trump’s reasons for leaving the Iran nuclear deal

The president heaped criticism on the Iran deal, but his claims don't tell the whole story.

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Trump’s claim that Iran could build nuclear weapons in seven years

The president was off-target when he said Iran could build nuclear weapons in seven years despite a range of restrictions.

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Video: Were Bush’s ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ derived from military training?

This video fact check offers a guide to the debate over whether “enhanced interrogation techniques” led to Osama bin Laden

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