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Wilbur Ross’s false claim to Congress that the census citizenship question was DOJ’s idea

The commerce secretary said the Justice Department asked him to change the census. But newly released emails show Ross was the driving force.

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No, HHS Secretary Azar did not say ‘zero tolerance’ children received a ‘great act of American generosity’

An attack ad by an abortion-rights group cites HHS Secretary's Alex Azar's quote out of context.

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Fact-checking President Trump’s numbers on the ‘human toll of illegal immigration’

Trump has said undocumented immigrants bring crime since his first official day on the campaign trail. Three years later, he still has no proof.

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President Trump’s misconceptions about immigration courts and law

Trump gave a distorted picture of U.S. laws and immigration courts in his latest volley of tweets.

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Fact-checking claims about Trump’s plan to stop family separations

President Trump signed an executive order meant to stop family separations, and the roll-out featured plenty of spin.

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President Trump’s claim that crime is up in Germany

Trump says migrants are bringing crime to Germany, but his numbers don't add up.

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The facts about Trump’s policy of separating families at the border

In Orwellian fashion, the Trump administration repeatedly claims its own policy doesn't exist or was written by others.

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Recidivism Watch: Trump administration again blames others for its own family separation policy

Trump and his advisers keep saying the law forces them to separate immigrant families at the border. No law requires this.

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Jeff Merkley’s claims about immigrant children in ‘cages,’ access to a Texas shelter

Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) said hundreds of immigrant children are locked up in cages in Texas. We investigated.

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Fact-checking immigration spin on separating families and 1,500 ‘lost’ children

Separating immigrant families is a Trump administration policy, not a Democratic one as the president says. And 1,500 kids were not “lost."

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