Trump boasts about his impact on NATO, but his evidence was often misleading or just plain wrong.
The internet has been abuzz with rumors about the connections between the president and the retiring supreme court justice's son. Here's what you need to know.
The president made 98 factual claims at a rally. We found that 76 percent were false, misleading or unsupported by evidence.
President Trump's campaign style rally on July 5 was littered with claims that are false, misleading or lack evidence.
Trump has said undocumented immigrants bring crime since his first official day on the campaign trail. Three years later, he still has no proof.
Ivanka Trump oddly cited increases in labor participation among prime-age workers and fewer people on food stamps as proof of a stronger economy.
Here are the 10 fact checks that most captivated — or angered — readers so far in 2018.
Trump boasts about the North Korea nuclear deal almost daily, but many of his claims are exaggerated, misleading or implausible.
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed an agreement on June 12. But Trump's claims about what has happened since then lack evidence.
Democrats are charging hypocrisy by Republicans on considering nominations in election years. But that's just spin.