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An update on The Fact Checker's year-long project analyzing, categorizing and tracking every false or misleading claim by President Trump.
This talking point is backed by data, and earns the coveted Geppetto Checkmark.
This is a common, exaggerated argument made by opponents of abortion rights.
The golf resort was flailing with a nearly $30 million debt to Puerto Ricans even before Trump came along.
The president trotted out some golden oldies for his tax speech. They are still inaccurate.
The head of the presidential voter-fraud panel claims there's proof of voter fraud in New Hampshire during the 2016 elections. That is hardly the case.
There is no new detail in the Sept. 19 CNN report that warrants a change to our original Four-Pinocchio rating.
Growing North Korean threat sparks debate over expanding South Korean draft to women.
New radar images show North Korea's Sept. 3 nuclear test was powerful enough to have changed the topography of the mountain above the tunnel where the test likely took place.
As Trump renews call to terminate Korus, South Koreans stress its mutual benefits.