The Trump administration has made a lot of claims about gains in the coal industry, but virtually none of them are true.
The president keeps saying the United States doesn't have a trade surplus with any country. That's a Four-Pinocchio claim.
An update on The Fact Checker's year-long project analyzing, categorizing and tracking every false or misleading claim by President Trump.
Sarah Sanders bragged on Twitter about the "booming Trump economy" but most of the upward economic trends began in the Obama-era.
Trump claims West Virginia is sending “clean coal” to China, but in 2015 and 2016 essentially no coal left the state en route to China.
Several Democratic leaders claim the bill offers a tax write off for private jets, but they're blowing the provision way out of proportion.
Trump claims the military budget has been slashed in recent years, but he's forgetting that the U.S. ended two wars overseas.
This economic boast is so mindlessly dumb we can't believe we have to fact check it.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) claims a tax cut on small businesses can help reduce the federal deficit, citing suspect data on revenue
We gauged where senators stand in relation to President Trump on a wide range of controversial issues.