(Meg Kelly/The Washington Post)
Politics
Will the FCC’s net neutrality repeal grind the Internet to a halt?
Senate Democrats warn that we're heading for an Internet dark age without net neutrality rules. But there's scant evidence that user speeds will slow down.
Read More
Up next in Fact Checker
promo
0:45
Will the FCC’s net neutrality repeal grind the Internet to a halt?
promo
1:49
Trump's flip-flop on insurance coverage for pre-existing conditions
promo
2:19
Can President Trump be subpoenaed or indicted? | Fact Checker
promo
1:07
Did more than 4,000 people die in Puerto Rico as a result of Hurricane Maria? | Fact Checker
promo
1:36
Fact Checker | What you need to know about the 1,500 'lost children'
promo
5:09
The ‘scandals’ and progress of the Russia probe
promo
2:12
Fact Checker | Has Trump talked to the media more than Obama?
promo
1:22
Fact Checker | Has the administration obtained $2 billion for 'school safety'?
promo
6:32
'What happened to the tapes?' Gina Haspel’s role in destroying evidence of the CIA’s torture program
promo
3:23
Unraveling President Trump's top 5 claims | The Fact Checker
promo
1:01
Fact Checker | What's the story with Mitch McConnell and cocaine?
promo
1:29
Fact Checker | Did James Comey leak classified information?
promo
0:58
Do countries that punish drug offenses by death not have ‘much of a drug problem?’
promo
0:50
Fact Check: Was the Obama stimulus ‘all spending’?
promo
1:58
President Trump’s claim that James Comey ‘lied in Congress to Senator G’
promo
0:43
Fact Check: Are jails filled with people who only possessed small amounts of pot?
promo
1:19
4 fact checks from Mark Zuckerberg's testimony
promo
0:45
Fact Check: Has construction of Trump's border wall started?
promo
1:25
Fact Check: A short history of 'catch and release'
promo
2:00
Fact-checking President Trump's gripes with Amazon
promo
1:14
Fact Check: A look at Trump's Mexico City Policy a year in