Rick Santorum made two false claims regarding the scientific consensus on climate change in an interview with HBO's Bill Maher.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León was promoting his new climate bill in a TV interview Monday when he was asked why lawmakers should grant authority to the California Air Resources Board – an unelected body – to decide how to implement provisions of the legislation, including reducing petroleum use in California.
This is a commonly cited statistic in the media and among politicians when discussing the sex trade involving children under the age of 18.
Once again, fake news.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican candidate for president, strained the facts when he compared his state's economic performance with that of the United States.
The Iran deal does restrict the U.S.’ ability to impose certain sanctions.
It's not nearly as easy (or as legal) to fleece the government as this widely shared post suggests.
No it doesn't, regardless of what a meme says.
Government is evil. Or maybe the truth is more nuanced.
Checking Arizona's House Democratic Leader.
Did President Obama blame Virginia shooter Vester Lee Flanagan’s actions on “white privilege”?
Did Ben Carson say slavery was the “best thing that could have happened” to blacks? No.
For years, Democrats have been twisting Republicans' positions to claim they want to "privatize" Social Security. The latest distortion: DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz claimed Jeb Bush supported his brother's plan that would put "Americans at risk of losing their retirement savings."
No -- a photo of the U.S.-Mexico border wall falsely attributed to a different international border.
No, Joe Biden did not say that the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor.
According to one anonymous source -- and no one else.
Let’s examine whether so many “violent criminal illegal aliens” are being released every year as a result of administration policies.
There was an election in 1932 — but Hitler lost.
Donald Trump's recent press conference garnered a lot of media attention for his put downs of two high-profile journalists, but he didn't treat the facts much better.
Sen. Marco Rubio described a hypothetical Detroit business owner with 10 employees as facing higher costs under the Affordable Care Act, saying the man was considering moving one employee to part time to "save ... a significant amount under Obamacare."