Does the legalization of same-sex marriage make different-sex couples less likely to marry?
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Did the administration suggest Ebola was like AIDS? Did it play down the possibility of direct contact?
Bruce Braley’s average male staffer earns significantly more than the average female staffer, though not as significantly as the ad claims when past years are taken into account.
A closer look at a claim in an ad airing in Iowa that also made it in to the Oct. 16 Senate debate.
A grand unification theory of all conspiracy theories.
Neel Kashkari, the Republican candidate for governor, is running a TV ad that depicts him saving a drowning child and claims Gov. Jerry Brown “betrayed our kids to protect his donors.”
Did U.S. Rep. Dan Maffei, by supporting Obamacare, vote for Medicare cuts?
Any candidate running for statewide office in Kentucky will have to take sides on the ‘war on coal.’ And if they want to win, they usually have to take the side of coal.
Has Bruce Braley "voted lockstep with his party 96% of the time”?
Checking “Fancy,” a 30-second television commercial targeted at Republican congressional hopeful Mariannette Miller-Meeks and paid for by Rep. Dave Loebsack, D-Iowa, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Two highly misleading ads from Republican Evan Jenkins leave the false impression that Rep. Nick Rahall is responsible for higher electric rates and personally profited from his votes in Congress.
A new ad from Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor Leticia Van de Putte goes after her opponent, Republican candidate Dan Patrick, regarding abortion and rape.
A surprisingly persuasive Ebola alert is a hoax.
Without much fanfare, an old, and questionable, pledge returns.
Maine’s three gubernatorial candidates repeated claims they made in the two previous debates and unveiled a few new ones in their first televised debate Wednesday night in Augusta. Here’s how some of their statements stood up to a Portland Press Herald fact check.
Whether education funding in Illinois rose or fell under Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn depends on whose money you're talking about, and during what time period.
“Rock Island Racket” is a 30-second commercial that targets Sen. Mike Jacobs, a Democrat representing Illinois’ 36th District. The ad is paid for by his Republican challenger, Republican Neil Anderson.
Checking a claim by Firefighters in Opposition to Prop. 487.
Can you uproot Obamacare without also uprooting the more popular Kynect?
Sen. Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes disagreed at their Oct. 13 debate on how many Kentuckians had gained health insurance through the state exchange.