Ryan's statement is based on assumptions that are too uncertain, and lack context.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
A look back at fact-checking the 44th president of the United States.
President-elect Donald Trump has made job creation one of his signature issues, setting off a flurry of corporate pledges to hire more workers. But not every job-growth announcement stacks up.
A racist jibe purportedly directed at civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis by Trump transition team member Rep. Chris Collins was fabricated by a fake news web site.
While several ads were placed for paid protesters in January 2017, the group reportedly behind the campaign may not be telling the truth about their intentions.
According to social media rumors, House Speaker Paul Ryan is not allowing any calls or faxes to reach his offices.
Rep. John Lewis said he will boycott President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, claiming it will be the first time he has missed a presidential inauguration since joining Congress 30 years ago. In fact, Lewis also skipped George W. Bush’s 2001 inauguration in protest.
Reports that President Obama made millions off of royalties from trademarking the word 'Obamacare' are fake news.
A passage purportedly taken from Donald Trump's 1987 book "The Art of the Deal' advocates not washing hands after using the restroom as a "power play."
Trump packed a lot into those 140-odd characters. Most of it was wrong.
How is an intelligent voter supposed to understand the competing claims? Let’s explain what’s going on here.
With the fate of the Affordable Care Act hanging in the balance, the rhetorical warfare is only going to get worse.
Reports that the President-elect had begun cancelling press credentials for major news outlets originated from a hoax news web site.
A story widely shared online that claims President Barack Obama's mother-in-law will receive a lifetime government pension is false.
A quote about 'Mexican Muslims' attributed to former Alaska governor Sarah Palin was fabricated by a satirical site.
While a law firm working with Donald Trump was named "Russian Law Firm of the Year," this is not as unusual or alarming as some have made it out to be.
Reporters weren't allowed to examine stacks of files presented at a press conference by Donald Trump as evidence he was turning his businesses over to his sons.
Welcome to the second edition of Fact Checker’s series examining what the incoming president got wrong on Twitter in a given week. Here’s a round-up of 10 dubious tweets from President-elect Donald Trump from the past week.
President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday held his first news conference since winning the election, and CNN's Reality Check Team vetted his statements. The team of reporters, researchers and editors across CNN listened throughout the event and analyzed key statements, rating them true, misleading or false.
Reporters from The New York Times fact checked President-elect Donald J. Trump’s news conference in real time. Here are the highlights.