Is President Obama is compiling a “secret race database” comprised of “sensitive personal data”?
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Donald Trump distorts the facts in a recent op-ed in which he says Sen. John McCain has "abandoned our veterans" and "failed the state of Arizona and the country."
Gov. John Kasich joins the crowded GOP presidential field today at his alma mater, the Ohio State University.
Has FEMA warned Americans that a catastrophic natural disaster will devastate the Pacific Northwest in 2015?
More fake news passed off as real.
A photo showing a personal car of Mayor A.C. Wharton’ parked in a handicapped parking space is causing an uproar on social media. But, the mayor’s office tells Fox 13 that Wharton’s wife was driving the car at the time and that she has a handicap parking permit.
Is the private prison system "working"?
After stirring up a furor with his dismissive remarks about John McCain's Vietnam war experience, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump went after the Arizona senator's record on veterans' issues, accusing McCain, a former Navy pilot, of abandoning those who served their country in uniform. Here's a look at some of the claims Trump has made about McCain's record and how they compare with the facts.
Several Republican presidential candidates claim that Planned Parenthood is "profiting" from abortions. But the full video they cite shows a Planned Parenthood executive repeatedly saying its clinics want to cover their costs, not make money, when donating fetal tissue from abortions for scientific research.
Blown wildly out of proportion.
It's more complicated than that.
Nope, just more fake news.
Has the U.S. Military Academy at West Point revoked the diplomas of all Confederate soldiers?
Is the city of Seattle forcing local businesses to comply with Sharia law?
Some Americans were puzzled or dismayed by the White House’s not lowering the U.S. flag to half-staff after the Chattanooga shootings.
O'Malley may have made a simple math error when looking at Iowa's wind-power growth, but we give his comment an A.
More hyperbolic claims from The Donald.
No, South Carolina is not banning Tylenol because picking cotton out of the bottle suggests slavery.
It's getting hard to tell the sincere ramblings of concern from the satires of those ramblings.
Is it true that Michelle Obama has instituted a new rule that prohibits the Navy from eating fried food?