An international comparison of school lunches is taken out of context.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Sarah Palin took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference to a standing ovation and delivered an impassioned speech about taking care of veterans. But one of the statistics she cited was problematic.
Ben Carson’s supporters are distributing a leaflet on him at CPAC that includes a quote falsely attributed to the French political thinker Alexis de Tocqueville.
Vice President Joe Biden resurrected years-old, Democratic talking points on the Affordable Care Act and U.S. oil production during a recent speech in New Hampshire.
Does the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms plan to ban "green tip" ammunition due to executive action by President Obama?
Actually, the money in question doesn’t go back to the Treasury—or to taxpayers.
A pair of quotes underscore the gaps in federal drug scheduling policies and rulemaking.
Did Rep. Joe Barton say that "wind is a finite resource and harnessing it would slow the winds down, which would cause the temperature to go up"?
Like most Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives, Rep. Jim Jordan of Champaign County is no fan of the Affordable Care Act. And like most Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives, he has voted dozens of times to repeal provisions of the health insurance law he calls "Obamacare."
Is President Barack Obama taking over the Internet? Not by a long stretch, but that's not stopping political banter in the "net neutrality" debate.
Checking the claim that President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were criminally charged by Egyptian courts with aiding and abetting terrorists.
Our inbox started flowing with e-mails from outraged residents of Montana shortly after Montana Public Radio ran an interview in which Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) asserted that “every logging sale” in the state was “under litigation.”
The debate over funding the Department of Homeland Security is ramping up as lawmakers near a deadline to work through the gridlock.
This may seem like an old quote but it’s one that continues to resonate, as this paper (written by a one-time economist at the Justice Department) is frequently cited by advocates of direct sales of automobiles to consumers.
A look at Common Core in Arizona.
Nope, just more fake news.
Did a lawmaker actually fight in combat? And what are the criteria to qualify as a “combat veteran”?
Does former Mayor Giuliani not listen to Obama’s speeches?
No, just more fake news passed off as real.
On Feb.19, 2015, President Barack Obama announced an initiative enabling American schoolchildren to visit National Parks for free.