This figure should be treated with caution until the Justice Department produces an updated estimate.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Is Arizona's fiscal 2016 budget, passed by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Doug Ducey, a reason why Moody's Investors Service upgraded Arizona's credit rating?
No, a ridiculous charge.
It's an odd news-satire hybrid.
Two of Hillary Clinton's high-profile surrogates made false and misleading claims on the Sunday talk shows the day after she officially kicked off her campaign.
Carson's right about the country's high ratio of debt to GDP, but his dire predictions about the impact of that ratio exaggerate the findings of research and overstate the consensus among economists on the issue.
Nope, just more misunderstood satire.
Was there such a gap in Commerce leadership that it was left to Clinton to conduct the administration’s economic diplomacy?
Sen. Ted Cruz has criticized President Obama and the White House for not mentioning how religious discrimination fueled terrorist attacks in Paris and Egypt this year. But to make his point, Cruz focuses on certain remarks and ignores others.
It is time for Republican and Democratic candidates to fine-tune this talking point
Checking the claim that "Arizona's never had clear-cutting; we've always managed our forests in a good way."
She didn't say what a social media meme claims she said.
Did the Southern Poverty Law Center declare the Fox News Channel a hate group? Nope, just more fake news.
Chris Christie repeatedly has said that U.S. corporations are taxed twice on income earned abroad, claiming in one speech that IRS officials “don’t recognize the tax that you paid to a foreign country." That’s false.
President Barack Obama made misleading and exaggerated claims in a speech boasting of the accomplishments of the Affordable Care Act.
The Four-Pinocchio claim that ‘on average, girls first become victims of sex trafficking at 13 years old’
Because sex trafficking is considered horrific, politicians appear willing to cite the flimsiest and most poorly researched statistics — and the media is content to treat the claims as solid facts.
In declaring his second bid for the presidency, Perry touted one of his favorite talking points: job growth in Texas. Perry, the state’s governor from 2000 to 2015, frequently makes references to the state’s economic accomplishments, and this topic likely will be repeated through the campaign.
Republicans are hammering on a sore spot in the Obama economy: part-time jobs.
Democrat Jim Webb and Republican Rick Santorum got the facts wrong recently when recalling the details of past and present campaigns.
How does the budget signed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey affect university funding on a per-student basis?