Nope, the photo is doctored.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Oh please. Of course not.
Will Arizona's state government spend less in fiscal 2016 than in fiscal 2015?
Two of Gov. Bobby Jindal’s (R) most common talking points are his anti-tax mantra and his record on cutting Louisiana taxes. In a recent TV interview, Jindal was asked about the tax and fee increases approved in the most recent budget. Yet the presidential hopeful responded that he actually gave a tax credit, which amounted to a tax cut. What is going on? Did Jindal really enact an overall tax cut?
Is she targeting the three Republicans she sees as most likely to succeed in winning the party's nomination?
Is it correct that U.S. drone strikes have killed at least five Americans since 2002?
The North Carolina Republican Party used a news conference in Winston-Salem Monday morning to spotlight what party leaders say is an unseemly connection between labor unions and the "Moral Monday" movement.
No, it's a misconstrual of a legitimate bill.
Nope, just more fake news.
Did the Memphis City Council vote to move the remains of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife from a park in Memphis?
Democrats and Republicans have their own narratives of U.S. economic history.
Under the Affordable Care Act, millions of the uninsured have gained Medicaid coverage. But is Medicaid good for their health, bad for their health, or does it make no difference from being uninsured? All three claims found a political champion recently.
Sanders’ statement is misleading, and a simplification of a complex case.
Pouncing on controversial comments about Mexican immigrants by Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton said in an interview with CNN on Tuesday that the ideological space between Trump and Jeb Bush on the issue of immigration was small.
Credible reports confirm it.
His claim to be "training ISIL" was a slip of the tongue, nothing more.
Sen. Ted Cruz claims that Hispanic unemployment and Hispanic teen unemployment have gone up under President Obama. But Hispanic unemployment is lower now than when Obama took office.
A Republican congressman says the Environmental Protection Agency wants "to stop you and I from grilling," and he has proposed legislation that would prohibit federal regulation of backyard barbecues.
With her very careful language, Clinton skirts some of the important issues concerning her private e-mail account.
Rick Perry, who was Texas governor from 2000-2015, said the nation's second-best graduation rates bolstered Texas's work force, which in turn attracted new businesses and fueled a vibrant economy.