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Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Hillary Clinton says "most charter schools … don't take the hardest-to-teach kids. Or if they do, they don't keep them." But her campaign could not provide evidence for such a sweeping claim.
At this point, Clinton’s story is worthy of Two Pinocchios, subject to change if more information becomes available.
Donald Trump implied he had met Russian President Vladimir Putin while taping an episode of "60 Minutes." The two were interviewed separately, in different countries. Carly Fiorina said she met Putin "in a private meeting." It was before a conference.
Eight Republican presidential candidates. The fourth debate. Here's POLITICO's analysis of where the Republican field stretched the truth, steered around some inconvenient facts, or just plain got it wrong.
You'd think from the latest Republican presidential debate that Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina have special insights into what makes Russian Vladimir Putin tick because the candidates have been up close and personal with the Kremlin's man himself. Not so much.
No, President Obama isn't sending us all $2,350 tax rebate checks in November.
Sen. Rand Paul claimed that "income inequality seems to be the worst" in the cities and states "run by Democrats." Paul is right about the cities, but not states. More important, there's no evidence of a link between Democratic control and income inequality.
Tuesday night's Republican debate focused on economic issues. NPR reporters look at candidate claims about business creation, the minimum wage, trade and the length of the tax code.
The fourth Republican presidential debate featured fewer candidates, but no shortage of factual missteps.
The Republican candidates for president gathered in Milwaukee for their fourth debate Tuesday, and CNN's Reality Check team spent the night putting their statements and assertions to the test.
The fourth Republican presidential debate was thick on economic policy — and with that came a variety of flubs and funny numbers.
We fact checked the candidates in the Republican debate in Milwaukee.
Not every candidate uttered facts that are easily fact checked, but following is a list of 15 suspicious or interesting claims.
GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio did not say rape victims belong in custody if it's suspected they're considering abortions.
As Bernie Sanders prepares for the Iowa Caucuses, he's releasing a $2 million ad campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire. The new ad began airing last week. It showcases Sanders as a successful mayor, representative, and senator determined to fight for lower and middle class Americans. News 8 put Sanders to the test.
His misstating of wait-time manipulation figures is akin to bragging to P&G shareholders about the earnings for Crest toothpaste — without mentioning that fact that you are also including the earnings for Scope mouthwash and Vicks cough and cold products. It’s simply false and misleading.
The Democratic presidential candidates were interviewed by MSNBC's Rachel Maddow in a Nov. 6 forum. And they stretched the facts on a few topics.