Sanders’ statement is misleading, and a simplification of a complex case.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
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.
In an interview with CNN on Tuesday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended her use of a personal email server and her larger record on transparency while running the department between 2009 and 2013. Here is how her statements to CNN’s Brianna Keilar comport with the known facts about her use of a personal email address.
The rant originated elsewhere.
In her first national interview of the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton falsely claimed that "all" Republican presidential candidates "don't want to provide a path to citizenship," and she distorted the facts on her use of private email as secretary of state.
Jeb Bush released more tax returns than any presidential candidate in history. Over 33 years, the former Florida governor's campaign said he paid an average effective tax rate of 36 percent ... depending on how you calculate it.
Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton accuse each other of flip-flopping on immigration — and they’re both right
Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton on Tuesday accused each other of flip-flopping on immigration. Both of them are right.
Several readers asked us to fact-check Trump’s comment, which has drawn outrage from Latino groups and led to breakups with his corporate partners distancing themselves from the inflammatory remarks.
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Did Sen. Dianne Feinstein say that if “individuals are having nightmares and panic attacks about the atrocities they have committed overseas while following orders from a war criminal like former President George Bush, then quite honestly they deserve it”?
As we do every three months, we offer here a fresh update of selected statistical indicators of what has happened since Barack Obama first took the oath of office in January 2009.
This was a seemingly unbelievable figure that turned out to be correct.
Can Seattle sixth graders obtain IUDs without parental consent even though they cannot buy soda at school?
No, it's just confirmation bias.