Postal Worker Caught Destroying Absentee Trump Ballots in Major Swing State
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
A Twitter user claimed to be a postal worker who regularly destroys mailed-in Trump votes in Ohio, but the issue appeared to be a joke taken taken too seriously.
The Trump-Pence campaign delivered $29,000 in food and supplies to Hurricane Matthew victims in three North Carolina towns.
Clinton is creating an imaginary Trump here, claiming that Trump didn’t really care about the auto industry.
When journalists write about incidents that occurred long ago, especially serious allegations such as sexual misconduct, a key goal is to find people who will say that they heard about the incident at the time.
Trump’s attack against the Clintons’ involvement with a factory in Haiti has emerged as a new talking point in recent weeks.
A "secretly made Israeli intelligence video recording" supposedly showing "former President Bill Clinton raping a 13-year-old girl" is just more fake news.
A fake news story overstated Republican VP candidate Mike Pence's disagreement with the First Lady's criticism of Donald Trump.
More fake news.
More fake news.
The phone number of a woman who accused Donald Trump of sexually aggressive behavior does not match that of a Clinton Foundation staffer.
A Facebook image incorrectly claims that Hillary Clinton has never issued a political ad touting her own accomplishments.
Hillary Clinton wrongly said that "back in the Great Recession ... Donald Trump said rescuing the auto industry didn't really matter very much. He said ... 'Let it go.' " The "let it go" quote is from 2015, and taken out of context.
Some voters may be misled by a Democratic TV ad that uses fake images, marked “dramatization,” of Republican Rep. David Jolly and Donald Trump shaking hands and appearing together.
Donald Trump falsely claimed that a "criminal alien" released from prison in 2012 and later convicted of murdering a Connecticut woman in 2015 was "set free by [Hillary] Clinton’s watch" when she was secretary of state.
Trump earns an Upside-Down Pinocchio, our rating for unacknowledged flip-flops.
As WikiLeaks released several batches of e-mails in October 2016, partisans claimed they confirmed Hillary Clinton sold weapons to ISIS.
The Republican nominee made several charged claims in his stump speech Tuesday night. Here's a look at some of those claims.
In a statement that has been recently repeated by major news outlets, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, R-Greeley, said that climate change detracts from national security, a statement that disregards formal pronouncements from the Department of Defense.
Donald Trump gave a lengthy speech on Thursday, lashing out at the media, rival Hillary Clinton, the U.S. government, and the financial industry for what he said is widespread conspiracy and corruption. He repeatedly claimed that what he was saying was true and factual, and arguing that his critics were incorrect. But at least four of Trump's key claims were inaccurate.