This is a fight over a single word—“force.”
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Is the District of Columbia leaving more than $100 million in affordable housing resources unused as city real estate prices skyrocket?
A 24-hour strike happened, and Ebola was one of the issues raised, though not the only one.
It's theoretically possible but "way down the list" of concerns given its minimal likelihood.
Sen. Mark Begich makes the bogus claim in two ads that he "voted against President Obama's trillion-dollar tax increase." He voted against a GOP resolution that set forth Obama's spending levels for fiscal year 2013 but without the president's policy language.
Amid a flurry of arguments at Wednesday night’s congressional debate, The Bee did the fact-checking and analyzed the claims.
A closer look at prison time in Nebraska.
Just because something is on the Internet doesn’t mean it’s true. As a lawmaker, Arkansas Rep. Tom Cotton needs to be careful about making inflammatory statements based on such flimsy evidence.
Proponents of Proposition 46 are up with another TV ad, this one featuring Bob Pack, a Bay Area man behind the measure whose two children were killed by a driver high on prescription drugs.
The coalition trying to stop the rate-regulation initiative on the Nov. 4 ballot has gone up with another TV ad, this one focusing on small-business owners. Proposition 45 would require the state’s elected insurance commissioner to sign off on health insurance rate changes.
Problems past and present in the state child welfare system have suddenly become the main flashpoint in the Massachusetts governor’s race.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican state House Speaker Thom Tillis squared off in the second of three scheduled debates in the U.S. Senate race Tuesday night, and just as with their first encounter the pair kept fact checkers busy.
Larry Hogan, Maryland’s Republican nominee for governor, said during a televised debate on Tuesday that the state’s No. 1 crime problem is heroin — and that the administration of Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) “has done nothing and hasn’t taken action.” Is that correct?
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown (D) repeatedly said during a gubernatorial debate Tuesday that his Republican opponent, Larry Hogan, would cut $450 million from school construction funding if elected governor. Is that correct?
Two new ads by GOP-leaning Crossroads GPS slam Kentucky Democratic Senate nominee Alison Lundergan Grimes with a similar theme — that Obama “vowed” to bankrupt the coal industry. This made us wonder: When did the president make such a statement?
Fact checking the North Carolina Senate debate.
What's the truth about school funding under Gov. Snyder?
In an interesting twist, Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell is under fire from his Democratic opponent, Alison Lundergan Grimes, for "personally" taking "$600,000 from anti-coal groups."
Democratic TV ads in Iowa have repeatedly misrepresented Republican Joni Ernst’s position on Social Security, claiming she “would privatize Social Security" or that she has “proposed privatizing Social Security.”
In their nasty Senate battle, Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell (R) and challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes have frequently traded charges over who is a bigger supporter of Kentucky’s beleaguered coal industry. This particular ad starts as a response to a McConnell ad which claimed that Grimes “takes money from people who want to destroy coal.”