No, Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., didn't question why dinosaur bones aren't dirty if they've been buried for millions of years.
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Since their controversial endorsement of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, leaders of the largest teachers' union in Connecticut have portrayed the governor as the defender of what teachers worry about most: the future of their pensions.
The election is a week away and depending on which TV ads they watch, voters are either told that Gov. Rick Snyder cut education funding by $1 billion or that he increased it by the same amount.
Looking at whether Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., has voted for a budget during her two years in Congress.
The state Republican Committee has sent out a campaign mailer attacking Democratic candidate Carrie Woerner for “lying” in her 113th Assembly District campaign against Republican Steve Stallmer. Is that correct?
Rep. Bruce Braley (D), who is running to fill an open Senate seat in Iowa, said during a debate with his opponent Joni Ernst (R) that he had never met Bloomberg, even though Bloomberg is featured in NRA ads attacking Braley. With phrases like “he can’t stick to the truth,” the NRA all but calls Rep. Bruce Braley a liar in this advertisement. What’s going on here?
With nine days to go until Election Day, the charges and counter-charges continue to fly in the neck-and-neck battle between GOP Rep. Michael Grimm (R-Staten Island/Brooklyn) and Democratic challenger Domenic M. Recchia Jr.
Was a Marine banned from his daughter's school because he objected to a homework assignment about Islam?
Did Florida Gov. Rick Scott adopt a dog during his campaign and return it once he was elected?
A committee backed by trial lawyers, environmentalists and nurses has sent out a mailer to voters in the 6th Senate District that blasts Assemblyman Richard Pan for taking taxpayer money to cover his living expenses at a second home when Pan ran for an Assembly seat on the south side of Sacramento while maintaining his family house in Natomas.
Defending Main Street SuperPac, an outside group spending money to support Rep. Doug Ose’s campaign against freshman Rep. Ami Bera, has produced a door hanger carrying deceptive messages about the incumbent’s position on water and his decade-old title while working for Sacramento County.
Is Flagstaff squandering a potential source of water? Mayoral candidate Jamey Hasapis thinks it might be.
Is Thom Tillis making a political U-Turn on Medicaid?
Veterans' issues have become a key point of debate in the race to represent the 9th Congressional District, which encompasses Tempe and Ahwatukee and parts of Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler and south Phoenix.
Checking an ad in the hot Iowa Senate race.
Have Kenyan authorities released papers confirming President Barack Obama's birth in that country? Nope, more satire passed off as news.
Should there be a statute of limitations on certain votes?
Nina Turner's first ad in her bid to unseat Secretary of State Jon Husted aims to draw contrasts between her and the Republican incumbent.
With spending and spin running high in the contentious race for New York's 23rd Congressional District, a fact check of candidates' gun control discussion from Thursday's debate found at least a couple of stray shots.
A Republican TV ad says Senate candidate Rick Weiland is going across South Dakota saying “he’s one of us" when "Weiland supports higher payroll taxes.” Not for all, he doesn't.