The most recent articles on PolitiFact Florida
Florida delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland kicked off their quadrennial confab with a breakfast featuring four speakers. PolitiFact took a look at some of their talking points.
Coverage of the Orlando massacre led our most-popular fact-checks in June.
A PAC supporting Marco Rubio says that Patrick Murphy has distorted his business record and educational background. We sort out the facts.
Florida’s requests for federal assistance in emergencies and disasters are denied much more than the national average.
An interview in Orlando between CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on June 14 has gone viral, due to Cooper’s aggressive questioning about her record on gay and lesbian issues. It also sparked a charges and counter-charges from Cooper and Bondi. We investigate them here.
The largest mass shooting in U.S. history is certain to spur more discussion about the balance between gun rights and gun restrictions. Here are some of the key points about guns that have been made over the years. The facts about gay men and blood donation in Orlando
Florida medical organizations have asked for blood donations in the wake of a tragic shooting at an Orlando gay club, but it's difficult for gay men to donate under FDA rules. Here are seven things to know about guns and gun violence after Orlando.
Gov. Rick Scott’s spat with California and claims by and about Donald Trump led our fact-checks in April.
We put several statements from hopefuls looking to fill Marco Rubio’s seat to the Truth-O-Meter test.
We looked into Donald Trump's statement that Jeb Bush signed a "binding pledge" to support the Republican nominee. Here's what we found.
A spat between a Starbucks heckler and Gov. Rick Scott led our fact-checks in April
The Republican and Democrat congressmen ignore their primary opponents to face each other as they vie for Marco Rubio’s Senate seat.
The Republican frontrunner and his campaign manager have made a series of false claims about primary contests being stacked against them.
Gov. Rick Scott tried to get a cup of coffee from one of his favorite spots, Starbucks, on Tuesday in Gainesville. He got a jolt, all right. A community activist let him have it over cuts to health care under his reign.
Florida’s presidential primary as well as U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz fueled the Truth-O-Meter.