Amy Sherman is a reporter for the Miami Herald.
The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Amy Sherman
The Miami Dolphins "are the only NFL team in the entire nation that pays property taxes."
Ché Guevara "wrote extensively about the superiority of white Europeans over people of African descent."
A proposed bill in the Florida Legislature "would authorize the public hoarding of cats by feral cat activists."
Recent stories from Amy ShermanOur latest tally of Rick Scott's campaign promises
How did Scott's promises fare during this year's legislative session? We pulled out our Scott-O-Meter.Fact-checking more claims about the sequester
Broad-based cuts to the federal budget are starting to have an impact on states and cities. We look at our latest round of fact-checks on the cuts known as sequestration.Fact-checking more claims about the sequester
Broad-based cuts to the federal budget are starting to have an impact on states and cities. We look at our latest round of fact-checks on the cuts known as sequestration.PolitiFact Florida tackles claims about Miami Dolphins stadium
The Miami Dolphins are asking for public help to finance a major stadium renovation. We check the facts.Sen. Marco Rubio is in the news and on the Meter
We fact-check statements by the Florida senator on immigration and Ché Guevara.Jeb Bush’s story of the mom who inspired him to help the disabled
At CPAC, the former governor said conservatives should make personal connections and help people. To illustrate the point, he told the story of a mother he met on the campaign trail. We checked into the facts behind the story.Jeb Bush’s story of the mom who inspired him to help the disabled
At CPAC, Bush told a brief anecdote about how conservatives should make personal connections and help people. Here's the rest of the story.Email fabricates foreign students getting a free ride
We flunk a chain email that claims foreign students get Pell grants, gas cards and child care before they head back home. Fact-checking Florida at CPAC
What did Florida's conservatives have to say at their annual gathering? We check the facts.Florida goes to CPAC
It’s the regular gathering of conservatives from around the country. Florida will be well represented, and we’ll be checking the facts.
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