A new ad attacks Democrat Charlie Crist for being a flip-flopper. We sort through the issues and rate each one on our Flip-O-Meter.
Political opponents attacked Attorney General Eric Holder on a regular basis, earning ratings from True to Pants on Fire. On Thursday, Holder said he is stepping down.
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As campaign spending for TV ads tops $50 million in Florida's governor's race, we take a look at the latest attacks.
Political ads citing Medicare have unleashed misleading claims we've seen before. Here's your fact-checking antidote.
We look back at Gov. Rick Scott's time in office and review how he's done on the Scott-O-Meter, where we track and rate his 2010 campaign promises for fulfillment.
We look at promises made on the 2014 campaign trail so far.
South Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz drew national attention for her words about Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker during a roundtable on women's issues in Milwaukee.
What do Rick Scott’s depositions from more than a decade ago have to do with current environmental controversies? Nothing
Tuesday is primary day in Florida, but with the way attacks have been flying between candidates Rick Scott and Charlie Crist, it feels like the general election has already started.