Thanks to a Kickstarter grant from our readers, a pair of Washington-based PolitiFact reporters spent five days in New Hampshire in the run-up to the first-in-the-nation primary. Here's what we found.
There’s little question that President Barack Obama has faced a rocky foreign-policy landscape during his tenure. But is he philosophically opposed to having the United States take a leading role in the world? That's a claim Jeb Bush made in New Hampshire recently. We've taken a closer look.
At a recent Republican summit in New Hampshire, Marco Rubio said that "Iran is developing long-range rockets that will at some point in less than a decade be capable of reaching the East Coast of the United States." PolitiFact's national staff looked into how plausible that scenario is.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul made his run for the White House official, becoming the second major candidate to announce, and the second one with Texas roots. Paul is expected back in New Hampshire this week where he has been a frequent visitor to the first-in-the-nation primary state.
The emergence of Ebola in the United States sparked a political and media frenzy, but many of the claims made were far from accurate. Collectively, they are PolitiFact's sixth annual Lie of the Year.
PolitiFact New Hampshire editor Jonathan Van Fleet appeared on New Hampshire Public Radio to discuss some recent fact checks.
Without making it "officially" official, Scott Brown dropped a big clue in the "will-he or won’t-he" guessing game over his potential run for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire. At a GOP conference in Nashua, N.H., Brown announced that he was forming a committee to explore running for the seat held by Democrat Jeanne Shaheen. Both Brown and Shaheen are no strangers to the Truth-o-Meter.