Unemployed people and no job growth -- the Truth-O-Meter ruled this weekend on claims about these topics.
Articles from November, 2011
The latest ruling from the Truth-O-Meter reveals that it costs more to produce pennies and nickels than the value of the coins themselves.
Find yourself sitting beside a relative who has sent you lots of chain e-mails? Here's our guide on what to say. Stash it under the green bean casserole until you need it.
Truth-O-Meter covers the full rulings spectrum with a False and True for 2 GOP lawmakers.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski, chairman of the New Jersey Democratic Party, wrote a letter to The Star-Ledger, taking "vehement exception" to PolitiFact New Jersey's "False" ruling on his comments about Gov. Chris Christie
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen wrongly applies a statistic about business income and its potential impact on small businesses.
With unofficial election results in, PolitiFact New Jersey revisits three races where campaign ads were put to the Truth-O-Meter.
We offer a recap of weekend rulings from the Truth-O-Meter and in the spirit of Election Day today, look back at election-themed rulings on New Jersey political ads and statements.
The Truth-O-Meter this weekend found that former Gov. James E. McGreevey did not end pay-to-play on county and state contracts as he claims, and Senate President Stephen Sweeney isn't to blame for New Jersey's income tax rates. And with a week to go before Election Day, review our Truth-O-Meter tallies on political ads circulating around the state.