We haven’t studied it, but we think there might be pent-up demand for Pants on Fire.
A reader urged us to check John Cornyn's recent claim about jobs created since the Texas leg of the Keystone XL pipeline began flowing oil.
Cornyn, turns out, was referring to construction jobs that no longer exist.
New rules about normalizing U.S.-Cuba relations set off political claims from Sen. Marco Rubio, U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart and others.
As one of the first acts of the 114th Congress, Republicans are committed to passing a bill that would permit construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Here, we answer some questions you might have about the proposal.
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Before the year disappears from the rear-view mirror, here’s a final PolitiFact Wisconsin look-back at 2014.
The focal point of Wisconsin politics in 2014 was the race for governor.
We published lots of Falses and Pants on Fires this year, but here's a hat-tip to a sampling of claims that earned a full True rating.
A U.S. Senate aspirant charged President Obama will killing four Americans with drone strikes.
We concluded three were not intended targets. And this fact check proved our fifth-most viewed story of 2014.
Our countdown to No. 1 continues.
"Global warming is a hoax" was the falsehood that won our Readers' Choice poll for Lie of the Year. Here's a look back at that fact-check, as well as other 2014 fact-checks on the Keystone XL pipeline, proposed carbon-cutting regulations on power plants, and the polar vortex.
Fact-checking Dick Cheney on the torture report
2014 Lie of the Year: Exaggerations about Ebola
PunditFact editor Aaron Sharockman discusses the Lie of the Year
Fact-checking Jeb Bush, 2016 presidential contender
Did President Obama's November announcement potentially affecting millions of unauthorized residents also create a $3,000-per-immigrant hiring incentive?
PolitiFact in Washington wondered.
In all the criticism against President Barack Obama’s executive action on illegal immigration, there’s one policy unexpectedly caught in the fallout: Obamacare.
• Jeb Bush: ‘Only because I am going to be PolitiFacted’
• Our top 5 fact-checks and reports for November 2014
A look back at our most-clicked work from November.
Paul Brown of TWC News asked us if Barack Obama was accurate about his position not changing on whether he alone can change immigration policies.
* False: "My position hasn’t changed" on using executive authority to address immigration issues.
Net neutrality is back in the news -- following President Barack Obama’s Nov. 10 proposal for "the strongest possible rules to protect net neutrality."
We take note of Republican leaders' goals so we can revisit them in 2016 and see what is accomplished, what falls apart, and where Republicans compromise.
Beer, deficits, businesses, jobs, taxes. A look at our most-clicked items from September.
Democrats love to say that Republicans support tax breaks that promote outsourcing, but that claim is misleading.
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• Our video shows you key elements of PolitiFact's redesign
Ted Cruz invoked PolitiFact's Lie of the Year as a reason Barack Obama isn’t necessarily to be trusted.
Chuck Todd debuted as the new host of Meet the Press, with an interview with President Barack Obama.
Some of our readers' favorite topics in August were presidential vacations, minimum-wage summer jobs, and even President Barack Obama’s summer attire.