Here’s an early gift for you this holiday season: Our five most popular articles from November.
• Yes, Donald Trump, Chevys are a rare sight in Japan, but why?
• Mailbag: Readers call out our recent turkeys
Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Martin O'Malley squared off Saturday night in Iowa. See our latest fact-checks from the CBS Democratic presidential debate.
The remaining three candidates for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination will appear in their second debate Saturday, just a week after the latest debate among the GOP contenders.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will take the stage in Iowa at 9 p.m., and the debate will air live on CBS and its radio affiliates.
Click on the headline to see a sampling of fact-checks on those candidates.
One year out from the 2016 presidential election, the campaigns are keeping us fact-checkers busy. Take a look at our five most-read PolitiFact items from October.
• Introducing PolitiFact California
• Fact-checking the GOP debate on CNBC
Some older items got new attention from PolitiFact readers in October.
We take a look at the Vermont senator's unique White House pitch.
• Fact-checking the first Democratic presidential debate
The Democrats seeking to succeed Barack Obama went at it Tuesday in Las Vegas.
PolitiFact reviews their factual claims.
PolitiFact digs into how Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and the gang have fared so far on the Truth-O-Meter.
The Democratics take the debate stage Oct. 13, 2015. Here's how Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and the gang have done so far on the Truth-O-Meter.
FOLLOW OUR LIVE FACT-CHECKING OF THE FIRST DEBATE STARTING AT 8:30 P.M.
The graphic includes 12 claims, which range from basically accurate to highly misleading.
On this Labor Day, we’re taking a look back at some of our recent fact-checks about the labor market and employment statistics.
Readers asked if we were accurately describing Bernie Sanders as a socialist, so we dug into the term and its background.
• 10 years after Katrina, a look at President Obama's campaign promises
• The week in fact-checks (video)
As the race for the 2016 presidential nominations heats up, PolitiFact Georgia is taking time to remind readers of our fact-checks from the candidates.
Each week, we alternate between the large Republican field and the relatively small Democratic offering. Today, we look at our checks on claims made by U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, an independent who is making waves in the Democratic race.
As Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders speak at the National Urban League conference in Fort Lauderdale, we look at some of our fact-checks of the 2016 presidential candidates’ comments on the black community.
Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders recently revived one of his old talking points about middle-class income stagnation. Sanders doesn't make the claim anymore, but it was interesting enough for us to take a deeper look at whether it's accurate.
Listeners were surprised to hear public radio host Diane Rehm ask Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders whether he was a dual citizen of the United States and Israel.
With Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to announce soon that he’s running for president in 2016, we thought we’d take a look back at his record on the Truth-O-Meter.
• In Context: What Baltimore's mayor said about space for rioters
• Jeb Bush's questionable attack on Barack Obama and the use of U.S. power
• Fact-checking the April 26 shows, 'Clinton Cash'
Bernie Sanders, the Independent senator from Vermont mulling a run for president, told an Austin crowd a lot of Americans have very little saved for a rainy day.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders keeps tweeting about the wealth gap.
Folks must be feeling goodwill toward their fellow man this holiday season.
Last week, AJC PolitiFact Georgia experienced an outbreak of truthiness.
Washington lawmakers found some accurate things to say about federal programs on the homeless and President Barack Obama's proposed tax compromise that just worked its way through Congress.
We also uncovered some truths about Georgia public higher education and our beloved Atlanta Braves.
We're shocked. And relieved.
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Critics on both sides of the political aisle criticize the estate tax estate tax portion of the compromise plan on taxes. We check one from each side.