Donald Trump has floated double-digit tariffs for goods from such countries as China and Mexico. That's quietly worrying a lot of economists, who fear widespread economic repercussions.
One year ago today, Donald Trump descended a gilded escalator into a historic presidential campaign. He continues to make inaccurate statements, and we have spent the past year trying to keep up.
Donald Trump revoked the Washington Post’s press credentials after the newspaper ran an online article titled, "Donald Trump suggests President Obama was involved with Orlando shooting." Trump's comments, in context.
Donald Trump said President Obama should resign for not using the words. Obama hit back, saying using the words is "not a strategy." We delve into this war over words.
Given the best information we have at our disposal today, Trump’s claim is potentially accurate but draws a questionable conclusion.
In Context: What exactly the presumptive GOP presidential nominee said about Gonzalo Curiel being Mexican that has drawn so much condemnation from both the left and right.
Our five most-clicked items in May ranged from True to Pants on Fire. Not surprisingly, the latter item topped the list.
Gov. Rick Scott’s spat with California and claims by and about Donald Trump led our fact-checks in April.
At a contentious press conference, Donald Trump released the list of veterans groups that he and supporters raised money for earlier this year. We looked at the size and ratings of the charity groups.
Priorities USA's ads highlight Trump’s own comments about women, including when he said Fox’s Megyn Kelly had "blood coming out of her wherever," and his statement that women should be punished if they have an abortion.
Experts say Trump's comments don't make a lot of sense and carry risk for the nation's economy.
Fact-checking 2016: This is gonna be messy
What we know about the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails
Has Donald Trump changed his position on a range of issues? Or is his rhetoric merely vague and contradictory? For six issues, at least, we find some of both.
In context: Hillary Clinton’s comments about coal jobs
We looked into Donald Trump's statement that Jeb Bush signed a "binding pledge" to support the Republican nominee. Here's what we found.
April was such a busy month when it came to politics (Wisconsin’s April 5 primary was just the start) that it took us some extra time to sort through our most-clicked items for the month.
The way Donald Trump launched an inaccurate and inflammatory attack on Ted Cruz’s father has become a pattern.
A spat between a Starbucks heckler and Gov. Rick Scott led our fact-checks in April
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took aim at Donald Trump, including on the New York billionaire's foreign policy stance, during his Saturday speech at the California Republican Party Convention. From our initial look, Cruz missed the target a few times, but also scored some hits.
A social media look back at Friday's questionable claims and some protest scenes from the first day at the California Republican Party Convention. Tweets are from @CAPolitiFact and @CapRadioNews.
If ___________ becomes president, I’m moving to ___________! The refrain comes up every four years, no matter who’s running.
PolitiFact California will be fact-checking claims made by presidential candidates Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich at the California Republican Party Convention this week. Follow us @CAPolitiFact for live tweets from the event.