If you hear any of these Wisconsin-related statements tonight, you'll know whether they're True, Pants on Fire or somewhere in between.
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Each candidate is under fire for their family foundation. We created a side-by-side chart to understand the issues at play.
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump is no stranger to pay-to-play politics.
Donald Trump told CNBC, "I don’t invest in the stock market." But 14 months earlier, his stock holdings and earnings were likely $24 million or more.
From time to time, readers ask what are the biggest whoppers we’ve heard from the candidates for president so far this year. So we decided to take a quick look through the archives.
Pundits ridiculed Trump's comments about his intelligence briefings. Experts piled on, too.
Foreign policy experts are flummoxed by an idea Trump has advocated for years.
We're launching a new weekly video to highlight some of the fact-checks from the presidential campaign trail.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump offered an aggressive 10-point plan Wednesday to crack down on illegal immigration, including the creation of a "deportation task force" and a pledge to deport people living here illegally who are arrested for crimes,
Donald Trump plans to deliver an immigration-focused speech Aug. 31 in Phoenix. While Trump has been consistent about building a wall along the southern border, he has been unclear on mass deportations. Ahead of his speech, PolitiFact collected Trump's varying comments on mass deportations since the beginning of his campaign.
Refugees and illegal immigration are focus of Trump's first national ad of general election.
Donald Trump, stumping in Austin, brought along a fiery record on the PolitiFact Truth-O-Meter.
Is Donald Trump a narcissist? A sociopath? Something worse? Is Hillary Clinton suffering from epilepsy? The aftermath of a stroke? Dementia? Here's what we really know about the health of the two presidential candidates.
Donald Trump drew criticism from some quarters over his reference to "Second Amendment people" and how they can prevent Hillary Clinton from appointing Supreme Court justices. But is it justified? Here's the text and video to make your own judgment.
We hear frequently from our PolitiFact California readers (and from our listeners at Capital Public Radio, where we broadcast our fact checks). From time to time, we plan to share some of those comments in this ‘Mailbag’ feature.
Fitting, it would seem, that in July 2016, when the two major parties nominated their candidates for president, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump topped our most-clicked list.
Trump's proposal to build a border wall
On the economy, Hillary Clinton offers a lot of detail about what she would do as president. Donald Trump offers less, but hits a few issues hard. Here's a rundown of what each candidate says they would do if they win the White House.
Republican nominee Donald Trump named several people allegedly killed by illegal immigrants. We took a closer look at the examples he mentioned.
Trump will likely repeat attacks on Hillary Clinton and his own statements about immigration, refugees, security and the Middle East.