Saturday, July 4th, 2015

Hillary Clinton's file

Clinton

Democrat from New York

Hillary Clinton is a candidate running for president of the United States in 2016. She served as U.S. Secretary of State during the first four years of the Obama administration. She is formerly a U.S. senator from New York, first elected in 2000. She was a candidate for president in 2008. She previously served as first lady when her husband, Bill Clinton, served two terms as president. She was born in Chicago in 1947, graduated from Wellesley College and earned a law degree at Yale Law School. She and her husband have one daughter.

Clinton's statements by ruling

Click on the ruling to see all of Clinton's statements for that ruling.

  • True36 (%)(36)
  • Mostly True20 (%)(20)
  • Half True23 (%)(23)
  • Mostly False18 (%)(18)
  • False11 (%)(11)
  • Pants on Fire2 (%)(2)

Hillary Clinton's website

Recent statements involving Hillary Clinton

Recent stories featuring Hillary Clinton

Our June High Five: Readers ran to Walker items

Claims surrounding Gov. Scott Walker, a top GOP presidential contender, once again dominated the High Five for June.

Back to the 1990s: Fact-checking Whitewater

Bill Clinton recently said Hillary Clinton was cleared in the Whitewater investigations during his presidency, and the same thing would happen with more recent controversies. We looked back to see if he was portraying the history of Whitewater accurately.

 

Bobby Jindal on the Truth-O-Meter

• Deflategate and the limits of science

• Fact-checking the South Carolina Confederate battle flag controversy

Hillary Clinton's Truth-O-Meter record

Hillary Clinton will host a kick-off rally for her campaign in New York City June 12. Here are some highlights from the more than 100 Clinton fact-checks we've done so far.

 

PunditFact: The backstory behind Diane Rehm's question to Bernie Sanders on dual Israeli citizenship

Fact-checking Hillary Clinton on voting rights

Hillary Clinton chose her words carefully in characterizing the actions of Republican governors -- and potential presidential candidates -- on how they handled voting legislation in their states, including Texas.

Fact-checking Hillary Clinton on voting rights

Hillary Clinton chose her words carefully in characterizing the actions of Republican governors -- and potential presidential candidates -- on how they handled voting legislation in their states.