In 103 fact-checks, Sanders has never earned a Pants on Fire rating
Hillary Clinton announced Friday that Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine is her running mate for the presidency. We've looked at 27 of Kaine’s claims on the Truth-O-Meter, and 78 percent have been rated True, Mostly True, or Half True.
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.
We dug through Clinton’s hefty platform and identified 10 campaign promises that we think best define her bid for the presidency.
We look at what Saul Alinsky said about Lucifer.
PolitiFact has fact-checked claims about Hillary Clinton's email controversy since last year. Our PolitiFact Sheet will help you separate what’s real from what’s spin.
At the GOP convention, the mother of a Benghazi victim said Clinton lied about the attacks. We explore the facts.
We compare the candidates' positions on immigration.
Clinton's emails, Petraeus's black books, and one of Trump's favorite analogies
Coverage of the Orlando massacre led our most-popular fact-checks in June.
For a story that broke over Fourth of July weekend, the controversy over an allegedly anti-Semitic image tweeted by Donald Trump attracted quite a lot of attention. In case you weren’t plugged in over the holiday weekend, here’s what you missed.
FBI Director James Comey said the Justice Department should not prosecute Clinton, but he shared findings from the investigation that undermine part of the story Clinton has told for the past year.
Texan Julián Castro is reportedly among Democrats being vetted to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate.
To date, the HUD secretary and former San Antonio mayor has a Half True through True PolitiFact record. We’ve checked nearly a dozen Castro claims.
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.
Our five most-clicked items in May ranged from True to Pants on Fire. Not surprisingly, the latter item topped the list.
The YouTube video has been watched more than 7 million times since January. What does it get right? What does it get wrong?
Fact-checking claims about the Nevada convention chaos
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.
Clinton used her own email address and server while she was secretary of state. Now the FBI is looking into whether security was compromised. Here's what we know so far about the investigation.
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What exactly did Hillary Clinton say about putting coal miners out of work?
NEW: PolitiFact adds some context to Ben Rhodes’ comments in Medium post about the Iran nuclear agreement
PolitiFact Florida: Looking for Jeb Bush's 'pledge' to support Donald Trump
Just two and a half years ago, President Barack Obama was proposing a $9 minimum wage. Now the cutting-edge Democratic proposal is $15. How did this happen, and what does it mean?