Republicans offered some rebuttals to President Obama's State of the Union address. We check their facts.
We find John Boehner is right: In the House, Republicans have the lead on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.
Opponents of the health care reform bills in Congress have unleashed a slew of scare words into the debate.
Critics say the bill would lead to taxpayer-subsidized abortions and abortions at school health clinics. We find that's not true.
A Republican Web ad claims stimulus money bought a bridge to a saloon and paid a city worker to find more stimulus money. But we find the ad distorts the facts.
We find the House Republican leader can rightfully claim a pure record on earmarks.
We explore whether the Democratic figure for earmarks is unrealistically low and what exactly President Obama promised during the campaign.
Republican leaders warn the economic stimulus plan would provide billions in funding to such organizations as ACORN. We dig down to see if they are right.