We examine Sarah Palin's claims on the Reagan recession, cap and trade and the McCain tactics on ACORN.
Sean Hannity says it's possible to game the system with the used car program. We examine the facts to see if it's possible.
Sen. John McCain contends President Barack Obama has more czars than the Romanovs did in Russia. We take a stab at counting the Obama czars and then dig into the history books to see if McCain is right.
Each candidate blames the other. They're both right. And wrong.
In their final days on the trail, the candidates repeat their favorite talking points. We check them on the Truth-O-Meter.
We mark the final weekend of the campaign by highlighting some of our favorite Pants on Fire ratings from the past year.
McCain claims he's "within the margin of error," but that's true only for the Fox poll.
With an eye on Cuban-American voters in Florida, John McCain claims Fidel Castro is no fan.
This wraps up our series on key issues of the presidential election. This time, the economy.
The McCain campaign went from tiptoeing around allegations that Obama is a socialist, to outright calling him one.
This is Part 5 of our series on key issues of the presidential election. This time, national security.
In the final hours before election day, we provide some inside tips on how to find what you want on PolitiFact.
It was no bench-clearing brawl, but McCain claims Obama flip-flopped on who he's rooting for.
So how many people don't pay taxes? We answer that question and more.
McCain and the GOP link Obama and ACORN, but the connection seems more partisan then perilous.
Would plumbers get a tax increase under Obama's plan? If they clear more than $250,000 in profits, yes.
In their final debate, Obama and McCain spar about whose policies would be better for Joe Wurzelbacher, an Ohio plumber. We find mistakes by both.
This is Part 4 of our series on key issues of the presidential election. We'll distill the candidates' positions and examine key rulings. This time, health care.
The McCain campaign ratchets up its attempt to connect Barack Obama to former '60s radical William Ayers.
The abortion issue plays out in dueling ads.