Our investigation into claims by President-elect Donald Trump, California Gov. Jerry Brown and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders all made PolitiFact California's Top 10 most popular fact checks of 2016.
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Ahead of his first Wisconsin visit as president-elect, a look at Trump fact checks since Election Day.
In our first year fact-checking the Golden State, PolitiFact California called out falsehoods and exaggerations by state and national leaders, candidates for office and multi-million dollar ballot measure campaigns during the state’s 2016 election.
"Senator," Mike Pence said to Tim Kaine, "you've whipped out that Mexican thing again." It wasn't a joke by the Republican vice presidential nominee. Let's see Pence's comment in context.
Comparing Mike Pence and Tim Kaine before Tuesday night's vice-presidential debate.
Mike Pence defended Donald Trump's immigration policies on Meet the Press.
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Mike Pence, Indiana Gov. and Donald Trump's running mate, is slated to headline day three of the Republican National Convention.
Donald Trump is expected to announce his vice-presidential nominee July 15, and many suspect Indiana Governor Mike Pence will get the nod.
Wisconsin’s job growth in 2013 was the best since the 1990s? At least 70 percent of residents approve of the state’s wildly controversial collective bargaining reform law? When Republicans ran Washington, they let the food stamp rolls skyrocket? We revisit these and other recent claims by Wisconsin Republicans ahead of their annual state convention.
With the tax debate heating up, we review some of the talking points that are just flat wrong.
We check some of the worst distortions in the immigration debate.
A Republican says Obama's plan to spend TARP money on an economic stimulus is unlawful, but the experts say Congress can make it so.