Are Rick Perry, Rand Paul and Barack Obama on the same page on Iraq?
Perry and Paul have opposing views on whether America should intervene in other countries' conflicts, but their solutions for Iraq have similarities with each other -- and with President Barack Obama.
President Obama makes a pitch for paid maternity leaves, while his Veep issues a couple of claims of his own relating to personal wealth. All in today's PolitiFact Oregon Roundup.
Last summer about this time, Perry, Davis and several other Texas leaders touched off fact checks connected to the abortion debate.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry gets it right in a border-crossing claim, while a few others end up in flames. It's today's PolitiFact Oregon Roundup.
Illegal immigration stirs voters. The topic also touches off curious claims.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry tapped interest groups, not scientists, to research his case against President Barack Obama, according to an Austin American-Statesman news story. We earlier rated a claim in Perry's May letter to Obama as Half True.
Ted Cruz won a presidential straw poll of Texas Republicans taken last week.
But is the Canada-born Cruz constitutionally eligible to run? A PolitiFact team looked at that last year.
Today's PolitiFact Oregon Roundup leads off with a claim touching on income inequality and just gets sharper from there.
A Democratic group charged Perry with not wanting the federal minimum wage. Perry has lately said he opposes the federal government setting a minimum.
PolitiFact welcomed us to its inaugural Google Hangout this week. We talked about the prospect of Ted Cruz and Rick Perry vying for president--and how you can win a PolitiFact Texas coaster.
Larry Sabato’s claim made us wonder if Texas is the most populous reliably Republican state.
You can bet your Georgia peaches.
Curious about who -- other than President Barack Obama -- has been fact-checked on the Truth-O-Meter most often? We were, too. So we created a list.
Rick Perry carries the nation--in Pants on Fire ratings, that is, though it's not quite that simple.
Texas continues to gain more than 1,000 people a day. But it’s not the fastest-growing state.
In 2013, the U.S. Senate passed immigration legislation, but it died in the House. Along the way, we rated plenty of claims from all sides.
In 2013, readers flocked to our fact checks of chain emails, statements about abortion and our report card for Ted Cruz.
Hope you’re ready for the PolitiFact Texas Top 10 of 2013.
In 2013, the U.S. Senate passed immigration reform, but it died in the House. Along the way, we rated plenty of claims on both sides.
A Democratic group's claim about the Texas voter ID law proved combustible. We've also checked other voting claims.
Highlights of our first online live chat: Multiple mentions of Obama and a chance to recap a doctored photo.