Sarah Palin suggested on Fox News Sunday that there was something unusual and sinister about oil industry donations to President Obama's campaign. We looked into it.
As the deadline to file tax forms approached, politicians talked taxes and we checked their math.
We fact-check some of Sarah Palin's claims from her speech to the Tea Party convention and her weekend interviews.
With our Lie of the Year, we focused on the biggest falsehoods of 2009. But we also want to highlight our findings at the other end of the Truth-O-Meter.
Sarah Palin's claim about the health care bill is the top choice of PolitiFact editors -- and readers.
We review the controversy over hacked e-mails and check the facts of the climate change skeptics.
We examine Sarah Palin's claims on the Reagan recession, cap and trade and the McCain tactics on ACORN.
We examine Sarah Palin's book Going Rogue and put it to the Truth-O-Meter.
Opponents of the health care reform bills in Congress have unleashed a slew of scare words into the debate.
Palin spins a dystopian scenario where the elderly and disabled must petition for care. But that's not part of any actual health care legislation.
We crank up our Flip-O-Meter and award two Full Flops — one to President Obama and one to Sarah Palin.
The Alaska governor says she turned down the money because of federal building code requirements. But we find the federal requirements aren't what she claims.
With an eye on Cuban-American voters in Florida, John McCain claims Fidel Castro is no fan.
In the final hours before election day, we provide some inside tips on how to find what you want on PolitiFact.
The race is tight and the campaigns are digging deeper for the dirt.
The candidates for vice president meet in St. Louis. We check their facts.
A new TV ad from Planned Parenthood against Sarah Palin includes a rape victim. But she is not from Wasilla.
Bloggers contend Palin supported a city policy that charged sexual assault victims for forensic exams. We find the truth is murky.
It was her biggest goal as governor, and she took a few steps down the road. But this pipeline is still a bit of a pipe dream.
We fact-check statements from Sarah Palin's first major news interview since being named the vice presidential nominee of the Republican Party.