Barack Obama's visit to Wisconsin comes in the midst of a heated campaign for the White House.
Ted Cruz, who prevailed in the Texas Republican presidential primary, has a lengthy Truth-O-Meter record considering he's just a first-term senator.
Here's a way to see it all.
See the PolitiFact report cards for Republican presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, John Kasich and Ben Carson.
See the PolitiFact report cards for Democratic aspirants Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Our most read fact-checks were about GOP presidential candidates, the cost of college tuition and climate change.
There's no debating this: The Republican and Democratic primaries in Texas and other southern states (is Minnesota a southern state?) take place Tuesday.
So get your Truth-O-Meter on!
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A day after Cruz spokesman Rick Tyler acknowledged his error in quoting Marco Rubio on the Bible, he’s reportedly asked to move on.
Here’s a look at what Tyler admitted.
Ted Cruz closes a TV ad his campaign debuted today with conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh heard saying Cruz is the choice for president and "the closest in our lifetimes we have ever been to Ronald Reagan."
But don’t assume El Rushbo endorsed Cruz over everyone. Cruz’s commercial leaves out qualifying words from Limbaugh--and that Limbaugh quickly praised Marco Rubio... But there's also an earlier instance of Limbaugh linking Cruz and Reagan.
Ted Cruz’s Truth-O-Meter report card.
Marco Rubio’s Truth-O-Meter report card.
Rush Limbaugh’s Truth-O-Meter report card.
A Ted Cruz ad assailed by Donald Trump and defended by Cruz leaves out factual details--some old, others relatively new.
Key: Trump, once strongly "pro-choice," subsequently shifted his position on abortion rights.
Readers questioned our fiery rating of a Ted Cruz claim that Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Texas had cancelled all individual health insurance policies in Texas, effective Dec. 31.
Let's open the PolitiFact Texas mailbag.
Just before Iowa’s presidential caucuses, Ted Cruz’s campaign poked some Hawkeye State voters with mailers criticized as deceptive by the state’s chief elections official. Could it be too that Cruz concocted personal voting histories for Iowans (and their neighbors) who got the mailers?
Here's our detailed look -- including a professor's comparison of personal information in the mailers to 20 voter histories he checked in Iowa state records.
Stumping in New Hampshire today, Ted Cruz aired claims PolitiFact has gauged before.
In this report, read what Cruz got right and wrong, courtesy of PolitiFact correspondent Lou Jacobson, on the scene.
The Iowa caucuses are over the GOP race and the rivalries will likely intensify. But which attacks are based in fact and which are baseless accusations?
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz--tangling again over immigration and, perhaps, who's politically pure--ran first and second in speaking time during the last Republican presidential debate a few days before Iowa's crucial caucuses. (Donald Trump, who declined to attend, spoke elsewhere).
PolitiFact in Washington, D.C., is piling up debate fact checks here--starting with a MOSTLY FALSE for Cruz's claim Barack Obama has "degraded" the U.S. military and a MOSTLY FALSE for Cruz's statement he hasn't insulted Trump personally.
What did you hear that merits a check?
Never mind Ted Cruz’s factually flawed ad about New Yorker Donald Trump. Tonight Cruz likely takes center stage thanks to Trump saying he’s not going to join the Republican presidential debate put on by Fox News.
See PolitiFact’s debate coverage plans here. Meantime, we scanned PolitiFact states to see what candidates have lately misrepresented or gotten right.
Trump or no Trump, the show went on tonight in Iowa. Find out what the candidates said, and how true their claims were.
A Ted Cruz TV ad portraying Donald Trump as embodying liberal New York values--including support for abortion rights--exploits Trump saying in Iowa last year: "How stupid are the people of Iowa?"
The ad lacks some perspective. Trump uttered his "stupid" question in November, 16 years after he described himself as pro-choice. Notably, too, Trump was urging Iowans to doubt the accuracy of personal stories told by candidate Ben Carson--not outright saying Iowans are stupid.
Their basic message: Their political opponents side with greedy banks, specifically Goldman Sachs.
Follow our live updates: PolitiFact on the road in Iowa Jan. 18-22
Goldman Sachs isn’t running for president.
But the New York-based investment behemoth has lately drawn fire in connection with presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton.
IN CONTEXT: Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders on Goldman Sachs
Contrary to a Ted Cruz declaration, it may be too close to call whether he outpaces Hillary Clinton in national polls while Donald Trump does not.
Here's a quick peek at the latest head-to-head polling -- Cruz v. Clinton and Trump v. Clinton.
NEW: We scope out federal reporting requirements per Cruz's campaign loans of 2012.
Donald Trump last week said Ted Cruz has had a "double passport."
We found no evidence for that, rating Trump's claim False.
MOSTLY TRUE: Ted Cruz says it's always been that babies born to U.S. citizens abroad are citizens from birth.
The senators from Florida and Texas have waged a war of words over immigration. We take a look at their key votes and statements starting with the 2013 Gang of 8 bill.