The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Aaron Sharockman
Recent stories from Aaron Sharockman
PolitiFact is live fact-checking the Democratic National Convention.
Trump has more statements rated Pants on Fire, 30, than the 21 other candidates for president we’ve fact-checked this cycle combined.
Fake AIDS "cures" have long been the bane of activists fighting for access to treatment. Some are simply ineffective. Others are out and out dangerous. And all divert people from real treatment.
We look at what Saul Alinsky said about Lucifer.
Not the best place for a gaffe!
In her speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Melania Trump told the crowd, "I was born in Slovenia. A small, beautiful, and then communist country in central Europe." As she told her personal story, we wondered about how unusual her birthplace would be for a first lady. As it turns out, only one first lady has been born outside the United States.
The Republican National Convention kicked off Monday in Cleveland with speakers focused on the theme "Make America Safe Again."
Florida delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland kicked off their quadrennial confab with a breakfast featuring four speakers. PolitiFact took a look at some of their talking points.
PolitiFact live: The latest from Cleveland
Two major gatherings take place this week. In Cleveland, Republicans hold their nominating convention where Donald Trump will formally, once and for all, end any doubts that he is the party’s nominee. Meanwhile, 8.500 miles away, about 18,000 people converge in Durban, South Africa, for the 21st International AIDS Conference.