We summarize a few of our recent fact-checks about guns.
• Experts: Values can trump data in gun debate
• In Context: What Kevin McCarthy said about Hillary Clinton and Benghazi
We asked experts whether data convinces people when thinking about gun control and gun rights.
Checking out New York Times columnist Nick Kristof's stirring stat.
Every Friday, PunditFact gives you the first look at guests on the Sunday news shows. On Sunday, we see if what they said is true. You can read how they fared here or weekly in the Daily Beast.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and his presidential campaign serve as an almost constant reminder that Hillary Clinton has not always taken the lead on issues near and dear to the more liberal members of the Democratic Party.
A falsehood that won't die says President Obama is a Muslim. Some say Hillary Clinton's campaign started it. That's wrong, but there is a slender connection.
A couple days before the pope's historic U.S. visit, an ABC pundit claims Pope Francis is named for a saint who "basically reached out to Muslims." Is it true?
Rick Perry recently suspended his fresh bid for president. So did Wisconsin's Scott Walker.
But there was a time Perry was the frontrunner for his party's presidential nomination.
This reminder comes courtesy of Karl Rove, the Texas-tied consultant, who says the leader in the race for the 2012 Republican nod changed seven times between September 2011 and the end of February 2012. PunditFact found that five individual candidates, including Perry, handed the lead around.
Mike Huckabee said the Fort Hood shooter was allowed to remain unshaven at trial for religious reasons.
PolitiFact says: MOSTLY FALSE.
SEE MIKE HUCKABEE'S POLITIFACT REPORT CARD.
Pundits and politicians critique the second GOP debate on CNN, dicussing polls, questioning the questioners and arguing with the fact-checkers.