The two remaining Democrats running for president, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, debated one-on-one ahead of the New Hampshire primary. How'd they do on the Truth-O-Meter?
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Trump or no Trump, the show went on tonight in Iowa. Find out what the candidates said, and how true their claims were.
Presidential candidates on the trail in Iowa faced snow, voters and, now, PolitiFact.
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Follow our live updates: PolitiFact on the road in Iowa Jan. 18-22
The three remaining Democratic candidates for president debated Sunday night in South Carolina. See how they performed on the Truth-O-Meter.
We review several of Obama's claims from his seventh and final State of the Union address, as well as Gov. Nikki Haley's Republican response.
Donald Trump offered up video shot in Morocco in a TV ad about his vow to stop unauthorized people from crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
Pants on Fire!
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So Lincoln Chafee — Rhode Island’s Republican-independent-Democrat — is running for President.
The former governor of the smallest — and at times quirkiest — state has a PolitiFact record that is as mixed as his political lineage. During the four years that the former Republican U.S. senator served as first the independent and then the Democratic governor of Rhode Island, only once did PolitiFact judge one of his statements Half True.
More often, the Truth-O-Meter swung back and forth from True to False as Chafee battled a stagnant economy and a hostile General Assembly.
PolitiFact Rhode Island marks a milestone today -- our 500th Truth-O-Meter ruling.
When The Providence Journal began our partnership with PolitiFact.com in June 2010, few in Rhode Island had heard of the organization, and few other news organizations had formal fact-checking operations.
More than four years later, PolitiFact has become a verb in the Ocean State, as in "I’d better be careful what I say or they might ‘PolitiFact’ me.
During her long campaign for governor, Gina Raimondo talked at length about Rhode Island’s problems and what she’d do about them if elected.
She made promises on issues ranging from jobs, education and transportation to gun control, business regulations and aid for veterans.
Will she keep them?
To help voters keep score, PolitiFact Rhode Island has launched the Gina-Meter to track Raimondo’s progress.