Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg did not call Texans drones who have nothing to live for.
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Jill Stein's claim about the U.S. bombing seven countries led to our No. 1 most-clicked fact check from 2016.
Hillary Clinton was right about Alex Jones saying no one died at Sandy Hook Elementary. Our fact check of Clinton was our No. 2 most-clicked story from 2016.
Ted Cruz's January claim about Blue Cross/Blue Shield ditching Texas fueled our No. 3 most-clicked fact check from the year.
Ted Cruz's incorrect claim about Barack Obama handing off management of the internet resulted in our No. 4 most-clicked fact check from 2016.
Dan Patrick's claim about mass shootings led to our No. 5 most-clicked fact check from 2016.
Donald Trump's claim in Texas about the U.S. salvaging fighter aircraft parts touched off our No. 6 most-clicked fact check from 2016.
Ted Cruz's claim about Hillary Clinton on abortion led to our No. 7 most-clicked fact check of 2016.
Gov. Greg Abbott's claim about rampant voter fraud launched our No. 8 most-clicked fact check from 2016.
Our check of a made-in-Texas Barack Obama claim about immigration ended up our No. 9 most-clicked story from 2016.
Catch the No. 10 most-clicked PolitiFact Texas fact check from 2016.
A fact-checker found misleading a State of Texas statement about abortions and breast cancer, The state agency told us it stands by its declaration.
Rick Perry has been fact-checked many times -- including on energy claims.
Sid Miller of Texas stands behind his factually flawed Facebook posts, saying readers can gauge accuracy on their own.
A Republican and a couple Austin-area Democrats listed Austin American-Statesman endorsements on campaign websites. All three got that wrong.