Giuliani has been an adoption advocate, but now he says that's the same as being an abortion foe.
From the outlandishly wrong to the solidly right.
In a rich biography of success, he sometimes overstates his record.
Keeping it simple, Obama's insurance claim is accurate.
Bill Clinton's numbers are right, but they don't quite add up
A precise figure on the cost of the Iraq war is missing in action.
Huckabee gets the number right, but it may not mean what it says.
Clinton's health plan is not the "socialism" its critics declare, but it's skimpy on details and relies on optimistic math.
Ron Paul has the most libertarian voting record in the presidential field, but some of his claims about his record go too far.
More than a year ago, the Delaware Democrat offered a plan on Iraq. But he's no longer the only one.
Democrats and taxes make an easy target for a Republican, but Giuliani can't quite justify his claim for how high taxes would go.
He's consistently voted against giving the feds authority in state matters — even when it opposes conservative ideals.
The Connecticut senator likens his low poll numbers to John Kerry's four years ago. But the numbers don't match up.
The Democrats toss around lots of numbers in the Univision debate. They're right about health insurance and the border fence, but miss the mark on NAFTA.
The freshman senator calls for bipartisanship. But when he votes, it's nearly always with his party.
In a New Hampshire debate, the GOP candidates discuss immigration, Iraq and chicken dinners for Guantanamo detainees. Some of their facts aren't quite right.
McCain exaggerates when he says firing a federal worker is a "near impossibility." But experts say his broader point is true: Reforms are needed for supervisors to deal effectively with poor performers.
The Democrat says he can draw black voters and young people to the polls in a big way, but experts have their doubts.
The NYC crime stats look great from his tenure as mayor, but they looked great in a lot of cities.
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