McCain chastises the North Carolina GOP for political ads that use the Rev. Jeremiah Wright; then McCain weighs in other Wright statements.
Articles from April, 2008
McCain gets it half right on capital gains taxes while debate moderators pin down Clinton and Obama on where they stand.
Voting records make senators east targets for attack ads, and nobody knows it better than Sen. John McCain. The DNC is only doing what George W. Bush did back in 2000.
The Rev. Wright was one of more than 100 religious leaders invited to a prayer breakfast at the White House in 1998, but there's no indication he provided the Clintons any spiritual counseling.
The RNC is right that Obama once supported a gas tax "holiday," but a video glosses over some key details.
An e-mail by Focus on the Family uses some inaccurate information to paint a misleading portrait of Barack Obama.
As the Pennsylvania primary looms, health care takes center stage in campaign ads
Small pin ignites larger controversies
Dueling ads from Obama and Clinton say their opponent is weak on Big Oil. We find some truth and exaggerations on both sides.
The Philly debate was a relatively tame affair, but it brought a new controversy into the campaign: Obama's ties to a former member of the Weather Underground. We check the facts.
John McCain says energy prices would go down if the U.S. stopped filling the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. They might, but not by much.
If a candidate is off with a statistical claim, should they earn a False on the Truth-O-Meter?
Small donors are a civic good, but they're not the whole picture when it comes to public campaign finance.
Obama claims he was the driving force on ethics reform. We find he was a player but not the quarterback.
In defending his wife's mistakes about sniper fire in Bosnia, Bill Clinton makes a few of his own.
MoveOn e-mails out a 10-point attack on McCain. On domestic policy, its aim is good.
The latest chain e-mail attack on Obama distorts the words in the Bible to suggest he is the Antichrist.
We find Obama is right about how much households pay for the war.