We summarize the latest versions of the Democratic and Republican health care reform plans.
We revisit our analysis of the Republican health care plan to cover the latest updates.
We're watching the president's health care summit with our Truth-O-Meter handy.
Harry Reid says science has settled the question of what to do with nuclear waste. It hasn't.
Republican leaders in Congress have put out lists of stimulus projects that they say are wasteful or unrelated to creating jobs. We took a look to see if the projects were as billed.
One year after the passage of the economic stimulus, we assess how many jobs have been created and how much money has gotten into the economy.
Current and former vice presidents faced off on the Sunday news shows, and we check the facts.
President Barack Obama's 2011 budget changes priorities for space exploration. We measure the moves against his campaign promises.
We uncover the facts behind the numbers and find it's easy to cherry-pick.
The White House released its 2010 economic report, the Republicans responded, and we checked the facts.
The Daily Show host is grilled in the "No Spin Zone." We check a couple of the facts.
We examine Sarah Palin's claim that Vice President Biden met with the transparency board behind closed doors.
We fact-check some of Sarah Palin's claims from her speech to the Tea Party convention and her weekend interviews.
We check Obama's claim that Republicans voted against the economic stimulus and then boasted about the programs it provided.
With Obama now pursuing a tax credit for companies that add jobs, we change Promise No. 505 from Broken to In the Works.
The senator-elect claims that federal employees make twice as much as private-sector workers. We check the facts.
After a year of inaction, the administration begins to change policy on gays in the military. We change our rating.
President Obama claimed health care reform could reduce the federal deficit by as much as $1 trillion over 20 years. We find the number is based on some shaky long-term estimates.