No, Justice Scalia did not agree to hear a case about Obama's birth certificate.
We look at promises on federal hiring and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
We fact-check two claims involving the Minnesota governor. Many believe the Republican is eyeing a 2012 run for president.
Lincoln Chafee should have known better than to bring up Curt Schilling in his gubernatorial run. PolitiFact Rhode Island explains why.
We look at job growth, tax cuts for the rich and a timeline of Fox News' coverage of Shirley Sherrod.
We continue our fact-checks of the 2010 election ads with a look at Colorado's Republican primary.
We move the Obameter on one of Obama's top promises
The Cleveland Plain Dealer launched PolitiFact Ohio, our fifth state site. And there are more on the way.
Guess who decided not to pursue criminal civil rights charges on voter intimidation? The Bush administration.
Conservative bloggers sent this charge flying through the air.
Obama earns a Promise Kept for one we've designated among his top 25 promises.
The vice president discusses health care and international affairs on the Sunday show. We check the facts.
We're one of six winners for the Special Distinction Award.
The Texas governor says he's never been called by the Obama White House. PolitiFact Texas checks to see if that's true.
We review the major components of the new financial regulation law.
We check competing visions of the job picture by Vice President Joe Biden and House Minority Leader John Boehner.
We've checked claims by David Axelrod, Rep. Luis Gutierrez and George Will.
Another Republican backs away from the notion that the compensation fund for the oil spill disaster is a "slush fund."
The Sunday show supplies several factual claims for us to check.
We respond to Arianna Huffington.
In the newest installment of our Message Machine feature with NPR, we examine ads in the U.S. Senate race in Illinois.
The race between Illinois state treasurer Alexi Giannoulias, a Democrat, and U.S. Rep. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., for a U.S. Senate seat has become downright nasty. We weigh in with a few fact checks from the competing attack ads.
We check claims on immigration from John McCain and Al Hunt.
With charges flying in the U.S. Senate race in Arizona, we explore J.D. Hayworth's claim that McCain was a lobbyist.
To celebrate July 4th, we let our readers shoot off their own fireworks.
On ABC's This Week, CIA Director Leon Panetta said there is "no question that we are abiding by international law and the law of war" in CIA operations in Pakistan. But not everyone agrees.