Articles from March, 2010
Some think President Obama's move to expand offshore drilling is a change of position, but we find more to the story.
We look at a claim about a new law on student loans and how it will affect students.
We publish findings on PolitiFact Florida about Social Security, the stimulus, campaign committees and health care.
Florida's U.S. Senate race took the national stage Sunday with a debate between Republican rivals Charlie Crist and Marco Rubio. PolitiFact Florida sorts out the truth.
With the new health care reform bill now signed into law, we take a look at how that affects some of the key health care promises President Barack Obama made during the campaign.
We umpire the debate between pundit Joe Scarborough and Sen. Dick Durbin.
No, the debate didn't end with Sunday's vote or Monday's signing ceremony. We keep putting the claims to the Truth-O-Meter.
We look into the executive order that the president said he will sign on abortion and health care.
We look at five persistent talking points that don't have much to them.
We boil down more than a year's worth of reporting and research to 10 important points.
We delve into the arcane procedures that Congressional Democrats want to use for health care reform.
We debunk a misleading ad that claims health care reform means no more breast cancer screenings for women at risk.
Republican Mitt Romney lays out his ideas for America in his new book. We check the facts.
Coverage on the Fox News Channel says Texas officials are planning to eliminate references to Christmas and the Constitution from school textbooks. PolitiFact Texas finds the claim Pants-on-Fire wrong.
We check out a chain Facebook status update on President Obama and whether he gave a puny raise to the military. PLEASE RE-POST THIS!!!
We continue our fact-checking on health care reform and abortion, this time looking at the latest versions of legislation.
We sort through the numbers and find conflicting evidence when it comes to jobs.
We put Obama on the Flip-O-Meter and find that he rejects broad consensus in favor of passing his proposal.
Could we resist fact-checking the most quotable firebrands of the right and the left when they appeared together on CNN? No, we could not.
Readers sound off on our recent fact-checks, and one suggests a bipartisan "revolution."
Hillary Clinton takes a few liberties in remembering Alan Greenspan's thoughts on the 2001 Bush tax cuts.
We launch our latest state site, this one in a partnership with the Miami Herald.