Articles from May, 2010
Readers have lots of complaints -- and a little praise -- about our recent rulings.
President Obama visits the Gulf Coast today to survey efforts to respond to the oil leak. We've been checking claims about the spill and will be doing more in the next week.
We couldn't resist fact-checking this ad -- because we give a rip about Alabama!
Controversy over Rand Paul's remarks send us off in search of history, checking on Republican votes from the the 1960s.
Sarah Palin suggested on Fox News Sunday that there was something unusual and sinister about oil industry donations to President Obama's campaign. We looked into it.
The party chairmen appear on ABC's 'This Week.' We check some of their claims.
Who's the true conservative? Five Republicans in Nevada's U.S. Senate primary are vying for the title as they maneuver for the chance to take on Democratic Senate Majority leader Harry Reid in November.
As California struggles through a budget crisis and sagging economy, rival Republicans seeking the governorship are attacking on TV like crazy.
From her 29-year-old undergraduate thesis to her law review articles as a professor, we look at Elena Kagan's written record.
Sens. Patrick Leahy and Jeff Sessions discuss Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan. We put some of their claims to the Truth-O-Meter.
Pundits on opposite sides of the political spectrum set the meter ablaze!
The Louisiana senator has been speaking out on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. We put two of her claims to the Truth-O-Meter.
We've checked statements from Rudy Giuliani, Joe Lieberman and George Will.
We preview some of the claims about the Supreme Court nominee. In coming days, we'll be putting them to the Truth-O-Meter.
Arizona senatorial candidate J.D. Hayworth claims his challenge to Sen. John McCain in the Republican primary prompted McCain to change his position on amensty for illegal immigrants.
We examine the revisions in the Arizona law and their effect on claims about racial profiling and loud dogs.
The conservative columnist says more birds die daily from colliding with wind turbines than will die from the gulf oil spill.
We answer his call, and fact-check claims on oil drilling and energy sustainability.