Articles from November, 2012
What could reduce American dependence on foreign oil? New mileage standards for cars.
We look at Obama's campaign promise to require companies to disclose personal information data breaches.
We'll be choosing the Lie of the Year in the next few weeks. Send us your suggestions!
A look at what our readers have been saying about our recent Truth-O-Meter and Obameter items.
Find yourself sitting beside a relative who has sent you lots of chain e-mails? Here's our annual guide on what to say. Stash it under the green bean casserole until you need it.
We're updating our Obameter and GOP Pledge-O-Meter, which track the campaign promises of President Obama and the House Republicans.
Critics harrumph that fact-checking doesn't work because politicians keep lying. But politicians aren't our audience. Voters are.
We've done lots of guides to help you sort out the truth in the 2012 election. Here's a guide to them all.
It's been a long road to Election Day. We review our most significant fact-checks along the way.
As a candidate in 2008, Barack Obama made 508 promises. We've been tracking them and rating them on our Obameter. Here's our latest tally.
If you've followed the campaign, you've heard a version of it: To pay for Obamacare, President Barack Obama would harm seniors by cutting $716 billion from Medicare. What started with obscure congressional debate and a few media mentions has now been repeated by dozens — maybe hundreds — of politicians.
The campaigns and the super PACs have kept the Truth-O-Meter busy. Here are six claims that pushed the needle into the red.