The latest testimonial ad from Americans for Prosperity is airing in Louisiana and features a former Marine Corps Reserve who says his service helped him get a health plan that Obamacare canceled. But is that the whole story?
Pundits spun a Supreme Court decision about affirmative action and talk about Elizabeth Warren into claims about income inequality.
Hillary Clinton has given a series of speeches in recent months full of personal reminiscences and warm declarations, but we haven’t found much to put to our Truth-O-Meter.
Democrats have been critical of the accuracy of Americans for Prosperity ads this election cycle. But do they fare any better?
The Florida senator and potential presidential candidate said it's the worst case of spying ever. Experts we talked to said it's up for debate, but there are others that could be considered as significant.
Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, claimed in a TV ad that the billionaire Koch brothers ran a North Pole, Alaska, refinery into the ground. The full story is more complicated.
Fox's George Will says the IRS' practice of scrutinizing tea party groups applying for nonprofit status rises to the level of Watergate. PunditFact reviews the evidence.
It's time again to look at what readers have been saying, good and bad, about our recent fact-checks.
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A RAND survey on the insurance market found that 9.3 million more Americans obtained health insurance since late last year. But the report hasn't been quoted accurately by pundits who oppose Obamacare.
Laura Ingraham and James Carville went at it over the Affordable Care Act on ABC's "This Week."
We’ve been fact-checking Americans for Prosperity since 2010 and given the recent publicity thought it was time to review the record.
Attacks lines about Medicare have been dominating the Florida governor's race. To make sense of the attacks and counterattacks, you need to know the key differences between traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage. Our primer explains it for you, and where recent ads have been inaccurate.
There's been a lot of debate lately about how many people are covered under the federal health care law, also known as Obamacare. We fact-checked claims recently from President Barack Obama and Florida's U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio.
Tim Kaine and Michael McCaul debated gun policies on military bases in the wake of the second Fort Hood shooting, while conservative pundit Liz Cheney wanted to talk Obamacare poll numbers.
Once again, Fort Hood was the scene of a deadly rampage. It raises troubling questions for the military and psychological toll of war.
PunditFact checked out claims about the minimum wage, health care, campaign finance and the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
Readers have narrowed their favorite pundit down to four. PunditFact is accepting votes in this round until 10 a.m. Friday.
PolitiFact journalists sat down to chat about the week in facts and take your questions.
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