Obama takes a swing at McCain while attacking high executive pay. But he misses.
Barack Obama wants voters to know he's been focused on economic woes all along, but he's taking credit for a plan that was mostly devised without him.
McCain spoke up after a widely read report drew attention to chicanery at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but it's a huge stretch to suggest he could have somehow averted the current crisis.
The Obama campaign is exaggerating with its claim that McCain's tax plan offers nothing for the middle class.
It's an issue the two candidates appear to agree on for the most part, but Obama and McCain have traded charges that the other sold out.
We take apart popular notions on foreign debt and oil imports. Economists say the relationship is complicated.
An unpopular president and two candidates from the Senate create a host of strange-bedfellow problems in this presidential race.
The Obama and McCain campaigns exchanged fire on veterans issues, and neither struck the truth.
Sen. John McCain's new health care plan brings the issue back in focus for the presidential candidates. We check three new claims.
Obama claims he was the driving force on ethics reform. We find he was a player but not the quarterback.