After a high-spending campaign with mostly his own money, Republican Rick Scott narrowly won election to become Florida's next governor. Here's a look back through our fact-checking eyes at what he said, and what others said about him.
In a TV ad aimed at voters in Florida, Rudy Giuliani makes claims about cutting taxes, welfare reform and a national insurance fund. We find he's mostly right on two, but wrong on the other.
Presidential candidates often make historical references to emphasize points or justify positions. A lot of the time, though, they get their facts wrong -- to the dismay of historians.
Rudy Giuliani frequently attacks Hillary Clinton over her views on the free market, but he's blatantly misquoting her.
To counter his history in Hollywood and Washington, he tells of growing up in rural Tennessee.
A precise figure on the cost of the Iraq war is missing in action.