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Jon Greenberg

PunditFact Staff Writer

Jon Greenberg is a staff writer with PunditFact. He was part of the PolitiFact team during the 2012 presidential election. Prior to that, he was executive editor at New Hampshire Public Radio and a Washington reporter for National Public Radio. He has twice won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists for investigative reporting.

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The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Jon Greenberg

"Democrats very much are in the pocket of the NRA."

"We know that Sunday mornings have usually been given over to conservative white men."

"A lot of the move to free the slaves ... did not come from the federal government. It came from a growing movement among the people, particularly people of faith."

The insurance risk corridors aren't going broke like Republicans predicted.

Obamacare is "costing 2 million jobs."

A North Carolina study proves that "probably over a million people voted twice in (the 2012) election."

"The Koch brothers are one of the biggest polluters in the country."

"Less than 1 percent of 1 percent of the American population has given an amount over $200" to a federal political campaign.

The NCAA will "get billions" from the men’s basketball tournament. "Players get a trophy."

Health insurance and medical costs "are going down because of Obamacare."

Recent stories from Jon Greenberg
What's old is new again: Fact-checking claims about the Civil War and slavery

Pundits have gone back into history to make several claims recently about slavery and the Civil War.

PunditFact's guide to the RAND health insurance report

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.

PunditFact fact-checks the April 13 news shows

Laura Ingraham and James Carville went at it over the Affordable Care Act on ABC's "This Week."

Fact-checking the April 13 news shows

Laura Ingraham and James Carville debated the Affordable Care Act on ABC's "This Week."

The RAND health insurance report: A guide

A RAND survey on the insurance market has been quoted selectively. Our guide shows what it really said.

Sunday preview: Ft. Hood, CIA interrogation report and campaign money

Once again, Fort Hood was the scene of a deadly rampage. It raises troubling questions for the military and psychological toll of war.

Sunday preview: Fort Hood, CIA interrogation report and campaign money

Once again, Fort Hood was the scene of a deadly rampage. It raises troubling questions for the military and psychological toll of war.

Highlights from the week in fact-checking, PunditFact edition

PunditFact checked out claims about the minimum wage, health care, campaign finance and the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

March 30 shows take on NSA reforms, Obamacare and Ukraine

Will Congress pick up on Obama's plan to put the brakes on NSA metadata warehousing? Sunday talkers chew on that, along with Obamacare and next steps in the tug-of-war with Russia over Ukraine.

Napolitano, Stewart debate the Civil War

In proof that the past is never settled business, Daily Show host Jon Stewart and Judge Andrew Napolitano of Fox News threw down last week over whether the Civil War needed to happen.We fact-checked several of their claims.

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