Democrats have been making hay out of comments from U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., who has now dropped out of the running for speaker of the House. We wanted to look at exactly what he said about the Select Committee on Benghazi.
Checking out New York Times columnist Nick Kristof's stirring stat.
PolitiFact has fact-checked the Democratic presidential candidate 125 times. How do her claims stack up on the Truth-O-Meter?
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump defended his recent call to send back Syrian refugees if elected president by saying they are mostly men whose backgrounds we don't know. George Stephanopoulos said half of the refugees are children. Who's right?
An out-of-date statistic for guns sold without a background check is back in the conversation as pundits assess what could have been done to prevent the tragic community college shooting in Roseburg, Ore. Also, Donald Trump talks Syrian refugees.
The list of most-clicked stories in September was dominated by questionable social-media posts on Democratic candidates and an Alaskan mountain, as well as the second Republican debate and the Iran nuclear deal.
Every Friday, PunditFact gives you the first look at guests on the Sunday news shows. On Sunday, we see if what they said is true. You can read how they fared here or weekly in the Daily Beast.
Two fact checks bubbled up from Ted Cruz's appearance on CBS with Stephen Colbert.
The Gipper's legacy emerged as a source for claims made on Colbert's new show, The Late Show.
A couple days before the pope's historic U.S. visit, an ABC pundit claims Pope Francis is named for a saint who "basically reached out to Muslims." Is it true?