President Barack Obama will speak to the nation about immigration on Thursday night, unveiling a plan to prevent deportations for a broad swath of people living in the United States illegally. We selected 12 key fact-checks to give you the basics on immigration and executive action.
The controversial Keystone XL pipeline is scheduled for a vote in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday evening.
Given the focus, and potential to drag on into the new year, PolitiFact Georgia took a closer look at some of the claims surrounding the project.
Coverage of a 2013 video showing MIT professor and Obamacare adviser Jonathan Gruber talking about the "stupidity" of American voters has varied greatly by cable network, a review of closed captioning information shows.
Talk centered around the Keystone XL pipeline. PunditFact fact-checked two claims.
Pundits debated the merits and the politics of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Also: Fact-checking the TV networks.
With the 2014 midterms in the rearview mirror, pundits are looking ahead to what a GOP-controlled Congress might do. PunditFact fact-checked two recent claims.
• McConnell and Boehner's goals for the 114th Congress
With the 2014 midterms in the rearview mirror, pundits are looking ahead to what a GOP-controlled Congress might do. We fact-checked two recent claims.
Obama claimed that the United States has created more jobs "than every other advanced economy combined since I came into office."
President Barack Obama gave a rare Sunday morning interview to CBS' "Face the Nation."
With Election Day finally here, we look at fact-checks about voter fraud, voter ID laws, restoring the right to vote for felons, purging noncitizens from the voter rolls and more.