Fact-checking the fourth night of the Republican National Convention.
Trump will likely repeat attacks on Hillary Clinton and his own statements about immigration, refugees, security and the Middle East.
Covering the third night of the Republican National Convention.
Republicans branded the second night of their national convention with an economic theme of "Make America Work Again," but most of the night’s speakers used their platform to accuse Hillary Clinton of being dishonest about Benghazi, her emails and even her own name.
The Republican National Convention kicked off Monday in Cleveland with speakers focused on the theme "Make America Safe Again."
We'll be tracking the next president's campaign promises. Here are the major promises we've identified from Donald Trump.
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Donald Trump says he never, among other things, called women "fat pigs", promised to pay the legal fees of fans who punch protestors, referred to some Republicans as "losers", mocked a disabled reporter and said he had "the world's greatest memory." Except he did.
After Hillary Clinton warned that Donald Trump would wreck the economy, Trump hit back, blasting Clinton's judgement and character. We examine 27 of Trump's charges.
Hillary Clinton gave a speech on economic policy and spent most of her time going after Donald Trump. She made dozens of claims. We got started on checking a quite a few, and we'll add more soon.