We have fact-checked misleading claims about anchor babies, deportations, sanctuary cities and the candidates' proposals.
Readers asked if we were accurately describing Bernie Sanders as a socialist, so we dug into the term and its background.
• 10 years after Katrina, a look at President Obama's campaign promises
• The week in fact-checks (video)
Debate about birthright citizenship, which some Republican presidential candidates have pledged to end, occupied a lot of airspace on the Sunday shows.
Republican presidential candidates and their surrogates explain why they support an end to birthright citizenship and stepped-up border resources.
On the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we looked at President Barack Obama's campaign promises centered on the city of New Orleans. This special report is presented in conjunction with The Lens, a New Orleans-based public-interest newsroom.
Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush have been saying plenty of things on the campaign trail. The Truth-O-Meter has been keeping up with them.
Donald Trump and Chuck Todd batted around the Iran nuclear deal while Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders and GOP candidate Ben Carson discuss health care funding and the electorate.
The candidates depart from the Iowa State Fair's fried food excess and explain their views on the Iran nuclear deal, health care spending and tax reform.
In the week since the GOP debate, we’ve compiled 20 fact-checks of things said at the debate. (Plus two bonus fact-checks of post-debate analysis from Donald Trump.)
Pundits are cranking up their commentary on the White House race, and it's not all Trump Trump Trump.
(Well, some of it is, but we've fact-checked claims about other candidates, too.)