We summarize a few of our recent fact-checks about guns.
• Experts: Values can trump data in gun debate
• In Context: What Kevin McCarthy said about Hillary Clinton and Benghazi
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An out-of-date statistic for guns sold without a background check is back in the conversation as pundits assess what could have been done to prevent the tragic community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.
We sort out fact from fiction at the second presidential debate.
Look back at our live blog of the debate.
• PolitiFact's live coverage of the GOP debate
• The Truth-O-Meter records of the top 14 Republican candidates
Eleven of the 17 candidates vying for the Republican nomination for president will be on the main stage at the second debate Wednesday.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, trailing in the polls, won't be among them. As part of PolitiFact's ongoing series examining statesment from candidates on both sides of the aisle, today we look at claims made by Jindal, who will again appear in the "undercard" debate prior to the main event.
Donald Trump tries to clarify his comments about Carly Fiorina's face, and Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis., says he alone signed legislation requiring external investigations of deaths in police custody.
• PolitiFact Florida: Factchecking Trump vs. Bush
Several GOP candidates appeared on the Sunday shows ahead of Wednesday's GOP debate. We fact-check claims from Scott Walker and Donald Trump.
The Republican presidential candidate is hoping his record as governor can sell his message to voters, but all of his claims need a little more context.
The 159-page Iran nuclear deal may hinge on nuclear physics, but understanding the basics shouldn’t be rocket science. Here's what you need to know.