Right to work has suddenly been thrust back into the news in Wisconsin. Here's a look at past factchecks on key issues in the debate.
Up over there in Wisconsin, a writer wondered if U.S. turkeys really are heavier than before.
In a hurry to know? "Turkeys today are twice as fat as they were in the 1930s, Mother Jones says,"
The contours of a Scott Walker presidential campaign have begun to take shape.
Also: Glenn Grothman goes to Washington. A look at his most provocative comments.
During his 21 years as a Republican state lawmaker in Wisconsin, Glenn Grothman has been perceived either as an authentic conservative who speaks his mind with refreshing candor, or as a fringe character who makes extreme, often offensive, observations.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, fresh from a re-election win that promoted his presidential prospects, went on "Meet the Press" a few days later. How did he do truth-wise?
Meanwhile, here are our round-ups of claims on key topics: Taxes, education, jobs, wages and income, business growth, higher education and miscellaneous items.
Their first meeting featured a lot of tried and True, but Friday’s second debate between Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke bent more towards tried and False.
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore took a different tack on calls for a travel ban in the wake of the Ebola outbreak.
In their first debate, Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke trotted out dueling visions of the state's economy and the impact of Walker's tax and spending cuts. We take a look at key claims from the debate.
We take a look at claims likely to come up in the first debate Friday between Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke.