In two evening tweets, President Donald Trump said the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation has the wrong target. We fact-checked his tweets.
At his press conference, the president repeated an attack he made while campaigning in Wisconsin.
North Carolina Republicans spent much of 2016 saying they had raised the average teacher pay to $50,000. A new report shows they just barely missed the mark.
PolitiFact Texas reporters came across plenty of curious facts through 2016.
For instance, did you know about Ted Cruz long holding dual citizenship?
Hillary Clinton was right about Alex Jones saying no one died at Sandy Hook Elementary. Our fact check of Clinton was our No. 2 most-clicked story from 2016.
The presidential race and claims about guns revved up PolitiFact Florida’s Truth-O-Meter during the election year.
We've posted more than 1,100 fact-checks related to the 2016 presidential race. Here are the most popular.
True enough: In a year in which lie telling reached new proportions, four of our 10 most-clicked items got a rating of True.
Ted Cruz's claim about Hillary Clinton on abortion led to our No. 7 most-clicked fact check of 2016.
Defending champion Donald Trump takes silver in the 2016 Lie of the Year Readers' Choice Poll. Who won first place?
One of the most pervasive narratives of the presidential race was that Russian President Vladimir Putin was trying to upend the election — in a way that helped President-elect Donald Trump.
'Electoral landslide,' public shaming and 'outlawed' voting machines drew notice.
If Donald Trump moves to prosecute Hillary Clinton, what's known/unknown on email security?
Also: Our file on Reince Priebus, Trump's pick for chief of staff
Be honest with yourself: Politics is on the table this holiday season, like it or not. The best advice we have is to try keeping the conversation rooted in reality. Here’s PolitiFact’s guide to navigating politics on Thanksgiving.
After Hillary Clinton won the popular vote but lost the electoral vote, some advocates have renewed efforts to change how we elect the president. We explore some of the legal issues.
Sharp attacks on Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.
Some of the latest claims by Russ Feingold, Ron Johnson, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
At PolitiFact, we’ve rated hundreds of statements by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. But we’ve also been on the lookout for examples of the presidential nominees flip-flopping on significant policy issues.
Before your commercial breaks are finally free of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Nov. 9, we’re taking a deep dive into claims from those ominous voiceovers and scrolling text.
Buscando presentar a Donald Trump como un hipócrita en inmigración, Hillary Clinton sostuvo durante el tercer debate presidencial que el candidato multimillonario utilizó trabajadores indocumentados para construir su rascacielos en la ciudad de Nueva York.