Why did four Texans vote against a measure containing Hurricane Harvey relief?
The House approved two amendments Tuesday night to repeal a Bush-era law on light bulbs Here's a compilation of our many fact-checks on the light bulb law and what it would really do.
Texas lawmakers and Gov. Rick Perry have taken a stand for the right of every Texan to buy Texas-made incandescent light bulbs. The proposal just signed into law reminds us that we’ve illuminated bulb claims before.
The election's over, but we're still busy checking claims that make us wonder. And readers keep writing when they disagree with the rating...
Obama promised to "throw his weight around" for a college football playoff system, but it's Congress that is playing offense.
For two weeks, you've heard claims that the bill includes lots of goodies — millions for Filipino veterans, ACORN and programs for sexually transmitted diseases. We sort out the truth.
Republicans complain of sculpture gardens, lawn repairs and no time for hearings. We check the facts.
The bill prompts some exaggerated rhetoric and allegations of earmarks. We check the facts — and award our first Pants on Fire for 2009.