Vice President Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan relied on a mix of accurate and exaggerated claims while politely exchanging 90 minutes of attacks and counterattacks in the vice presidential debate.
Here’s a look at how we have rated some of the claims that were repeated.
Will a single quip turn the Danville debate in favor of Vice President Joe Biden or challenger Paul Ryan? If facts win the night, what is the best ammunition for the two men?
Maybe one of these 12 PolitiFact-tested claims from our Truth-O-Meter files will play a role.
On Oct. 2, 2012, Vice President Joe Biden said something at a campaign speech in North Carolina that ended up as fodder for "The Tonight Show" later that evening.
We take a look at the context of the vice president's comment that the middle class has been "buried" for the past four years.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has picked U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., as his vice presidential candidate. Here's how Ryan has fared on the Truth-O-Meter.
The killing of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., has driven politicians of all stripes to make claims about firearms and crime. Here is a look at two of them.
Is your head spinning from filing your income taxes? Over the last year, we've fact-checked some dizzying claims about the tax system, who pays more and less. Here are some goodies that have been crunched by the Truth-O-Meter.
The killing of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., has driven politicians of all stripes to make claims about firearms and crime. Today, we look at two of them.
We asked for reader comments on our rating of a claim by Vice President Joe Biden about crime statistics in Flint, Mich. Here's a sampling of what we received.
We gave Biden a Mostly True for his claim about crime in Flint, Mich. FactCheck called it a Whopper and the FactChecker gave him four Pinocchios. What's up with that?
We check competing visions of the job picture by Vice President Joe Biden and House Minority Leader John Boehner.
Current and former vice presidents faced off on the Sunday news shows, and we check the facts.
The vice president overstates how often filibusters are used.
Halfway through his first year, we examine President Obama's record on our Obameter and Truth-O-Meter.
Republicans talk about the money "spent." Democrats say "committed." Both can be right.
The vice president is wrong about the spread of a sneeze inside an airplane. Studies show the germs don't travel far.
The vice president insists he's got the right figures comparing CEO and worker pay. We don't find anything wrong with his math, but he's missing a few qualifiers.
In the final hours before election day, we provide some inside tips on how to find what you want on PolitiFact.
The candidates for vice president meet in St. Louis. We check their facts.
We look at the four nominees for president and vice president and count up their experience.
Joe Biden returns to the main stage as Barack Obama's vice presidential pick. We review his Truth-O-Meter rulings from the Democratic primary and two from his debut on the ticket.