Some of what to know as President Trump withdraws the U.S. from the deal.
Also: Claims we rated True in 2017 and claims we rated Pants on Fire.
Recent checks on statements by and about her that have remained in the news.
Reviewing our fact checks on the Wisconsinite and former White House chief of staff.
Wisconsin politicians made claims about the deal and terrorism, Iran's nuclear program and Hillary Clinton.
In the past six months, the Trump administration has seen the firing or resignation of its chief of staff, communications director, press secretary, FBI director, ethics director, national security adviser and more. But is the Trump turnover as rapid as it seems?
President's new communications director blasted Priebus in an article the day before the Wisconsinite was replaced.
Our most-clicked fact checks in May 2017 spanned the Truth-O-Meter.
Our most-clicked items in April 2017 included Donald Trump's attacks on Syria and David Clarke's attacks on Black Lives Matter.
Most of the statements Donald Trump has made as president that have been checked by PolitiFact have received ratings toward the bottom of the Truth-O-Meter.
Intense coverage of the Republicans' attempt to replace Obamacare led to clicks on fact checks we did on both plans.
PolitiFact Wisconsin's most-viewed Truth-O-Meter items in January.
True enough: In a year in which lie telling reached new proportions, four of our 10 most-clicked items got a rating of True.
Ahead of his first Wisconsin visit as president-elect, a look at Trump fact checks since Election Day.
'Electoral landslide,' public shaming and 'outlawed' voting machines drew notice.
Sharp attacks on Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.
Social love pushes new page-views on older fact checks, including some about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
If you hear any of these Wisconsin-related statements tonight, you'll know whether they're True, Pants on Fire or somewhere in between.
We’re here to help you sort out the truth about the Clinton Foundation controversy. It’s not as clear cut as Clinton’s attackers describe, and there’s nuance missing from the Clintons’ defense.
Our five most-clicked items in May ranged from True to Pants on Fire. Not surprisingly, the latter item topped the list.