Two in a row is rare. Here's a look at our other recent POF fact checks.
Reviewing our seven most recent fact checks on Wisconsin Republicans, ahead of the state GOP convention.
Some of what to know as President Trump withdraws the U.S. from the deal.
Not 18 "school shootings" this year, not more guns than people in the U.S., and more.
Fleshing out his explosive charge and then backing down.
And: All the claims we rated Pants on Fire in 2017.
Also: Claims we rated True in 2017 and claims we rated Pants on Fire.
Also many clicks for checks on GOP tax reform's treatment of middle class, "death tax."
Wisconsin politicians made claims about the deal and terrorism, Iran's nuclear program and Hillary Clinton.
Claims by Wisconsin politicians about assault weapons, semiautomatic rifles and more.
Ahead of an NRA event coming to Milwaukee.
The Wisconsin Republican seemed to link McCain's condition with McCain's decisive no vote on a 'skinny repeal' of Obamacare.
Transgender people in the military also among the fact checks with the most page-views in July 2017.
Intense coverage of the Republicans' attempt to replace Obamacare led to clicks on fact checks we did on both plans.
Does it benefit the rich, lower premiums?
True enough: In a year in which lie telling reached new proportions, four of our 10 most-clicked items got a rating of True.
Some of the latest claims by Russ Feingold, Ron Johnson, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Cordiality has been in relatively short supply in this election rematch.
Here's what Feingold was asked and how he responded when he made the remark that has been criticized by his U.S. Senate opponent, Republican incumbent Ron Johnson.