As negotiations approach an interim deadline, we look back at claims about a Senate letter and whether Iran has been keeping to its agreements. • PunditFact: Fact-checking the March 29 news shows • PolitiFact Wisconsin: Is Scott Walker shifting views for 2016?
Articles from March, 2015
At least five times Sunday , ABC This Week host George Stephanopoulos asked Indiana Gov. Mike Pence a variant on a simple question about Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act: "If a florist in Indiana refuses to serve a gay couple at their wedding, is that legal now in Indiana?" And at least five times, Pence would not answer.
• Scott Walker: Shifting views to be in a better position for 2016? • Harry Reid to retire; his PolitiFact scorecard
With Ted Cruz’s announcement that he’s running for president, we look at a snapshot of how a few potential presidential hopefuls are doing on our Truth-O-Meter. • From the archives: Is Ted Cruz, born in Canada, eligible to run for president? • The health care law turns 5: What came true and what didn’t
Israel's ambassador to the Unites States told NBC's Chuck Todd that Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not flip-flop on a two-state solution. • PolitiFact Texas: Ted Cruz on the Truth-O-Meter • From the archives: Is Ted Cruz, born in Canada, eligible to run for president? • The health care law turns 5: What came true and what didn’t
Monday marks the fifth anniversary of President Barack Obama signing the Affordable Care Act into law. PolitiFact takes a look at the predictions made about the law then and what has since come to light.
We look back in our archives and find three fact-checks about Ireland in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day.
The latest on Hillary Clinton's email issue.
Throughout the controversy regarding her exclusive use of private email while secretary of state, Hillary Clinton has said she followed the rules. But the truth isn’t so clear cut.
We take a look at some of the claims surrounding the administration's negotiations with Iran, and the Republican backlash.
As the United Nations celebrates International Women’s Day, nonpartisan fact-checkers from five continents looked at claims about women’s lives.
PunditFact looked at part of the defense offered on behalf of Hillary Clinton.
On the 50th anniversary of ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Selma, we look back at our fact-checks about voting rights
In February, PolitiFact’s most read stories had an eclectic flavor. You got the Oscars, a Vine, a claim from President Barack Obama and a "mystery" about one of the men vying to potentially replace him.
At the forefront of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Congress is the fact that he and President Barack Obama don’t see eye-to-eye on Iran. Here are some of our latest checks on Iran-related claims.
The Republican House speaker made a rare Sunday show appearance.