Twelve presidential candidates assembled in Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, on Oct. 15 for the fourth and largest Democratic primary debate so far.
President Donald Trump shocked lawmakers when he announced the United States would be withdrawing troops from the Syrian border with Turkey. We fact-checked related claims he made on Twitter and at an Oct. 7 press conference.
Under the umbrella of an impeachment inquiry, House Democrats are investigating President Donald Trump and whether he abused his presidential power by withholding aid to Ukraine while asking its government to look into his political rival Joe Biden.
We fact-checked multiple falsehoods by President Donald Trump during an Oct. 2 press conference in which he spoke about his phone call with the president of Ukraine.
Even in today’s atmosphere of heightened political rhetoric, the word "treason" stands out.
President Donald Trump has been railing against Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., for the way Schiff described Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky. We look at Schiff’s comments in context.
The whistleblower complaint at the heart of Democrats’ efforts to impeach President Donald Trump alleges that Trump urged Ukraine to revive an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden, a potential challenger in the 2020 presidential election.
One name that figures prominently in the complaint: Rudy Giuliani.
PolitiFact reviewed the complaint, news reports, and Giuliani’s public statements to piece together the lawyer’s role.
Democrats have argued that the Trump administration is violating federal laws by blocking the release of a recent whistleblower complaint. We checked out what the law says about sharing whistleblower complaints with Congress.
Cory Booker challenged other candidates to promise clemency for people who are "unjustly incarcerated," saying there were 17,000 such people in the United States. We looked at his numbers.
Democrats debated in Houston on the campus of Texas Southern University on Sept. 12, 2019.