After a Saudi student killed sailors at a Naval base in Pensacola, the military’s long-standing programs to train foreign nationals drew scrutiny. We explain the history.
PolitiFact readers asked us several questions related to the impeachment inquiry and public House hearings.
Terrorist attacks in the United States have not been confined to one part of the country or motivated by just one ideology.
Beyond the casualties, terrorist attacks also yield room for misinformation, confusion and polarized political rhetoric. Under what circumstances are violent attacks classified as "domestic terrorism"? And are more terrorist attacks happening now than ever? Here are some key questions and answers related to national security and terrorism in the United States.
The House’s impeachment inquiry moved to a new phase on Dec. 4, as the House Judiciary Committee invited four legal scholars -- three called by Democrats, one by Republicans -- to testify about the history and law of impeachment.
PolitiFact has previously reported on the similarities and differences between Ukrainian and Russian election meddling. But we decided to take a closer look at the Politico story to outline what it does — and doesn’t — show about Ukraine’s involvement in 2016.
What question do you have about impeachment, Ukraine or the whistleblower complaint?
After Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky answered questions about the House impeachment inquiry in an interview, President Donald Trump said Zelensky announced that Trump did nothing wrong. We looked at Zelensky's remarks in context.
For Republicans, the choice on social media is clear: support the president or get smeared.
Sen. Kamala Harris ripped Rep. Tulsi Gabbard during the Democratic debate in Atlanta, tearing into Gabbard for her comments on the Democratic Party and accusing her of bashing President Barack Obama on Fox News.
Democrats have continued to blame voter suppression for Stacey Abrams’ loss in Georgia governor’s race. It can’t be proven.