A new White House video lauds President Donald Trump for accomplishments he’s made during his time in office. We fact-checked some claims that were false, misleading or lacking context.
We fact-checked a typical Pete Buttigieg speech. Here’s what we found.
President Donald Trump said U.S. troops in Iraq had not been harmed by Iranian missile strikes launched in retaliation for a U.S. airstrike that killed one of Iran’s top military leaders, Gen. Qassem Soleimani. He also made a number of statements about Soleimani and U.S. relations with Iran. Here’s a roundup of key claims, fact-checked and with additional context.
The disparity in how much women make compared to men comes up often in the political discourse, tagged with a call to action to help women’s paychecks catch up. Here’s a fresh look at the numbers, factors attributed to the gender pay disparity, and new legislation seeking to eliminate the pay gap.
One of the sharpest exchanges of the Democratic presidential debate came when Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Elizabeth Warren faced off over campaign finance. Here's a recap of what they said, fact-checked.
On the day before the impeachment vote in the House, President Donald Trump wrote a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to protest impeachment. We fact-checked several misleading statements.
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.
House Republicans released a 123-page impeachment report defending President Donald Trump’s actions on Ukraine. Several key points needed a fact-check.