Our guide to the facts in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District race between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready
Congressman John Faso promised to protect a woman's health care. Whether he kept the promise is a source of political attacks.
Did Aftab Pureval abuse his office, as a Steve Chabot ad says, or was he just a new-style serving the public?
A super PAC used a claim against Gil Cisneros knowing it is unsubstantiated.
Many claims went viral this year. Only a few of them were entirely accurate.
Whether appropriately bold or outrageous, President Barack Obama stirred up the dust when he used a recess appointment to make former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray the nation’s consumer financial cop.
We were intrigued by an argument put forth by Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio: that Obama might have limited Cordray’s ability to do his full job because of the way he put the Ohioan in the director’s chair.
But sorting the issue out on the Truth-O-Meter proved to be a challenge.
We're celebrating one year of PolitiFact Ohio.
We launched July 25, 2010. Since then we've posted Truth-O-Meter ratings on more 200 statements, including some surprising truths and some real whoppers.
The National Republican Congressional Committee says big spending by congressional Democrats, including U.S. Reps. Ruben Hinojosa and Henry Cuellar of Texas, pushed the nation’s debt to the limit.
PolitiFact Ohio poked into that.
One year after President Obama signed the health care law, we examine some of the truths and half-truths.
A deadline looms for the federal budget on Friday, with even more deadlines to come.