Greg Borowski

Greg Borowski is deputy managing editor for projects, investigations and digital innovation at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and editor of the newspaper's PolitiFact Wisconsin site. Before becoming an editor, Borowski spent more than 15 years covering government and politics in Michigan and Wisconsin. He joined the Journal Sentinel staff in 1998. Borowski is a Milwaukee native and a graduate of Marquette University.

The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Greg Borowski

Half-True

Longtime defender of Milwaukee archdiocese

False

She backed other Republicans initially

Full Flop

From no 'sabotage' to undoing 'crooked deal'

Recent stories from Greg Borowski

Countdown to primary Tuesday: Two big races

Final fact-check look at GOP primary for U.S. Senate, Democratic primary for governor.

High 5: Most-clicked fact checks include guns and patriotism, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump

How much more wealth three people have compared to 160 million Americans also in the mix.

Fact-check look at 4 issues raised in debate for Democratic candidates for governor

Prisons vs UW, rape kits, business creation and Foxconn.

Updated: Fact tracking the 2018 candidates for Wisconsin governor

Also: Fact tracking the U.S. Senate candidates. 

Walk-O-Meter: On 2 campaign promises on education, Scott Walker falters

Repealing Common Core, creating 'universal access' didn't happen.

Politics in the prayers of the House chaplain that Paul Ryan ousted, then reinstated? Here's a look

Also: In Context look at a Senate candidate's controversial remarks calling military service a conservative value.

What we know, from fact checks, about Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice-elect Rebecca Dallet

Also: The High Five -- our most-clicked fact checks from March 2018.

In Context: Ron Johnson's 'secret society'

Fleshing out his explosive charge and then backing down.

Fact-checking review of Scott Walker's State of the State

Via Twitter, our live look at his speech.

No lie: A baker's dozen Trues in 2017

And: All the claims we rated Pants on Fire in 2017.