Republicans keep dragging billionaire George Soros into the Trump indictment, even though any links between him and District Attorney Alvin Bragg are tenuous.
Author: Glenn Kessler
How Kevin McCarthy manipulated Biden’s words on debt talks
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy tweeted a misleading mash-up of Biden quotes from 2011.
The data is clear: There is no ‘clear epidemic’ of transgender mass shooters
Donald Trump Jr. and other conservative commentators are rushing to make assumptions without checking the facts.
Three reasons to doubt Biden’s story on his father and a gay kiss
Biden has told various version of this story in recent years but elements do not add up
CDC news release magnified spike in sexual violence against girls
The agency acknowledged to The Fact Checker that it rounded figures to give a misleading presentation.
Tennessee congressman Andrew Ogles’s résumé is too good to be true
The freshman member of Congress has come under fire for embellishing his past. We found more examples.
Does DOJ have ‘anti-Catholic bias’? Josh Hawley presses Merrick Garland.
We detail the facts concerning two incidents cited by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.).
Nikki Haley’s bogus claims about foreign aid dollars
The GOP presidential hopeful says “enemy” countries shouldn’t get U.S. aid dollars. But much of the aid goes to civil society and humanitarian groups — or never leaves the United States.
So far, Trump’s rollback of regulations can’t be blamed for Ohio train wreck
The Trump administration shelved many rail and environmental rules. But a link to the East Palestine derailment is hard to find.
The Buttigieg-Rubio grudge match over rail safety
The transportation secretary and the Florida Republican traded sharp words after the East Palestine train derailment. We assess their debate.