Remarking on the Queen of Soul's passing in August 2018, President Trump said, "She worked for me on numerous occasions."
Beyond the Truth-O-Meter
Question: My neighbors keep telling me that the government pays for immigrants' health insurance. I don't think that's true, but I'd like to know the facts.
It should come as no surprise to TWS Fact Check readers that much confusion and misinformation surrounds the subject of vaccines.
Rep. Ann Wagner (R-Mo.) claims that "sex trafficking" ads have declined 90 percent, but that's stale data.
We assessed President Trump’s claims about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and the ensuing federal investigation of his campaign.
President Donald Trump is taking unjustified credit for recent job gains by black Americans even as he defends himself against claims of racism.
Several viral memes made unfounded assumptions based on the complicated inner workings of the DeVos family's business interests.
The GOP cherry-picked states with the largest number of job gains this year to promote its claim that "GOP tax cuts have fueled a massive acceleration in job growth since this time last year."
Good news: it sounds like the president is reading media fact checks. The bad news: he doesn't think such fact checks are right, or fair.
While speaking to U.S. troops about an upcoming military pay increase, Trump joked that he knew they didn't really want a raise because they're "very patriotic."
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) insists that Russia has breached Florida's election systems and could wipe out voter registration records. But there's no evidence to back him up.
Republican Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner is telling voters that his Democratic opponent J.B. Pritzker plans to raise taxes by 26 percent if he's elected to office.
“Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast"—the Queen.
While it may appear on paper that people so old are voting in the bellwether state, that is not the case.
Was a ‘Muslim Extremist’ Granted Bail by a ‘Liberal Democrat’ Judge After Training Children to Shoot Up Schools?
Despite Internet outrage saying otherwise, New Mexico "compound" defendant Siraj Ibn Wahhaj has not been released on bond, because he is being held on an out-of-state warrant.
President Trump keeps tweeting about a sideline figure in the Russia probe. Here's a guide to what we know.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said the economy added only 195,000 jobs for African-Americans under President Barack Obama. In fact, it added about three million.
Did the Obama administration separate 72,410 children From their families in 2013? That's the number of immigrants removed that year who had U.S.-born children. But viral stories wrongly conflate removals with President Trump's zero tolerance policy.
Were there "major signs of voter fraud" in Ohio's congressional special election? No. The Ohio Secretary of State’s office says there have been no reports of voter fraud.
A group calling itself DefendArizona attacks Senate candidate Kelli Ward of Arizona in a TV ad filled with images of terrorists and misstatements of facts: