We summarize several stories about Lie of the Year.
We usually avoid the word 'lie'.' That’s because of the tricky issue of claiming to know a person’s intention.
PolitiFact awards the Lie of the Year to the most significant falsehood or exaggeration of the past 12 months. Here’s a look back at the past nine years of "winners."
Readers weigh in on the most significant falsehood of 2018.
Together, the lies against the Parkland students in the wake of unspeakable tragedy were the most significant falsehoods of 2018. We name them PolitiFact’s Lie of the Year.
FactCheck.org turns 15 years old this week, so it’s a good moment to salute Brooks and his co-founder Kathleen Hall Jamieson for the important role they’ve played as pioneers in our movement.
Trump touted the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement as the biggest trade deal ever. Here are the facts.
PolitiFact will soon announce our Lie of the Year -- the most significant falsehood of 2018, as chosen by our editors and reporters. We're also inviting PolitiFact readers to vote for the Readers' Choice award.
President Donald Trump cast doubt over the CIA’s conclusion that Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Here's a fact-check of the statement on Saudi Arabia that Trump released on Nov. 20.
The false claims came quickly and steadily over Facebook in the weeks before and after the midterm elections. We picked a few notable ones that we shot down.