The Washington Post fact checker on Tuesday gave Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez “two Pinocchios” for falsely claiming last week that the DNC raised more money in January 2018 than any previous January in its history.
The Washington Post’s fact-checker gave Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) four Pinocchios, its worst rating, for inaccurate claims he made about gun sales without background checks.
The world’s richest man has drawn the ire of Washington Post workers who are displeased with union contract negotiations.
Congressional Democrats are largely uninterested in the subject of impeaching President Donald Trump as they seek to win back the House in 2018, wary of such a partisan fight that might rouse Republican voters.
Imagine scores of the nation’s largest employers have announced $1,000 bonuses, wake hikes and employee investments in direct response to a Democratic tax overhaul.
A Washington Post fact checker analyzed Sen. Claire McCaskill’s (D., Mo.) comments on Tuesday that the Republican tax reform law will not benefit the majority of people in the long run, and ruled that the claim contained “significant omissions and/or exaggerations.”
President Donald Trump tweeted on Tuesday that a report about how he almost rescinded Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s nomination was “fake news.”
The NFL’s Washington Redskins dismissed various hoax news stories on Wednesday that claimed the NFL team decided to change its name to the “Washington Redhawks.”
Reporter Glenn Kessler found late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s Monday monologue on the Children’s Health Insurance Program contained many inconsistencies with the truth.
A Washington Post fact checker on Tuesday gave House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) “three Pinocchios” for her tweet claiming that the new Conceal Carry Reciprocity Act would invite “violent criminals,” “convicted stalkers,” and “domestic abusers” to carry guns.