The official White House Twitter account tweeted Thursday about the sharp decline in the unemployment rate during President Joe Biden's tenure -- but the tweet began with a false claim about Covid-19 vaccinations.
At a Monday debate between the Republican candidates for Georgia secretary of state, incumbent Brad Raffensperger said his leading opponent, US Rep. Jody Hice, "has just not been honest for the last 18 months, and he has been spreading misinformation, disinformation."
The only thing that's being debunked here is The Associated Press.
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CNN reporter Daniel Dale reviews claims made by Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) that he doesn't support raising taxes.
CNN reporter Daniel Dale explains why experts are calling out President Biden's claim that he is personally responsible for reducing the federal deficit.
President Joe Biden has been taking credit for reducing the federal budget deficit, the annual gap between the money the government takes in and the money the government spends.
CLAIM: House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) claimed on Friday that America is at war with Russia and therefore needs to "produce energy."
James Myburgh notes that while Carlson's report was inaccurate, the Times' criticism of it was "unhinged from reality."
Amid news reports about the leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion that would end abortion on demand, critics wailed in the media, in speeches,