President Obama called the U.S. embassy employee suspected of killing two people in Pakistan is a "diplomat" who enjoys diplomatic immunity. Is he right?
The Obama administration's approach to human rights has evolved over the first two years of the president's term, with officials such Hillary Clinton becoming bolder in their approach. But is it enough?
Karl Rove is contesting claims that George W. Bush is the "most unpopular president" in history. The Fact Checker looks at the polls.
The Senate has declared that John McCain is a "natural-born citizen," eligible to be president of the United States. But the non-binding Senate resolution does not resolve an arcane constitutional debate about the meaning of "natural-born."
Barack Obama says he has "no recollection" of meeting with a controversial British billionaire barred from entering the U.S. It is a case of "he said, she said."
A new television ad paints a picture of a defiant John McCain resisting his North Vietnamese captors. But it omits some important context. The Fact Checker investigates.