Annenberg Public Policy Center
The post-debate headline from factcheck.org was “Obama And Romney Continue False, Misleading Attacks In Second Debate.”
There’s a lot of ground to cover from Thursday night’s debate at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky between Mitt Romney’s running mate – Rep. Paul Ryan – and Vice President Joe Biden.
Usually, we present this segment on Fridays, but this week, we’re presenting it one day earlier to strike while the iron is hot after last night’s first debate between former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.
Mitt Romney said President Barack Obama caused a doubling of able-bodied people on food stamps by taking work out of the food stamps requirement. True, false, or something in the middle?
“47 percent of Americans pay no income tax,” said Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a video released by Mother Jones. Was that correct?
Was Mitt Romney accurate in the way he portrayed President Barack Obama in the early hours of the embassy attack in Egypt and the consulate attack in Libya?
Today, WCBS 880’s Lynda Lopez spoke with factcheck.org’s Lori Robertson, who is still in Charlotte going over last night’s Democratic National Convention speeches by the President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.
Both Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan made statements about President Barack Obama. But how much truth was in them?
Today’s question: Do the Republicans really want to stop all abortion, no matter the circumstance?
An ad from the Restore Our Future Super PAC says President Obama is denying reality while an direct from the Obama campaign gets the numbers on Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan wrong.