Donald Trump and media “fact checkers” claim that household income has fallen by $4,000 since the year 2000. Just the opposite is true.
JAMA’s refusal to retract it’s flawed fetal pain paper may violate medical publication ethics.
In the wake of the Orlando nightclub massacre, many public figures have littered the issue of gun control with falsehoods that have deadly implications.
The scientific facts about fetal pain contradict what many media outlets are reporting.
Warren Buffett says that “babies being born in America today are the luckiest crop in history.” Hard economic facts say otherwise.
Contrary to the rhetoric of Bernie Sanders, Social Security is a much better deal for lower-income workers than higher-income workers.
Wide-ranging facts clash with Hillary Clinton’s claim that the U.S. education system is underfunded.
Newly published data from the U.S. Treasury shows that the federal government has amassed $76.4 trillion in debts, liabilities, and unfunded obligations.
Donald Trump’s assertion that George W. Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction is grounded in proven falsehoods.