What The Fact: Bloomberg's Record On Crime
New presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is touting his success in reducing crime while mayor of New York City. But is all that success his?
Each week, we partner with our friends at PolitiFact to sort fact from fiction on the week's biggest political stories. This week, we're zooming in on a pride point of former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg. Does he get all the credit for a lower crime rate in his city?
What The Fact: Testing For Coronavirus
Curious who pays if you get tested for coronavirus? PolitiFact helps us clear it up.
What The Fact: Analyzing Support For Gun Background Checks
Polls support Klobuchar's claim that the majority of hunters and President Trump's supporters approve of universal background checks.
What The Fact: A Guide To Primary Voting
Confused about the difference between open primaries, semi-open and closed? Let us explain.
Antisemitic attacks jump to highest levels in decades, ADL finds
The Anti-Defamation League issued a report indicating 2022 had the highest number of antisemitic incidents in the U.S. since at least the 1970s.
'Rick and Morty' creator has domestic abuse charges dropped
“I have always known that these claims were false — and I never had any doubt that this day would come,” Justin Roiland said on Twitter.
Report: More than 100 million adults are paying off medical bills
More than 70% of people reported having bills directly with hospitals, which typically means a substantial balance.