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 discussing who decides when to test for coronavirus and who pays for it.
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.
What The Fact: Clearing Up Misinformation On Coronavirus
There's a lot of misinformation floating around about the new coronavirus. Here's how to stay diligent.
Amy Schumer says she has Cushing's syndrome. What is it?
Cushing's is a disorder that occurs when the body makes too much of the hormone cortisol over a long period of time.
US sues to block $24.6B merger of grocery giants Kroger and Albertsons
The FTC says the $24.6 billion deal would eliminate competition and lead to higher prices for millions of Americans.
US couple whose boat was hijacked in Grenada likely thrown overboard
The Royal Grenada Police Force said three escaped prisoners hijacked the boat and likely "disposed of the occupants" on the way to St. Vincent.