Trump's numbers are right, but it's hard to make the case that he should get credit for them.
President Trump bragged this week about job gains and a rising stock market. So what are the facts?
President Trump traveled to Missouri Wednesday to promote the GOP tax plan. Here's a closer look at some of the claims he made.
NPR's Melissa Block talks to Sarah Kliff, Vox senior policy correspondent, to fact check Trump's claim that subsidies for insurance companies are "bailouts" and "a windfall" for those companies.
Without revealing any particulars, the president pitched his ideas for a tax code overhaul on Wednesday. Here are four claims he made, and how close to correct he was on all of them.
The president stood by his statements on Charlottesville during his campaign rally, but he left out the part where he had condemned violence "on many sides."
The attorney drew a parallel to former Vice President Nelson Rockefeller's wealth. "No one was so concerned," she claimed. But they were, and he disclosed his assets and placed them in a blind trust.
The president-elect is pushing back on the conclusion that Russia tried to help him win, claiming a historic margin of victory. But the winner received more electoral votes in 37 of 58 U.S. elections.
NPR reporters and editors add context to the legislation and other proposals that the president-elect said he wants to introduce in his first 100 days in office.
NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors from across the newsroom, is live annotating the debate, which begins at 9 p.m. ET in St. Louis.
NPR reporters and editors annotated Monday night's debate as it happened. Read the final fact check, analysis and context here.
NPR's politics team annotated Trump's speech on immigration, which comes after a week of seeming to change direction on the issue.
In a vision described as "Winning The Global Competition," the GOP nominee is proposing three tax brackets and would limit taxes on all forms of business income as well as end the estate tax.
NPR's politics team has annotated Clinton's speech, providing analysis, context and fact checking key portions.
NPR Politics adds context, analysis and checks facts in Trump's Thursday night address to the Republican National Convention.
Is Donald Trump's assertion that the U.S. steel industry fell victim to dumping, unfair trade pacts and self-serving politicians accurate?
The NPR Politics team breaks down Donald Trump's speech in which he laid out a series of campaign promises and leveled a slew of accusations at rival Hillary Clinton.
In a speech Tuesday, the presumptive Democratic nominee said that economic growth over the past 40 years is largely thanks to women getting into the workforce. We analyze her claim.
President Obama wants to bring 10,000 Syrian refugees to the U.S. this year. Donald Trump says there is a "tremendous flow" coming into the U.S. and he wants to suspend the program.
Donations linked to the oil and gas industries equal two-tenths of 1 percent of Clinton's overall fundraising.
Hillary Clinton's campaign posted a four-point defense of her use of a private email server as secretary of state. But there's more nuance in those points than the campaign leads on.