AP Fact Check: Trump Distorts Findings in Several Areas

June 1, 2019

President Donald Trump distorts findings in several areas of public policy. According to Labor Department data, 60.6 percent of people in the United States 16 years and older were working in April. That’s below the all-time high of 64.7 percent in […]

Fact-Checking Elizabeth Warren on the Campaign Trail

June 1, 2019

In public remarks, Senator Elizabeth Warren weaves personal anecdotes with explanations of her many plans, interspersing statistics and critiques of wealth inequality and corruption in Washington. Her focus on her own past and broad outlines […]

Labor Movement Comes Back Big After ‘Janus’

June 1, 2019

In January, Virginia teacher Nicole Loch attended a #RedForEd rally at the statehouse in Richmond. She arrived on a charter bus sponsored by the Fauquier Education Association, even though Loch had never joined the union—a decision she had […]

What Our Members Do: Mary Crowley

June 1, 2019

I always tell people that I am an “instantaneous editor.” I edit the show as it happens. My day-to-day responsibilities include keeping the switcher up to date and cleaned out, building effects for the show and switching the show. […]

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