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With less than two weeks left until the election, we team up with PolitiFact Florida to check the fact behind the statements made that night.
We're keeping the candidates honest with PolitiFact Florida and checking statements they made during last night's debate.
10 News reporter Allison Kropff teams up with PolitiFact Florida to fact-check the VP hopefuls' statements from Thursday night's debate.
Fact-checkers are hard at work putting both candidates to the truth test.
You've seen the ad running with Mitt Romney at the RNC saying President Obama can't tell us we're better off than we were four years ago. In it, Florida's housing problems take center stage.
Politifact's Katie Sanders sat down with Reggie in the studio thursday evening to fact-check Governor Rick Scott's advertisement about Florida education.
Mitt Romney talked about God and coins on the campaign trail.
Are Democratic presidents better at creating jobs than Republican presidents?
You heard it at last night's Democratic National Convention: the current
governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick, said Mitt Romney's
Massachusetts rank 47th in job creation.
Mitt Romney is on the campaign trail after formally accepting his party's nomination Thursday night. So just how factual were his words to America?
During his speech Wednesday night, Paul Ryan attacked Obama on a few things, one of them, keeping his campaign promises. 10 News worked with Politifact to check up on just how factual his accusations were.
Protesters at the Straz Center in downtown Tampa were threatened with arrest because they were trespassing, but they left when police explained they had to leave.
Your commute could be very different now that road closures are in place.
The PolitiFact team checked into Crist's statement, "Look no further than the inclusion of the Akin amendment in the Republican Party platform, which bans abortion, even for rape victims."
How do Mitt Romney's comments rank on the Truth-O-Meter?
Not too long ago, before the Republican primary, George LeMieux ran an attack ad making claims about Connie Mack's past. Well, Bill Nelson is taking a page out of his playbook and running a similar ad claiming Mack isn't fit for the US Senate.
Millions of dollars is being spent to influence the outcome of Florida's legislative elections.
The final day for early voting in the state's primary elections has arrived.
A Mitt Romney ad that's running right here in the Bay area attacks President Obama's plan for welfare reform.
Sen. Marco Rubio introduced a bill Wednesday that would exempt medal winners from paying taxes on the cash rewards they receive when they get a gold, silver or bronze.
A chain email claims the media won't publish a real photo of Trayvon Martin with tattoos on his face. The email then claims to "expose" Martin's true appearance.
The Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River in northern Washington state collapsed Thursday evening, sending vehicles and people into the water, the state patrol said.
The Florida Lottery prepares to greet the winner of the $590 million Powerball jackpot.
The 10 News Investigators discovered FDOT and local cities have been working together to shorten some of the yellow lights across the state, resulting in many more red-light camera tickets.
A 19-year-old high school student has been arrested after authorities say she bit her boyfriend's penis when he refused to have sex with her.
A Florida woman claims a man tortured and sexually abused her miniature horses. Now, she's hoping surveillance video of the attacks will help send the suspect to prison for a long time.
James Hopkins, 66, is in jail on animal cruelty charges for putting cats in a freezer.
It's a typical story of a cat with a hairball, only the cat weighs approximately 400 pounds, and what seems to be a giant hairball, is too big to be removed without surgery.
Our buddy Hulk Hogan dropped by 10 News today, delivered the weather forecast with Bobby Deskins, and talked traffic with Holley Sinn. You're gonna LOVE this, Brother!
A Maricopa County Court was unable to agree on a sentence for convicted murderer Jodi Arias, prompting a judge Thursday to declare a mistrial in the sentencing phase of the case.
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