Glenn Kessler

Washington Post

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Writer of the 'Fact Checker' column, and former diplomatic correspondent, for the Washington Post; author of The Confidante: Condoleezza Rice and the Creation of the Bush Legacy

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Between now and November, voters will be inundated with dramatically different visions of America and what it needs.

Post Conventions: A Tale of Two Americas

Between now and November, voters will be inundated with dramatically different visions of America and what it needs.

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Nobody should be surprised when politicians distort the facts or tell outright lies. In 2007, the St. Petersburg Times introduced a feature called  PolitiFact .

Separating Fact and Fiction: Truth and Lies in American Politics Today

Nobody should be surprised when politicians distort the facts or tell outright lies. In 2007, the St. Petersburg Times introduced a feature called PolitiFact .

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Republicans are trying to make good on the promises that gave them control of the House of Representatives-- planning action on 600 amendments to this year’s budget before taking off…

Republicans Vote to Slash the Federal Budget

Republicans are trying to make good on the promises that gave them control of the House of Representatives-- planning action on 600 amendments to this year’s budget before taking off…

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