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Katie Sanders - Managing editor of PolitiFact

Managing editor of PolitiFact

Katie Sanders is managing editor of PolitiFact. Previously she fact-checked talking heads and opinion-shapers for PunditFact as well as the Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott for PolitiFact Florida, reporting from the Tallahassee bureau of the Tampa Bay Times and Miami Herald. She is a graduate of the University of Florida.

  1. Shigaru Matsumoto, 65, has lived in Naraha his whole life. His bar of choice is Ippei, one of the only places around for residents and decontamination workers alike to enjoy an alcoholic beverage. Most of the people who have returned to Naraha are over 60, he said, with younger people restarting their lives in Iwaki, a bigger city less than an hour south. "Younger generations are not coming back here," he said. [Katie Sanders | Times]
  2. Relaxing hot spring pools of Shikisai Ichiriki. Japanese tradition says hot spring baths can release minerals to (naked) bathers, enhancing natural beauty, reducing inflammation and improving the skin. (Katie Sanders | Times)
  3. CARI VANDER YACHT   |   Special to the Times
  4. PolitiFact Florida has fact-checked Sunshine State politicians and pundits since March 2010.
  5. Yikes, Connecticut! This image shows the scene of a crash involving as many as 20 vehicles on Interstate 91 in Middletown, Conn., on Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017. No serious injuries were reported.
  6. PolitiFact's definition of Mostly False: The statement contains an element of truth but ignores critical facts that would give a different impression.
  7. Attorney General Jeff Sessions warns 'sanctuary cities' that they could lose grants from the Department of Justice during a news conference in Washington on Monday.
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  9. Orlando Police officer Michael Napolitano was one of several people recognized during Florida Gov. Rick Scott's speech Tuesday to a joint session of the Florida Legislature. Napolitano responded to the Pulse night club massacre in June 2016 and took a bullet in his Kevlar helmet.
  10. Rifle Paper Co. is bringing its floral brand to Keds sneakers.