Story Not Covered

From time to time, AllSides notices a political story is covered by the Center and one side (Left or Right) while being completely or mostly ignored by the other side. While we regularly post those stories, we sometimes will feature that story at the top of the home page and indicate...
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AllSides Editorial Philosophy

AllSides reflects the news as it is covered from a breadth of perspectives. That includes different perspectives on the same story as well as different opinions on what the day’s top stories are. We also seek to provide context, revealing debate on the underlying issues and other helpful...
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Reform the media + Internet

Last week I heard Dan Schnur , California candidate (independent, non-partisan) for Secretary of State, say that to change California, we must first reform California politics. His comments made me realize more clearly than ever that AllSides is a reform movement. In order for us to...
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How Did We Get That Bias Rating?

We had to solve a problem. AllSides is dedicated to delivering news with source bias transparency. But, we often find interesting articles (on hot topics) for which we have limited source bias info. This means that some of our ratings end up being more preliminary than others. Plus, all...
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AllSides in Sunday SF Chronicle

It was great to wake up to this article on Sunday morning - the SF Chronicle's story on our launch, taking almost half !!! of the front page of the Business Section and also online at SF Gate: Breaking through the political noise. Benny Evangelista interviewed me last week and did a great...
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AllSides Goes Live Today

We finally go live today! Yippee! This is our 4th release (or 24th depending on how you count), but the first one we are releasing to the public. We have been working on this for sometime getting the technology right, improving the user experience, throwing away brilliant ideas that...
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