We expose people to information and ideas from all sides of the political spectrum so they can better understand the world — and each other. Our balanced news coverage, media bias ratings, civil dialogue opportunities, and technology platform are available for everyone and can be integrated by schools, nonprofits, media companies, and more.
Don’t be fooled by media bias and fake news. We display the day’s top news stories from the Left, Center and Right of the political spectrum — side-by-side so you can see the full picture. Read our editorial philosophy.
We provide Media Bias Ratings for over 800 media outlets and writers, so you can easily identify different perspectives. Learn how AllSides rates media bias, or learn about the different types of media bias.
Understand how the Left, Right and Center think differently about various issues. Browse our Red Blue Dictionary to reveal differences in perspectives on hot-button words, like climate change, racism and more. Go even deeper with our balanced Topics and Blog.
AllSides for Schools prepares students for thoughtful participation in democracy — and in life. We help students from middle school through college (and beyond) learn news literacy, civil dialogue and life skills.
AllSides automatically delivers multiple perspectives on any topic to reveal bias, engage users, and connect people for civil conversations. We provide (and often customize) our patented and proprietary technology, platforms, services and content to media companies, schools, research institutions, nonprofits and more.
Filter bubbles occur when people are only exposed to news, ideas, and people that confirm their existing beliefs. This is how the majority of our online technologies work, from social media to search engines.
When people see only one side, it creates a highly polarized political and social environment, fueling extremism and hatred of “The Other Side.”
AllSides fights filter bubbles and polarization by helping you to gain a broader view. We believe diversity in thought and relationships heals divides. Less polarization allows us to appreciate others and engage in productive problem solving — and ultimately, heal our democracy.