Entering the new year, Americans are increasingly divided. They clash not only over differing opinions on COVID-19 risk or abortion, but basic facts like election counts and whether vaccines work.
Hospitals have recently began distinguishing between primary and incidental COVID-19 cases, resulting in criticism and confusion from news outlets and other voices across the spectrum.
What are the chances somebody with COVID-19 must be hospitalized? Your perception may vary depending on your political leaning.
There are massively competing narratives about ivermectin’s efficacy in treating COVID-19, and it all shows in media bias.
Historic gaffe, or media overreaction? Donald Trump's comments about bleach during a COVID-19 press briefing last year have been covered very differently from the left and the right.
The media sphere appears to have undergone a shift in narrative when it comes to the theory COVID-19 emerged from a Chinese laboratory.
Over the weekend, a clip from a documentary titled “Plandemic” went viral , prompting censorship from YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo, and an onslaught of media coverage that roundly condemned the video as containing misinformation, falsehoods, and conspiracy theories. The clip is still...
During the White House coronavirus press briefing on April 23, President Donald Trump set off a firestorm of mudslinging and misinformation when he inquired about possibly using disinfectant to treat people with COVID-19. Fact checkers were all over the place after Trump made the comments...