Misinformation Watch / March 10th, 2023 / By Isaiah Anthony
President Biden announced his federal government budget proposal for the 2024 fiscal year this week. Let’s break down some claims made in Biden’s plan and by critics of the plan.
News / February 1st, 2023 / By Joseph Ratliff
In the last few weeks, headline writers from across the news media embellished their coverage of record-high egg prices with puns, wordplay, and other egg-ceptionally savvy lines.
Recommended Reading / January 2nd, 2023 / By Dan Schnur
The progress Biden makes on key issues may determine whether he'll get four more years in office.
Misinformation Watch / November 6th, 2022 / By Ethan Horowitz
Corporate taxation has become a very controversial issue in recent years, with some claiming that companies like Amazon and Apple pay little to no taxes.
Story of the Week / October 20th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
President Joe Biden announced the sale of more U.S. oil from reserves this week and signaled a willingness to sell more, in an attempt to calm oil market uncertainty and keep U.S. gas prices from rising higher.
Misinformation Watch / October 19th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
As inflation continues to rise, media outlets have claimed one specific individual, or action is to blame. The truth is more nuanced.
Common Ground / August 31st, 2022 / By Clare Ashcraft
There are plenty of aspects of workers’ rights and well-being that gain approval from people across the political spectrum.
Story of the Week / August 25th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
Borrowers earning less than $125,000 per year will see at least $10,000 of their federal student loan debt cancelled.
AllStances / August 23rd, 2022 / By Antonio Ferme
Is inflation always a bad thing that hurts consumers? Or can there be some potential benefits when it’s being controlled at a moderate level? Is the alternative to "inflation/high inflation" totally static prices, or is it predictable 2% inflation?
Common Ground / August 22nd, 2022 / By Clare Ashcraft
Poverty compounds many policies and social issues, from education to incarceration. This means that both sides have incentives to mitigate it, resulting in a lot of common ground on the issue.
Bias / August 10th, 2022 / By Clare Ashcraft
The Inflation Reduction Act recently passed in the senate after over a year of negotiation. Outlets on both sides of the political spectrum covered the legislation very differently, typically reflecting the partisan opinions on the bill.
Story of the Week / July 28th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
The U.S. economy shrank for the second consecutive quarter in 2022 after posting a strong final quarter of 2021.
Recommended Reading / July 11th, 2022 / By Upward News Editorial Team
As Democrats move into red states, will they bring their politics with them?
Story of the Week / June 23rd, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
U.S. consumer inflation is at its highest level in four decades. What is the government doing about it?
Recommended Reading / May 16th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
There was once a time when business would simply stay out of the cultural wars. But on this with-us-or-against-us landscape, true believers on both sides are no longer willing to accept such a passive approach.
Story of the Week / April 14th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
Led by high energy costs, rising consumer prices drove the annual U.S. inflation rate to a 40-year high for the 12 months ending in March.
Bias / December 28th, 2021 / By Antonio Ferme
After relinquishing his support for the proposed Build Back Better bill, Sen. Manchin has been the subject of biased media coverage.
Recommended Reading / December 17th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
As the 2022 midterm election year begins in just a couple of weeks, the president and his team are very aware of the political toll that inflation can take on incumbent politicians.
Story of the Week / October 14th, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
Last week, international business leaders warned of a potential systemic collapse if issues persist.
Recommended Reading / August 31st, 2021 / By Henry A. Brechter
If it becomes law, the bill will bring big changes to American infrastructure, social behaviors and quality of life.