Media Bias Alert: Martha’s Vineyard Story Reveals Bias in Left and Right Media

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) recently made headlines when he sent dozens of immigrants from Florida to Martha’s Vineyard. The biases of left and right-rated media could be seen in how they covered the story, with outlets exhibiting bias by viewpoint placement, slant, and word choice in their reporting.
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Asylum Seekers at the Border Existed Long Before the News Covered Them

It’s easy to forget, but the stories of migrants, such as the thousands of Haitians who have captured media attention this week, do not begin with their arrival at the southern border. By ignoring the ongoing stories of migrants outside of the U.S., news outlets create a media environment where they and their readers can fit vulnerable people into political narratives.
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Media Bias Alert: Divided Coverage of Harris Fuels Filter Bubbles

There are — as there almost always are —more than two sides to Vice President Kamala Harris’ management of her immigration assignment from President Joe Biden. But for the dedicated followers of biased media, it’s likely only one “reality” prevails. As you’ll see from the headlines shown...
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Non-Citizens Influenced the Primaries, Earning Praise from Left Media, Critique from Right

As the United States enters a chaotic election season, media outlets on the left and right offered very different perspectives on how non-citizen activism might play a role in the 2020 election. Ahead of Super Tuesday, a headline from Breitbart (which AllSides gives a Right media bias...
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Story of the Week: Supreme Court Hears DACA Case

Tracking impeachment: The first publicly televised hearings in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump were held Tuesday, as former diplomat Bill Taylor offered investigators new details of Trump's engagement with Ukraine. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) came before the...
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Story of the Week: Senate Votes to Block Trump's Emergency Declaration

The Senate voted to block President Trump's national emergency declaration for border wall funding, with 12 Republicans joining Democrats in passing a resolution to reject the move. The vote is slightly symbolic, as Trump will likely veto the measure. The move divided conservatives in...
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