As AllSides continues to track the 2024 elections, this blog is tracking major news, updates, poll data and examples of media bias.
As we consider the current polarization and hyper-partisanship that has gripped our nation’s politics for the last several years, we have often asked each other what it would take to break out of this sclerotic gridlock that has stymied necessary progress on so many important matters.
One of the first rules of campaign management is that you should never let your candidate hold a news conference when they’re mad.
Why does an 81-year-old incumbent president struggling with historically low approval ratings and suffering from deep apathy from critical portions of the Democratic base not have a more credible primary opponent?
Financial Times levied a serious claim against the European Union that an unnamed EU official has since denied, leaving readers to decide for themselves which narrative is most credible.
The border crisis has been a one-sided discussion from the beginning, and, like any effective negotiators, Republicans keep asking for more.
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Is the Republican primary over? Is Haley right to continue her campaign? Are Republicans making a smart decision by nominating Trump as their candidate?
While there have certainly been other factors to Trump’s remarkable revival, there’s no question that his court fights have been an immense benefit to him.
In Iowa, Trump demonstrated his enduring influence and support among the Republican Party, securing a slim majority of the votes in a crowded candidate field.
NewsNation hosted an on-air panel with the 2024 Democratic candidates running against President Biden, but very few media outlets across the spectrum acknowledged it.
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Last weekend was our first opportunity to watch the two campaigns directly respond to each other and to get a sense of what both camps feel will be their strongest arguments in the months ahead.
Nikki Haley learned last week that the days in between Christmas and New Year's are a bad time for a gaffe.
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As the new year approaches, voices across the spectrum are predicting what 2024 has in store for the economy, the world, and the political system.
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In a 4-3 decision, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled this week that former President Donald Trump is ineligible to hold public office again.