Story of the Week / February 18th, 2023 / By AllSides Staff
A train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed and crashed in East Palestine, Ohio, forcing roughly 2,000 residents to evacuate. Officials say it's safe to return, but not everyone is convinced.
Recommended Reading / November 28th, 2022 / By Upward News Editorial Team
Global leaders at the G20 summit declared the need for a global system that could stop the unvaccinated from international travel.
Story of the Week / September 8th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
As debates about COVID-19 protocols mostly die off, questions about safety, curriculum and faculty shortages remain.
Recommended Reading / May 27th, 2022 / By "The Conversation" Contributor
When the Columbine High School massacre took place in 1999 it was seen as a watershed moment in the United States – the worst mass shooting at a school in the country’s history. Now, it ranks fourth.
Story of the Week / May 26th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
The shooting that left 19 children and two teachers dead at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas renewed the debate about gun laws, accessibility and prevention.
Recommended Reading / May 23rd, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
On a political landscape that is looking increasingly unfavorable to Democrats, the potential elimination of federal protection for abortion rights is a rare issue that could work in their favor this November. But the party’s early floundering on the topic is less than reassuring.
Recommended Reading / May 12th, 2022 / By "The Conversation" Contributor
Buying drugs on the street is a game of Russian roulette. Counterfeit pills purchased in nonmedical settings may contain life-threatening amounts of fentanyl.
Story of the Week / April 21st, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
A federal judge overturned the federal mask mandate for airplanes and public transportation this week, and the Biden administration is seeking an appeal.
AllStances / April 13th, 2022 / By Antonio Ferme
What are the arguments for and against abortion? Is abortion murder, or is abortion a constitutional right and a woman’s choice that should be protected?
Bias / January 18th, 2022 / By Antonio Ferme
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.
Bias / January 4th, 2022 / By Antonio Ferme
Donald Trump praised the COVID-19 vaccine during an interview with Candace Owens, which briefly sparked a rare common ground between Trump and President Biden.
Story of the Week / December 23rd, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
As the seemingly mild but more contagious Omicron variant spreads, President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday a new plan to distribute millions of at-home COVID-19 tests.
Facts & Data / December 8th, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
American public opinion on legalizing marijuana has shifted drastically over the past couple decades.
AllStances / December 8th, 2021 / By Antonio Ferme
Should the US federally enforce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, or should employees have a choice between vaccination and regular testing?
Recommended Reading / November 19th, 2021 / By Oto Moto
Now that kids ages 5 to 11 are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination and the number of fully vaccinated people in the U.S. is rising, many people may be wondering what the endgame is for COVID-19.
Facts & Data / November 17th, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
What concerns do parents most often cite when choosing not to vaccinate their children against COVID-19, and how are partisan outlets covering the recent CDC recommendation?
Recommended Reading / November 10th, 2021 / By Jacob Hess
Do we as parents really know enough to go along with this big step?
Story of the Week / October 28th, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
Young kids in the U.S. will soon be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, raising questions about safety, efficacy and necessity among parents nationwide.
Recommended Reading / September 10th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
The president realized that he had to get much tougher, much louder and much angrier.
Recommended Reading / August 5th, 2021 / By Jackson Lanzer
Both Democrats and Republicans have begun to fight for improved and expanded mental health resources.