AllSides analyzed top stories about the second Republican debate, including top words used on each side, which candidates' names were mentioned more, and disparities in coverage.
Both in business and politics, Trump has always enjoyed portraying himself as someone who fights against long odds to achieve improbable victories. But he has always been protected by the generosity of others.
As AllSides continues to track the 2024 elections, this blog is tracking major news, updates, poll data and examples of media bias.
The prevailing consensus among conservatives is that the indictments against Trump represent an attempt to stop the former president’s elevation to the Republican nomination as president. But what if exactly the opposite is true?
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is facing calls to step down from his leadership position over concerns about his health.
The former president and 2024 GOP frontrunner again made history last week when he became the first former U.S. president to have his mugshot taken while he was arrested in Georgia on racketeering charges.
It is more apparent than ever that Trump's imprint on the party will not fade, no matter how his own story concludes. But the non-Trump conservatives who have survived his years in power see an opportunity for a comeback.
The first Republican debate was held Wednesday night, offering the non-Trump candidates a chance to plead their case for the nomination. How did they do?
AllSides analyzed top stories about the Republican presidential debate from top news outlets across the political spectrum to identify trends and disparities in coverage, including types of media bias. Here’s what we found.
Since it appears that a judge and jury will not derail Trump from his current path to the nomination, the task falls to the candidates running against him. But that will require at least some of them to be willing to confront him rather than continuing to hope that primary voters change their minds on their own.
Republicans are still more likely to line up with business on most regulatory and tax issues, but the cultural differences between Wall Street and MAGA warriors are becoming harder to ignore.
The field for the Republican nomination grew this week as three new names entered the race.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced he is running for the Republican nomination in a bid to lead the "great American comeback."
In an election season when Republican elephants and Democratic donkeys are poised for a fierce battle for control in Washington, it’s beginning to look like next year’s elections could be decided by a mouse.
The same nonthreatening persona that keeps Biden from scaring swing voters also prevents him from doing much to inspire his party’s base.
If the GOP is clueless on how to deal with abortion politics, Democrats seem to be just as baffled by how to navigate the equally-charged debate over immigration policy.
It seems likely that GOP voters' support for U.S. aid to Ukraine will continue to shrink as the war continues.
As long as members of his caucus disregard pragmatism, McCarthy's path forward will be precarious.