Story of the Week / May 18th, 2023 / By AllSides Staff
OpenAI's CEO called for regulation of AI this week, raising questions about how to mitigate the risks of new generative AI platforms like ChatGPT.
Story of the Week / December 22nd, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
Troves of apparent communications between Twitter and government agencies have been made public as part of the releases.
Bias / May 7th, 2022 / By Antonio Ferme
Some media outlets across the spectrum have failed to be transparent with Americans when highlighting the opinions of figures financially tied to defense contractors.
Recommended Reading / April 26th, 2022 / By Divided We Fall (author)
Would reinstating congressional earmarks improve or hinder legislative gridlock as well as bipartisanship?
Recommended Reading / April 22nd, 2022 / By Stephen Perkins
Many climate activists today believe that if Congress doesn’t act on climate change right now, we have no chance of survival. But the truth is, we have a number of reasons to be hopeful.
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?
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 / April 30th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
The era of small government is over. Technically speaking, there was never really an era of small government in modern America history. It was more of a rhetorical device and overall attitude toward government spending than a set of policies that were ever enacted. But when Bill Clinton...
News / April 15th, 2021 / By Joseph Ratliff
Georgia’s newest voting legislation has stirred up a hurricane of political sensationalism and media bias this month, leaving much of the public confused about what the law actually does and why it remains controversial. The bill, titled “Election Integrity Act of 2021” or SB 202 , was...
Recommended Reading / February 26th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
From the Center This viewpoint is from a writer rated Center. Most Americans do not know who the parliamentarian of the U.S. Senate is. In fact, most Americans do not know that there is a U.S. Senate parliamentarian. But the position is held by a woman by the name of Elizabeth MacDonough...
Recommended Reading / January 27th, 2021 / By Bella Jasper
From the Left Editor's Note: This viewpoint is from a writer rated Lean Left. In 2020, Americans experienced many natural disasters, including record-setting fires in California and Colorado, and some of the most tropical systems ever to make landfall. By September, the country already...
Story of the Week / November 26th, 2020 / By AllSides Staff
Sign up here to receive the Story of the Week in your inbox every Thursday. Due to public health concerns and instructions from authorities, many Americans are reconsidering their Thanksgiving celebrations amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Public health experts have advised against...
Recommended Reading / October 20th, 2020 / By Dan Schnur
Dianne Feinstein has served in the U.S. Senate since 1992, longer than all but four of her colleagues. Only seven Senators other than Feinstein have held their seats for more years than Susan Collins, who won her first campaign four years later. Both the California Democrat and the Maine...
News / July 6th, 2020 / By Dan Schnur
Has anybody seen our Congress? In a time of worldwide pandemic, deep recession and heightened racial tensions, the first branch of government just left town. Again. To be fair, the two-week Fourth of July recess is a regularly scheduled part of the legislative calendar that allows members...
Story of the Week / June 18th, 2020 / By Henry A. Brechter
Sign up here to receive the Story of the Week in your inbox every Thursday. Concerns about a possible COVID-19 coronavirus resurgence are being met with conflicting statements from leaders and health experts. Some health experts say the first wave of the virus has yet to subside, while...
Story of the Week / April 23rd, 2020 / By Henry A. Brechter
Sign up here to receive the Story of the Week in your inbox every Thursday. Protests against lockdown measures and social distancing guidelines happened throughout the U.S. in the past week, as people grow restless with the coronavirus-induced economic shutdown. Some protesters still...
Story of the Week / April 16th, 2020 / By Henry A. Brechter
Sign up here to receive the Story of the Week in your inbox every Thursday. President Donald Trump's administration and state governors are developing plans to ease social distancing guidelines once conditions are deemed safe enough. The rough plan aims to lift some social distancing...