On Nov. 19, a 22-year-old suspect entered Club Q in Colorado Springs, shot and killed five people, and wounded several more. Here’s how coverage of the shooting has differed on the left and right.
Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was hospitalized after being attacked at his San Francisco home Friday.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s personal residence being searched by the FBI, the left and the right have had very different reactions.
The divide over which riots mattered more was evidenced by a recent discussion between two AllSides team members.
From the Left Stories like the U.K. heat wave and President Joe Biden’s poll numbers have been top news across the political spectrum for the past week. On Monday, however, Fox News (Right bias) used the top spot on its homepage to tie gun violence in Portland, Oregon to Democrats, “...
Many are questioning why Illinois's gun safety laws didn't prevent the suspect in the country's latest mass shooting from buying several guns legally despite previous run-ins with police.
One testimony from the hearings has been particularly overlooked, but no words from these hearings will end up mattering more.
In the wake of recent mass shootings, politicians and activists are convening to work on preventative measures and potential new gun laws.
The ambiguity is the result of decades of partisan politics and public confusion about the characteristics of certain guns.
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.
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.
On subjects such as allowing handgun ownership and conducting background checks for gun sales, majorities of the U.S. public are seeing eye-to-eye.
Interested in getting next week’s story and other AllSides newsletters in your inbox? Click here to subscribe to the AllSides Story of the Week Newsletter. A mass shooting in Buffalo, New York on Saturday left 10 dead and sparked a national conversation on race, violence, and "replacement...
The media's coverage of “antifascist” or “Antifa” movements can be used as an indication that they have biases, and the style of how it is presented by various outlets may offer insight into what they think about this group.
Left- and center-rated outlets have focused more than right-rated sources on the Jan. 6 committee's investigations, the trials of Jan. 6 rioters and who they are, and Trump's role and culpability.
AllSides staff discussed the result of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and how the media portrayed it, in our Instagram Live show.
The trial is another reminder of how polarized and deeply divided a nation we have become.
Biased news media often highlight stories that evoke negative emotion and disdain for the other side over other subjects.
The emotional trial has been covered heavily by media across the spectrum, but the narratives often differ.
Amid a recent surge in violent crime and shootings, Americans' concerns about crime are at a four-year high. An ABC News / Washington Post poll conducted in June found that 59% of Americans believe crime is an “extremely” or “very” serious problem. At least 150 people were killed in...