Following news of his death, Western writers across the spectrum praised Navalny's efforts and advocacy for democratic reforms in Russia.
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.
When Tucker Carlson confirmed he was in Moscow to interview Russian President Vladimir Putin, a report surfaced that he could be sanctioned by the EU for such a venture, spurring bias by omission.
News media on the left and right showed bias in coverage of Tucker Carlson’s (Right bias) interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which was released on Feb. 8.
A plane from the Kremlin's Presidential Fleet spent 54 hours in Washington D.C. right before the Christmas holiday, but the federal government and mainstream media neglected to acknowledge its presence.
With several new reports emerging about the conditions in Ukraine, many key narratives the U.S. government and mainstream media have long reported as fact should be questioned and examined for potential media bias.
Notable fact checking coverage across the spectrum this week delved into the Kremlin's stance on 5G, political weaponization of the DOJ, and the Washington Post's coverage of Joe Biden.
As inflation continues to rise, media outlets have claimed one specific individual, or action is to blame. The truth is more nuanced.
Escalated Russian strikes on Ukraine and threats from President Vladimir Putin have raised new concerns about the conflict.
There have been mounting calls from Ukrainian and other activists and political leaders to prosecute Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes in Ukraine, including authorizing attacks on civilians. There has also been public skepticism that this could actually happen.
Missile strikes continued this week around the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, despite claims from Russia that its objectives there were complete.
While accusations of “propaganda” are nothing new in American media, such accusations have taken on a new life since Russia began moving troops to the Ukrainian border.
Putin's ordering of his nation’s troops into Ukraine also overturned the White House's plans for Biden’s re-coming out party.
Russia's military buildup along its border with Ukraine has sparked fears of an invasion and military mobilization from the U.S. and other European allies.
President Joe Biden traversed Europe over the past week, meeting with multiple foreign leaders in the first international trip of his administration. He met with the leaders of the G7 nations in the United Kingdom last week; some big stories were their commitment to sending 1 billion...
After meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, President Trump sparked bipartisan outrage when he publicly accepted Putin's denials of election meddling. He later backtracked, stating that he meant to say the opposite . While his remarks received criticism across the...
After Syrian President Assad allegedly carried out a chemical weapons attack on his own people last week, Donald Trump unleashed a missile strike on a Syrian air base the night of April 6th. Since then, Russia has condemned the attacks but accusations are swirling that Putin had prior...
This was not a slow news week. As we write this, the nation is still processing another senseless mass shooting , a hotly debated trade deal was reached , and Kevin McCarthy shocked the political world by dropping out of the House speaker race . And that’s just for starters. It was a...