As the new year approaches, voices across the spectrum are predicting what 2024 has in store for the economy, the world, and the political system.
Whether the U.S. sends more aid to Ukraine or not, the immigration debate will sound a lot different in the years ahead than it has in the past.
Statistics released this week showed students across the developed world struggling with math, including American students, who achieved an all-time low average score. Many mainstream media outlets across the spectrum covered the story, but showed negativity bias in the framing of how U.S. students performed.
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.
President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping met this week after a bad year for US-China relations.
It’s entirely possible that by next November, analysts could look back at the Israel-Hamas war as a key contributing factor in Biden’s defeat.
Polarized language obscures nuanced perspectives on the Israel-Hamas conflict by framing empathy for victims as support for the worst actions of the leaders and militaries associated with them.
Americans don’t talk much about peace. But it turns out they care about it a lot – they just don’t talk about it the way people who have experienced war or civil conflict do. Instead of using the word peace, Americans are more likely to say that they care deeply about safety and security and issues like terrorism, crime, illegal drugs and immigration.
A leak of sensitive documents from the Pentagon sparked a federal investigation and worldwide scrutiny of the U.S. military.
Protestors recently took to the streets in Tbilisi, Georgia to express their discontent with a new law that they believed would impede their chances at a European future.
Biden made a surprise visit to the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, meeting with President Zelenskyy and pledging to continue military aid.
News outlets and other organizations published articles detailing recommended ways readers could donate to or otherwise help earthquake victims.
The latest addition to tensions between the U.S. and China led to biased media coverage on the Biden administration’s response.
Philadelphia Flyers star defenseman Ivan Provorov stoked media frenzy and bias by opting out of the team's Pride night celebrations last week.
In Part 8 of the Twitter Files, journalist Lee Fang revealed the military’s overseas psychological operations on the platform.
Our country’s growing fondness for isolationism is poised to cause great problems with our allies.
Global leaders at the G20 summit declared the need for a global system that could stop the unvaccinated from international travel.
Escalated Russian strikes on Ukraine and threats from President Vladimir Putin have raised new concerns about the conflict.
With the United States consistently oscillating between isolationist and interventionist periods depending on the political climate, views about foreign policy tend to shift with the times. Even so, party divisions exist on this issue, as does common ground.