Media Bias Alert: Divided Coverage of Harris Fuels Filter Bubbles

There are — as there almost always are —more than two sides to Vice President Kamala Harris’ management of her immigration assignment from President Joe Biden. But for the dedicated followers of biased media, it’s likely only one “reality” prevails. As you’ll see from the headlines shown...
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Odd Couples: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia

The friendship between Supreme Court icons Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia seemed quite impossible. Among other things, the two bonded over their love of opera — but theirs was a relationship built on so much more — they laughed together, traveled together, and shared real mutual respect.
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Story of the Week: Record Number of Job Openings, but Hiring Slower Than Expected

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 9.3 million job openings this week, the highest amount since it began tracking the number in 2000 and a good sign for the economy's COVID-19 recovery. Despite this, hiring is lagging behind; the economy added 559,000 jobs in May , more than double...
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When There Are No More Rabbits in Nancy Pelosi’s Hat

From The Center This view is from an author rated as Center. When an armed mob invades the U.S. Capitol and threatens the lives of their elected representatives, it seems reasonable to investigate the causes for the insurrection to keep it from happening again. But for congressional...
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