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Sep 01 2023
Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey (D) announced Thursday that up to 250 National Guard members will be sent to assist with an influx of migrants straining the state's shelter system.
The Details: There are more than 20,000 people comprising roughly 6,000 families in the system. Of those families, 700 live in hotels and motels, some of which are understaffed. National Guard members will beNBC 10 Boston The Daily Wire WBUR
Oct 07 2019
Comedy’s recent return to the national spotlight — with new Netflix specials from Dave Chappelle and Bill Burr, and the oops-on-second-thought firing of recently-hired Saturday Night Live cast member Shane Gillis — has brought passionate attacks on offensive speech, sweeping defenses of free expression, and the prevalence of “cancel culture” to the forefront along with it.
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Aug 05 2014
Vladimir Putin is everywhere in the Western media these days – glaring at us from the cover of magazines, psychoanalyzed daily on television, lampooned as a bullying tyrant in cartoons. Most portrayals assign sinister intentions to the Russian ruler. Yet, a subtext in many accounts is that Putin is also succeeding. As Time magazine put it, “each new crisis makes him stronger.” Putin may be aPolitico
May 04 2020
A New York Times report released Monday details Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) projections that estimate up to 3,000 daily COVID-19 coronavirus deaths by June. The White House press corps responded by saying the projections have yet to be vetted by the Coronavirus Task Force, and that public health remains President Donald Trump's "top priority."
Media coverage differedNPR (Online News) Fox News (Online News) New York Times (News)
Mar 18 2023
A new analysis by an international group of researchers found evidence that COVID-19 originated from infected animals sold at a market in Wuhan, China.
The Details: A French scientist uncovered genetic data uploaded by Chinese researchers to the global virology database GISAID. The data suggested raccoon dogs sold at the market could have been carrying the virus; it disappeared from theThe Atlantic The Hill Washington Examiner
Jun 15 2018
The Story: With the release of the May jobs report, most publications across the aisle found a rare area of agreement. The numbers, they said, were inherently positive. But opinions decidedly diverge over how long the party will last, and which leader (Trump or Obama?) deserves the credit.
The Questions: How good is the economy actually doing, and who gets acknowledgement for anyBilly Binion
Nov 16 2023
The House Ethics Committee accused Rep. George Santos (R-NY) of “uncharged and unlawful conduct” on Thursday, leading Santos to announce he will not seek reelection.
Details: The committee stated that Santos’ campaign committee submitted false or incomplete forms to the Federal Election Commission, used campaign funds for personal purposes, engaged in fraudulent conduct, and violatedAssociated Press Reuters New York Post (News)
Jan 26 2022
President Joe Biden will soon have an opportunity to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court, as Justice Stephen Breyer reportedly plans to retire.
News outlets across the spectrum cited anonymous sources close to Breyer who said the 83-year-old liberal justice planned to step down at the end of the Supreme Court's current term this summer. NBC News (Lean Left bias) was first to report theFox News (Online News) Axios CNN (Online News)
Dec 13 2022
Los Angeles’s newly elected mayor Karen Bass announced she would declare a state of emergency in the city to tackle the homelessness crisis.
Key Quotes: CBS News quoted Bass stating, “I will not accept a homelessness crisis that afflicts more than 40,000 individuals and affects every one of us.” Newsweek quoted her stating, “My emergency declaration will recognize the severity of ourCBS News (Online) Fox News (Online News) Newsweek