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Nov 09 2023
NEWS RELEASE COURTESY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA SYSTEM. University of Nebraska Board of Regents Chairman Tim Clare announced today that he will recommend the appointment of Chris Kabourek, a 26-year veteran of the university who currently serves as senior vice president and chief financial officer, as interim president at the Board’s Dec. 1 meeting. If confirmed by the full Board, KabourekFox Nebraska KFXL
Oct 31 2023
While there is much talk about the 2024 presidential election, the 2023 elections are approaching fast. Here are some of the races and issues we’re watching.
Click here to find out what is on your ballot this election day.Ballot Issues
On Nov. 7, voters in Ohio, Colorado, Texas, New York, and Maine will vote on 28 ballot measures and on Nov. 18 Louisiana voters will vote onClare Ashcraft
Dec 19 2023
Should the U.S. government continue aiding Israel's efforts to eliminate Hamas?
Explore all perspectives, stances, and arguments for and against current U.S. involvement in Israel and Palestine with AllStances™ by AllSides.
The United States Should Provide Unconditional Israel Military Support
The U.S. should protect Israel, its great ally, from terror threats.AllSides Staff
Nov 08 2023
A new AllSides bias analysis found NewsBreak has a Lean Left bias, as it predominantly curates from Left-Leaning media outlets. AllSides conducted a three-week review of NewsBreak, a news aggregator, in September 2023. NewsBreak’s “National News” section displayed far more articles with a AllSides Media Bias Rating™ of Lean Left than those with a Left, Center, Lean Right or Right rating.AllSides Staff
Dec 07 2023
This is a perspective from authors with a Lean Right bias, Center bias, and Left bias.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most polarizing and complex geopolitical issues since the Second World War.
There have been protests for both sides in almost every major country, resulting in many altercations between pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protestors. AsMultiple Writers - Mixed
Oct 04 2023
Dianne Feinstein, previously the U.S.’s oldest sitting senator, died at 90 on September 29, 2023. The California Democrat was mourned across the aisle.In the Senate
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said he and his wife were “actual friends” with Feinstein, who had gifted him “a small depiction of the Capitol” as a wedding gift that still hangs on his wall. “Dianne was aClare Ashcraft
Oct 03 2023
The national debt re-entered the political discourse last week as the nation narrowly averted a government shutdown. How big of an issue is the national debt, and why do Democrats and Republicans disagree on it?The National Debt In Context
The national debt has remained at record levels since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, when it hit an all-time high of 135% of U.S. GDP.Clare Ashcraft
Nov 14 2023
Perspectives BlogAnalysis from the Center
For decades, there have been debates on the ethics and dangers of publishing the writings of mass shooters. News outlets have established standards and practices when reporting on both the identities of mass shooters and their manifestos, with some outlets opting not to disclose any personal information or the writings of the shooters, and others disclosing all knownMultiple Writers - Center
Sep 25 2023
This is a perspective from the Center.
Editor's note: The concept for this blog and some examples within it come from a speech Jonathan Rauch gave entitled “Polarization and Propaganda” at the 2023 Braver Angels Convention in Gettysburg, PA. Rauch is an author, activist, and journalist. He is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution (Center) and contributing writer at the AtlanticClare Ashcraft
Sep 08 2023
This is an opinion from the center.
Luke Combs recently released a cover of Tracy Chapman’s song “Fast Car.” His cover sits at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. Why does “Fast Car” continue to resonate with Americans across differences?The Original “Fast Car”
Chapman initially released “Fast Car” in 1988. Her performance of it at the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute in LondonClare Ashcraft