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Nov 09 2023
Following the third Republican presidential debate of the 2024 campaign Wednesday night, AllSides found media outlets on the left mentioned former President Donald Trump the most out of all GOP candidates (Trump was absent on the stage), and outlets on the right mentioned U.N Ambassador Nikki Haley the most.
This was a contrast from the first debate and second debate, in which similarAndrew Weinzierl
Aug 23 2023
The Biden Administration placed new restrictions on oil and gas companies operating out of the Gulf of Mexico after settling with a coalition of environmental groups seeking to protect the endangered Rice whale species. Coverage of the story from Fox News (Right bias) framed the new restrictions exclusively through the voices of those critical of the new rules.
This specific caseClare Ashcraft
Aug 14 2023
The Washington Post (Lean Left bias) recently ran a profile of Palestinian group al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, labeled a terrorist organization by the U.S. and Israel.What Happened?
In the piece, The Washington Post made the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade sound sympathetic and omitted mentioning its victims. This brought accusations that it was a “puff piece” legitimizing a terror group.Clare Ashcraft
Jul 10 2023
A Republican meeting in Michigan turned into fight night on Saturday when two local GOP figures got into a physical brawl over access to the event. James Chapman, a Republican from Wayne County, told the Detroit News he was outside the meeting at the Doherty Hotel in Clare. He was hoping to get inside and jigged the door handle. Clare County Republican Party Chair Mark DeYoung came to the doorJoeMyGod
Aug 23 2023
University of Nebraska systems President Ted Carter announced yesterday he will leave Nebraska to become the next president of The Ohio State University. Carter will serve as NU’s president through December and begin his term with OSU at the start of next year. Below are statements from leaders within the state and the University of Nebraska. Clare emphasized the NU Board of Regents’ focus onThe Daily Nebraskan
Aug 02 2023
This is an opinion from the center.
Governor Spencer Cox (R-Utah) just assumed leadership of the National Governors Association, and made polarization his key issue.
Cox has put out videos to raise awareness for his “Disagree Better” Campaign, including one with Democratic Gov. Jared Polis (CO) where they spoke together about the necessity of the cause.
I heard CoxClare Ashcraft
Jul 24 2023
The new Barbie movie, which premiered on July 21, 2023, made $155 million on opening weekend. But the movie has not come without controversy, primarily through critiques from select Republicans.
Both left- and right-rated sources showed clear bias on whether they agree with conservative critiques of the film.
How the Left Covered It Minimized Ginger Gaetz’s Clare Ashcraft
Oct 16 2023
Hamas’ attack on Israel and subsequent declaration of war by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu caught the world by surprise.
The news caused a massive rift around the world, with many countries taking sides in the war – such as the United States reaffirming its support to Israel and saying it will supply the country with military support to combat Hamas.
News media outlets alsoAllSides Staff
Aug 09 2023
Bell homers from both sides, De La Cruz goes deep in ninth as Marlins scratch out series win in Cincinnati
CINCINNATI — Josh Bell homered twice and drove in four runs, Bryan De La Cruz hit the go-ahead shot in the ninth and the Miami Marlins rallied late for a 5-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday. Trailing 4-1, Bell hit a game-tying three-run home run in the eighth inning before De La Cruz led off the ninth by going the opposite way to right field against Alexis Diaz (3-4). Bell gaveSun Sentinel
Jul 30 2023
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Elly De La Cruz, Joey Votto and Matt McLain homered, and the Cincinnati Reds routed the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 on Sunday to take over sole possession of first place in the NL Central. De La Cruz went 4 for 5 and scored twice as the Reds rapped out 14 hits in taking two of three from the NL West-leading Dodgers. It was LA’s worst loss since a 15-0 defeat to San Francisco onWTOP