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Apr 13 2023
Across the political spectrum, news sources and pundits have shown concern that Twitter has censored links to Substack, a popular platform among independent writers.
On April 7, Twitter users started to notice that Twitter was marking tweets with Substack links as unsafe. It also began to disable likes, replies, and retweets for tweets with Substack links. Twitter users are speculatingClare Ashcraft
May 19 2023
The Australian police are investigating why an experienced officer used a Taser on a 95-year-old woman who had approached him “at a slow pace” while holding a steak knife. The woman, Clare Nowland, who is 5-foot-2 and 95 pounds, uses a walker and has dementia. She was left in critical condition after a senior constable used the weapon on her on Wednesday morning in the care facility where sheNew York Times (News)
May 19 2023
An elderly Australian woman with dementia was left in critical condition after being tased by police at a nursing home early Wednesday morning. Clare Nowland, a 95-year-old grandmother, sustained life-threatening injuries when the electric weapon caused her to collapse and hit her head at the Yallambee Lodge facility in Cooma, New South Wales, according to reports. Local police confirmedDaily Beast
May 07 2023
An 11-run 2nd inning propels the Chicago White Sox to a 17-4 victory and series win vs. the Cincinnati Reds
It was an innocent start to a record-breaking inning for the Chicago White Sox. The Sox scored 11 runs in the second, hammering the Cincinnati Reds 17-4 in front of 20,338 at Great American Ball Park. The 11 runs set a team record for a second inning, topping the previous mark of 10 on July 28, 1935, against the St. Louis Browns. “I liked everything about it,” manager Pedro Grifol said of theChicago Tribune
Apr 01 2023
April Fools' Day 2023
Congress passed a bipartisan bill on April 1, titled the “Balanced News Elimination Act,” to ban AllSides.com on government devices, with both sides of the aisle citing different reasons.
“The mission of companies like AllSides is deceptive,” a Biden Administration spokesperson said, "They purport to be a unifying force, but they have users from MAGAClare Ashcraft
Mar 07 2023
You should be on the lookout for bias and misinformation in all media — even when you're browsing music or listening to podcasts.
In January 2022, Spotify created a hub for COVID-19 information in response to controversy around Joe Rogan’s podcast. AllSides found that Spotify’s COVID-19 information hub shows media bias by omitting sources on the right.
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Mar 27 2023
As fentanyl overdoses continue to skyrocket in the U.S., questions about where it comes from and how to deal with it are driving media bias and divides in coverage.
During the week of March 13, the Drug Enforcement Administration captured over 900 pounds of fentanyl at the U.S.-Mexico border in an operation dubbed "Blue Lotus." This operation was a reaction to the mass drugs enteringClare Ashcraft
Apr 18 2023
Believe it or not, it's been five years since the primetime TV series "Nashville" — the country music drama that helped usher in a boom of tourism and transplants in the real Music City — aired its final episode. But here's some great news for diehard fans: "Nashville" is coming back. Not to the screen, but the stage. Cast members Clare Bowen, Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson and Sam PalladioThe Tennessean
Mar 29 2023
FLORIDA — The culinary scene in Florida is represented in the 2023 Restaurant and Chef Awards nominees announced Wednesday by the James Beard Foundation.
“The James Beard Awards celebrate outstanding achievement and exceptional culinary talent, as well as all those doing incredible work on behalf of our communities and wider food system," said Clare Reichenbach, the James BeardPatch.com
Apr 15 2023
[1/15] Apr 15, 2023; Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Cristian Pache (19) wears a shirt in honor of Jackie Robinson Day during batting practice before a game with the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports April 15 - Wil Myers homered twice, drove in five runs and played spectacular defense in support of six shutoutReuters