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Nov 23 2022
On November 15, 2022, Donald Trump ended over a year of speculation and launched his bid to become U.S. President in the 2024 presidential election. AllSides analyzed potential media bias around this development.
Here were some of the top words used in coverage of the announcement from some left- and right-rated news media, from to our analysis of ten outlets:AllSides Staff
Sep 21 2022
Satisfaction in government schools has been declining for years, even before the stress test of pandemic response resulted in spectacular failure by the public system. Now we have evidence that students lost ground during school closures and fumbled efforts to teach kids who weren't physically present in the classroom. Democrats and Republicans who otherwise disagree on so much regardingReason
Jul 18 2022
Steve Bannon, who once served as former President Donald Trump's chief strategist, goes on trial Monday for defying a subpoena from the House select committee that's investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Bannon was indicted in November on two counts of contempt of Congress after he failed to appear for a deposition before the committee or provide requestedNPR (Online News)
Feb 04 2022
Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Adam Laxalt on Friday doubled down on the well-documented lie that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
Laxalt spoke before an energetic crowd of Southern Nevada supporters during a campaign stop in Henderson.The Reno Gazette-Journal
Aug 04 2022
WNBA star Brittney Griner was found guilty on drug charges by a Russian court on Thursday, concluding a trial that has captured national attention and reached the highest levels of U.S. diplomacy.
Why it matters: Griner's conviction comes nearly six months after she was arrested at a Moscow airport in February, when Russian authorities said they found a vape cartridge with hashish oilAxios
Jun 03 2022
Former Trump White House adviser Peter Navarro was indicted by a grand jury on contempt of Congress charges Friday for defying subpoenas from the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Department of Justice announced.
"Former White House advisor Peter K. Navarro has been indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of contempt of CongressABC News (Online)
Jul 22 2022
MENTONE, Texas — On a December day in 2021, Loving County Judge Skeet Jones, 71, climbed atop an oilfield tank surrounded by wide-open Texas desert dressed in a business suit and toting a pair of binoculars, hoping to spot an elusive black bull.
What Jones most likely didn’t realize from his steel perch as he scanned the horizon: He, too, was being watched as part of a cattle-rustlingNBC News (Online)
Jul 27 2022
After a long and much-publicized interruption, Chris Cuomo wants to get after it again.
Cuomo, who made that phrase the mission statement for his 9 p.m. program on CNN, is taking his bulldog demeanor and lean-in anchoring style to NewsNation, the still-nascent news outlet backed by large station owner Nexstar Media, which has in recent months made a series of acquisitions aimed atVariety
Mar 11 2022
Do consumers notice when their everyday products get smaller? Often they don’t and companies are taking advantage by reducing the amount of product they sell while keeping prices the same. Shrinking product sizes to pad profits is not a new tactic but it grows in popularity during periods of shortages and inflation. Some consumers are noticing and documenting their shrinking groceries on theQuartz
May 30 2016
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says Edward Snowden performed a "public service" by triggering a debate over surveillance techniques, but still must pay a penalty for illegally leaking a trove of classified intelligence documents.
"We can certainly argue about the way in which Snowden did what he did, but I think that he actually performed a public service by raising the debateCNN (Online News)