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Nov 07 2016
How the forecast has changed: We'll be updating our forecasts every time new data is available, every day through Nov. 8.FiveThirtyEight
Jan 19 2021
Let's be honest: The right is making a forced retreat. Here's how we can make it a strategic one that sets our ideas up for better success in the long run.
Joe Biden’s inauguration is a sad day for those of us on the right, and it’s not just because — either through actual votes or through deliberate election confusion — we lost the Senate and presidency. It’s because so many of us areThe Federalist
May 27 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wind down in the United States as vaccination rates rise and communities ease their public health restrictions. The seven-day average numbers of new cases and hospitalizations in the U.S. are all at their lowest point since the beginning of the pandemic; the number of COVID-19 related deaths is also the lowest it's been since the start of last summer. As ofAllSides Staff
May 12 2016
Let's call this the most unsurprising headline of the year so far: "Marriage Increases the Odds of Surviving Cancer, Studies Find." Next thing you know they'll be discovering that salt makes you thirsty. I'm not actually belittling the science, more the opposite. Even the most cursory glance at social science data accumulated over the past, oh, 150 years provides copious evidence that weGuest Writer - Right
Jul 18 2020
As the number of new cases and deaths from the coronavirus continue to surge in Texas, a widely circulated tweet about statewide data went viral Thursday, even leading U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz to share the post.
The tweet, shared by Fox 4 anchor Steve Eagar had garnered more than 25,000 retweets and 30,000 likes by Friday afternoon, and claims that the Texas Department of State HealthPolitiFact
Apr 30 2020
More than 3.8 million people filed initial unemployment insurance claims during the week ending April 25, according to data released by the Department of Labor on Thursday morning. That brings the total number of people applying for benefits over the previous six weeks to more than 30 million.
It’s a staggering number of people who have filed for unemployment since the coronavirusVox
May 23 2020
The abundance of microplastic pollution in the oceans is likely to have been vastly underestimated, according to research that suggests there are at least double the number of particles as previously thought.
Scientists trawled waters off the coasts of the UK and US and found many more particles using nets with a fine mesh size than when using coarser ones usually used to filterThe Guardian
Oct 31 2019
The U.S. military raid resulting in the death of Islamic State founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi also yielded an array of valuable intelligence concerning the militant group and its top leaders, defense officials said, providing details that likely will lead to future operations.
The Defense officials and Pentagon leaders on Monday wouldn’t detail the intelligence recovered on Saturday, butWall Street Journal (News)
Jul 15 2020
On the afternoon of March 23, Jagath Ekanayake was finishing a cup of tea when his supervisor, James Barringer, told him to clear out. Ekanayake, a scientist, engineer and inventor at Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research Institute in New Zealand, is in charge of collecting data on soil moisture and temperature with wireless sensors. He was about to embark on a two-year ecological study toSmithsonian Magazine
Nov 25 2020
Applications for unemployment benefits rose for the second week in a row last week, the latest sign that the nationwide surge in coronavirus cases is threatening to undermine the economic recovery.
More than 827,000 people filed first-time applications for state unemployment benefits last week, the Labor Department said Wednesday. That was up 78,000 from a week earlier, before adjustingNew York Times (News)