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Nov 13 2018
After a deeply polarized election, what's next for the U.S.?
Despite the pervasiveness of technologies that connect us, it seems our communities are more deeply divided and polarized than ever. Media bias is only making things worse. It's time to break out of our filter bubbles. Let's go beyond speaking to people who already agree with us and reading biased news that rarely helps us toJulie Mastrine
Dec 16 2021
The claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump has underscored most political discourse in the U.S. for over a year. There is no evidence that voter fraud led to Trump’s defeat. But some on the right and elsewhere hold a broader definition of “stolen” in this case.What Left-Rated Media Does Frame claims of stolen election as baseless Henry A. Brechter
Aug 06 2020
For 20th straight week, more than 1 million Americans filed jobless claims even as enhanced benefits expired
The number of newly filed unemployed insurance claims dropped last week after two straight weeks of rising, but it remains well above historic pre-pandemic levels, according to Labor Department data.
It marked the 20th straight week that more than 1 million Americans filed jobless claims.
A total of 1.19 million people filed new claims last week, down from 1.43 million the weekWashington Post
Mar 23 2020
CDC says coronavirus survived in Princess Cruise ship cabins for up to 17 days after passengers left
The coronavirus survived for up to 17 days aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, living far longer on surfaces than previous research has shown, according to new data published Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The study examined the Japanese and U.S. government efforts to contain the COVID-19 outbreaks on the Carnival-owned Diamond Princess ship in Japan andCNBC
Jan 20 2020
The financial cards are stacked against women who want but are denied an abortion, as they and their children are more likely to spend years living in poverty than those able to end their pregnancies, a new study suggests. Those compelled to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term are far more likely to experience eviction, bankruptcy and be mired in debt, according to the findings released MondayCBS News (Online)
May 14 2020
A total of 2,981,000 more Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week, bringing the total number of jobless claims filed amid the coronavirus pandemic to more than 36 million, according to the Department of Labor.
Since late March, millions of Americans have lost their jobs as states shuttered their economies to stop the virus's spread. New unemployment filings peaked at aABC News (Online)
Feb 25 2016
Tonight, President Obama will give his eighth (and final) State of the Union address before a Congress that has grown increasingly partisan and ideological during his Presidency.
And while there is plenty of anecdotal evidence that Congress has become more dysfunctional and divided over the years, it turns out the data also confirms this to be true.CrowdPAC
Aug 13 2021
How Liberals and Conservatives Blindly Rated the Bias of Breitbart, The Daily Caller, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and Yahoo News
We asked people across the political spectrum to blindly rate the bias of Breitbart, The Daily Caller, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and Yahoo News in our July 2021 AllSides Blind Bias Survey. A total of 1,734 people across the political spectrum blindly rated the bias of content from these news outlets.
The survey confirmed our bias ratings for Breibart (Right), The GuardianAllSides Staff
Sep 28 2012
The federal government racked up an almost $780 billion deficit in the first six months of the 2012 fiscal year, according to data from the Congressional Budget Office.CNN (Online News)
Oct 30 2020
In Alabama, a Black man with Parkinson's disease and asthma asked a court to allow curbside voting but was turned down by the U.S. Supreme Court. In Florida, 700,000 felons trying to regain their right to vote were hampered by five judges appointed by President Donald Trump. In Arkansas, three judges appointed by Republican presidents told elderly residents worried about COVID-19 exposure theyUSA TODAY