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Feb 19 2015
Since its creation in 2001, the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has raised close to $2 billion from a vast global network that includes corporate titans, political donors, foreign governments and other wealthy interests, according to a Washington Post review of public records and newly released contribution data.
The total, representing cash and pledges reported in taxWashington Post
May 12 2013
The authors examine U.S. efforts to prevent illegal immigration to the United States. Although the United States has witnessed a sharp drop in illegal border crossings in the past decade alongside an enormous increase in government activities to prevent illegal immigration, there remains little understanding of the role enforcement has played. Better data and analyses to assist lawmakers inCouncil on Foreign Relations
Dec 01 2016
Perspectives BlogAs President-elect slowly rolls out picks for his cabinet, the public continues to find everything wrong, and right, with each one. There are still many poisitons to fill, not the least of which is Secretary of State. Of those chosen so far, some have been firm supporters of his from the campaign, while others like Nikki Haley and (possibly Mitt Romney) were Never Trump-ers. While Republicans John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Apr 19 2018
Perspectives BlogJames Comey released his new book, A Higher Loyalty, about his time in the Trump White House, evoking strong reactions from the media. Ironically, Comey was condemned across the aisle, with left-leaning and right-leaning publications asserting that some of his criticisms directed towards Trump stoop to a juvenile level. Both sides also took issue with his handling of the Clinton investigation: John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jun 14 2019
Perspectives BlogWhite House press secretary Sarah Sanders will depart her post later this month, according to President Donald Trump. In the wake of the announcement, media outlets and pundits were divided over her two-year performance. Some celebrated her tenure as successful and accused the media of treating her unfairly. Others criticized her for ceasing briefings and lying to the press; the latter was AllSides Staff
Sep 01 2014
The Internet might be a useful tool for activists and organizers, in episodes from the Arab Spring to the Ice Bucket Challenge. But over all, it has diminished rather than enhanced political participation, according to new data.
Social media, like Twitter and Facebook, has the effect of tamping down diversity of opinion and stifling debate about public affairs. It makes people lessNew York Times (News)
May 25 2017
Perspectives BlogMick Mulvaney, the White House Budget Director, revealed President Trump's budget for 2018 titled A New Foundation for American Greatness. As expected, the response has been mixed. Many people on the Left decry the cuts to social programs, while those on the Right who believe our government spending is out of control support the cuts. Trump's international visits were also big news this week. John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
May 31 2020
From The Right
This article is from an author rated Lean Right.
It’s not a secret: the media is highly partisan. Whatever the news story happens to be, a cursory glance at most news outlets shows whether they like or despise President Trump, and whether they hold liberal or conservative values. Should media outlets openly admit their bias? And would balanced news even beJohn Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jun 07 2012
The morning after Republican Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin handily rebuffed Democratic efforts to oust him, politicos in the state and beyond pored over exit poll data and turnout numbers to tease out:
A: How he did it.
B: Where Democrats failed.
My colleague Ron Elving, NPR's senior Washington editor, took a good shot at answering Question A Wednesday morning.NPR (Online News)
Jun 06 2012
WASHINGTON – The U.S. economy grew moderately in most regions of the country this spring and companies kept hiring, according to a Federal Reserve survey released Wednesday The mostly upbeat survey offered a hopeful sign after last week's more dismal data on hiring and manufacturing. Those reports sketched a picture of an economy that is slumping after a promising winter. The positive surveyFox News (Online News)