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Sep 20 2022
Inflation remains high despite falling prices of key goods, and rising housing costs are a main reason why.
Annual inflation eased to 8.3% in August from 8.5% in July, according to the Labor Department. But while prices of gasoline and used cars fell and rising food costs slowed slightly, the cost of shelter continued to rise. Housing costs, including rents and home prices, rose 0.7% inThe Epoch Times Insider Wall Street Journal (News)
Sep 17 2022
The feud between California Governor Gavin Newsom and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, both of which are rumored to be considering a Presidential run in the near future, has escalated following the transporting of migrants to northern Democrat-run cities by southern Republican politicians. A surge in immigration at the southern border has become a leading issue in the lead up to the midtermAxios Fox News (Online News) CBS News (Online)
Apr 02 2021
U.S. employers added 916,000 jobs in March, and the unemployment rate dropped to 6%, according to the Labor Department. This was the largest job growth in seven months.
The job growth occurred across most industries, as more vaccinations and fewer business restrictions appeared to advance market recovery.New York Times (News) Wall Street Journal (News) Washington Examiner
Sep 22 2016
As discussed in Part I and Part II of this series, police brutality and racism have people drawing sides. Often the sources from which we choose to gather information, whether it’s the media or our community, comes with a bias that prevents us from seeing the big picture. Many of us tend to focus on one aspect of the problem without considering, or sometimes even being aware of,Beth Ballentine
Feb 23 2017
Perspectives BlogThe administration is taking actions to increase arrests and deportations of illegal immigrants, supposedly prioritizing those who break more serious laws. Trump and many of his supporters feel the previous administration was too lax, while others considered President Obama to be the "Deporter in Chief" after reportedly deporting a record 2.5 million people. Trump seemingly wants to meet and John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Aug 12 2022
Sources across the political spectrum reported Friday that the FBI recovered classified documents from Mar-a-Lago, including some marked as top secret.
While reports suggest that the FBI sought classified documents about nuclear weapons in its Mar-a-Lago raid, former President Donald Trump is denying that assertion and pushing the Justice Department to unseal the search warrant. TheReuters Fox News (Online News) The Guardian
Sep 27 2016
The issue of police brutality doesn’t have to be a subject that divides us.
As discussed in parts I, II and III of this four-part series, we don’t have to choose between supporting police officers and defending abused minorities. Not only is it possible to talk about police brutality without picking sides, it’s absolutely essential.
Evidence showsBeth Ballentine
Jan 26 2017
Perspectives BlogDonald Trump has been president for almost a week now. And it's been a busy week. On Saturday, the new president signed his first executive order which signaled the start to dismantling to Obamacare. Monday morning Trump announced the US would be pulling out of TPP. On Tuesday, Trump signed executive orders funding both the Keystone and DAPL pipelines. Wednesdayhe vowed that there will be major John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jan 19 2017
Perspectives BlogThe confirmation hearings began this week for Trump's cabinet picks. The nominees faced questions both personal and professional, both ethical and hypothetical. Sen. Al Franken stated that he expects some cabinet picks to be confirmed by the end of the week, while other senators are looking to further question some candidates. There have been a few heated exchanges and many "talked about" John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Dec 09 2020
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he would intervene in the lawsuit filed at the U.S. Supreme Court by Texas against four battleground states.
It's not clear if Trump plans to intervene through the Justice Department or through his own campaign. He will need to petition the Supreme Court to be allowed to intervene.Fox News (Online News) Bloomberg The Hill