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Aug 05 2019
“29 people were killed and about 50 injured in less than 24 hours” in two mass shootings. “In the Texas border city of El Paso, a gunman opened fire Saturday morning in a shopping area packed with thousands of people during the busy back-to-school season. The attack killed 20 and wounded more than two dozen, many of them critically. Hours later in Dayton, Ohio, a gunman wearing body armor andThe Flip Side
Oct 11 2023
Israeli leaders set aside partisan differences to form an emergency unity government in response to Hamas’ latest attacks.
The Details: Former Defense Minister Benny Gantz met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Wednesday morning, and lawyers from the Likud and National Unity parties stayed behind to iron out the details. According to a statement, “no bills or government decisionsBBC News Fox News (Online News) Associated Press
Sep 06 2012
Democrats broke yet another barrier Wednesday when they invited an illegal immigrant young adult onto the stage at their nominating convention in Charlotte Ã¢â‚¬â€ part of a historic Hispanic outreach program the party hopes will cement ties to the fast-growing ethnic voting bloc in the country. Its likely the first time an illegal immigrant has taken the podium at a major party convention,Washington Times
Oct 16 2023
Israel says its airstrikes in Gaza are justified retaliation for Hamas’ deadly terror attacks — labeled by some as a pogrom against Jews. Some Arab voices say it’s a pretext for genocide against Palestinians.
For Context: Israeli authorities said about 1,300 were killed in Hamas’ October 7 attacks; as of Saturday, the Palestinian health ministry said about 2,000 had been killed in GazaNew York Post (Opinion) Foreign Policy Al Jazeera
Jul 25 2023
Hunter Biden has sold at least $1.3 million of his artwork since 2021, and one of the buyers was appointed to a federal commission by President Joe Biden in 2022.
The Details: According to Insider (Lean Left bias), philanthropist and Democratic donor Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali purchased at least one of the paintings. President Biden appointed her to the Commission for the Preservation ofNew York Post (News) Insider Washington Free Beacon
Aug 27 2019
lipping through his social studies textbook as a seventh grader in the 1970s, John F. Baker Jr. was stopped cold by an old black-and-white photo of four African Americans dressed in 1890s finery in front of a plantation home. The unidentified woman in the photo staring seriously out at him reminded him of his grandmother – and a tickle of curiosity was triggered every time he opened the bookChristian Science Monitor
Jun 10 2021
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 9.3 million job openings this week, the highest amount since it began tracking the number in 2000 and a good sign for the economy's COVID-19 recovery. Despite this, hiring is lagging behind; the economy added 559,000 jobs in May, more than double the amount added in April but still short of the 671,000 additions expected by Wall Street economists.AllSides Staff
May 03 2021
Reweaving the fabric of civil dialogue must be a national priority, and mediation is the way to do it right. “Too many Americans see our public life, not as an arena for mediation of our differences,” Joe Biden has observed, but “as an occasion for total, unrelenting, partisan warfare.” Mediation can be defined as the convening of people across differences in service of responsible problem-Eugene B. Kogan
Nov 21 2016
It is a truism that America has become a more diverse country. It is also a beautiful thing to watch. Visitors from other countries, particularly those having trouble incorporating different ethnic groups and faiths, are amazed that we manage to pull it off. Not perfectly, of course, but certainly better than any European or Asian nation today. It’s an extraordinary success story.
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May 17 2021
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The coronavirus pandemic led to the emergence of conspiracy theories about the origins and nature of the new virus. In part reflecting intense political polarization in the United States, conspiracy groups like QAnon have risen in popularity. Considering the fact that conspiracy theories can often have substantialSukhayl Niyazov