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Mar 23 2020
Media coverage of the race to find a coronavirus cure has often divided along partisan lines. There are no drugs currently approved to prevent or treat the coronavirus; President Donald Trump recently stated that two specific drugs used in anti-malaria medications — chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine — may eventually provide a base for a coronavirus treatment, which the left and right sides ofBuzzFeed News Wall Street Journal (News) Daily Mail
Jul 06 2020
President Donald Trump gave two speeches over the Fourth of July weekend that covered everything from coronavirus, to monuments, to revolutions. In his July 3 speech at Mount Rushmore, Trump called for unity and said his administration was bringing people together amid a "left-wing cultural revolution" intended to "overthrow the American revolution." In his Independence Day speech, heVanity Fair USA TODAY The Epoch Times
May 29 2022
The National Rifle Association held its annual convention in Houston this weekend, which further highlighted the current partisan divide on gun control laws.
A number of top Republican politicians addressed NRA supporters at the convention, including former President Donald J. Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. Cruz criticized Democrats for politicizing theNational Review Mother Jones Wall Street Journal (News)
Oct 18 2014
After a second case of Ebola was discovered among the staff of a Dallas hospital that treated an infected patient, public concerns are likely to increase about whether the United States health care system can properly respond to an outbreak.
Data from surveys suggest, however, that those views — like so many others — are being shaped by people’s partisan affilations as much as by newsNew York Times (News)
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Mar 21 2021
The United States’ vaccination rate has been increasing — and as of Saturday morning, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 16.7 percent of US adults are fully vaccinated.
That’s still far from the 75 to 85 percent of Americans experts estimate need to be vaccinated in order to get the coronavirus pandemic under control, but recent research indicates thatVox
Jun 29 2017
About two years ago, I found myself wandering the streets of Birmingham, Alabama. The city was eerily deserted on a Sunday evening, and I filled the space with scenes from civil rights films— Klansmen parading down the sidewalk in defiance of sit- ins, and police dogs snarling at protesters. As darkness set in, I almost expected Bull Connor himself to dart out of the shadows, seize hisGuest Writer - Left
Apr 29 2022
At a time when a rising share of U.S. adults say they know someone who is transgender, there is no public consensus on whether greater social acceptance of transgender people is good or bad for society, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted last July.
The question was asked as part of a broader survey that asked about the public’s views on a wide range of social andPew Research Center
Apr 12 2022
The polarization around gender transitions, particularly those that occur at a younger age, was recently accentuated by an op-ed published in The Washington Post (Lean Left bias).
In a column titled "What I wish I'd known when I was 19 and had sex re-assignment surgery," software developer Corinna Cohn expressed regret over a decision she now knows she "wasn't old enough to make." SheWashington Post The Blaze Media Matters
Jan 18 2021
When Joe Biden entered the White House as vice president, the economy was cratering. Job losses were mounting. Stocks were crashing. Millions of Americans were in the early stages of losing their homes to foreclosure as the housing bubble burst.
Biden returns to the White House as president a dozen years later with the economy battered and shaken by a pandemic. But this time isAssociated Press Fact Check