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Oct 30 2020
Prominent national security journalist Glenn Greenwald publicly announced his resignation from The Intercept Thursday. Greenwald, who co-founded the publication, says editors violated his contract by refusing to publish a story "unless I remove all sections critical of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, the candidate vehemently supported by all New-York-based Intercept editorsNew Republic National Review Substack
Mar 10 2022
Passengers on public transit will be required to wear a COVID-19 face mask until at least next month.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will extend the federal COVID-19 mask mandate for airplanes, trains and other forms of public transit will be extended until at least April 18. It was set toCNN (Online News) Associated Press The Daily Caller
May 10 2019
Perspectives BlogPresident Trump on Friday increased tariffs on $200 million in Chinese goods from 10 percent to 25 percent. Some say the move will hurt American businesses and consumers, who will foot the majority of the bill, while others argue that the duties will even out the trade relationship between China and the U.S., which many experts say is weighted in China's favor. Check out some other big AllSides Staff
Oct 19 2020
On Monday, the Department of Justice (DOJ) unsealed charges against six Russian cyberhackers, who reportedly go by "Sandworm," alleging they were behind several hacks over the last four years. Some of those include allegedly hacking the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, the 2017 French elections, and Ukrainian Parliament, finance ministry and electrical grid. Sandworm, who reportedly work forWired The Daily Caller New York Times (News)
Sep 12 2020
Documents released by the Justice Department this week say members of special counsel Robert Mueller's team deleted information from at least 15 government-issued phones in relation to Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. On Friday, Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson sent a letter to the Justice Department inspector general asking him toThe Hill The Guardian Breitbart News
Sep 03 2020
President Donald Trump, when asked by the press on Wednesday about absentee ballots in North Carolina, said “let them send it in and let them go vote,” arguing that “if the system is as good as they say it is, then they obviously won’t be able to vote.” Attempting to vote twice is illegal in North Carolina. The White House later clarified that Trump was suggesting voters “go verify that [theirWashington Post Reuters The Daily Caller
Aug 05 2020
On Wednesday, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates testified remotely before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Senate Republicans questioned Yates about the Obama administration's counterintelligence investigation into potential Russian interference with the 2016 Trump campaign and transition team. During the testimony, Yates criticized the Justice Department's decision to dismiss formerNPR (Online News) New York Times (News) Fox News (Online News)
Jul 30 2020
President Donald Trump suggested Thursday that the November election should be delayed, arguing that voting by mail poses a grave risk to election security.
Coverage from many left-rated outlets cited the 20th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gives Congress the power to delay an election or fill a void if a president or vice president fail to qualify. Some speculated that thisDaily Beast USA TODAY Washington Times
Jul 26 2020
As the November general elections draw near and COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise around the nation, the debate around in-person voting and mail-in voting heats up. In-person voting can carry more health risks, while mail-in voting can raise election security concerns. At least 41 states will reportedly allow people to vote by mail this year.
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Jan 17 2019