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Apr 09 2019
President Trump denied reports that he planned to revive family separations at the border and renewed claims that former President Obama was responsible for the policy. Several fact-checkers have criticized that claim: Although previous administrations did have small numbers of family separations, they did not have a blanket rule requiring that all parents be prosecuted, and thus did not haveNew York Times (News) Fox News (Online News) Roll Call
Mar 18 2019
The Wall Street Journal reported that, according to US officials, the US Military planned to leave up to 1000 troops in Syria, months after Trump ordered a complete withdrawal. Multiple media outlets report that Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has refuted this claim.Newsmax (News) CNN (Online News) Wall Street Journal (News)
Jan 14 2019
Transcripts show that FBI officials debated whether President Trump was working on behalf of Russia.Bloomberg Fox News (Online News) CNN (Online News)
Jun 17 2022
International Courts Prosecuting Leaders Like Putin for War Crimes Have a Mixed Record – But Offer Clues on How to get a Conviction
This piece originally appeared on The Conversation, which AllSides rates as Lean Left. It was written by Victor Peskin, an Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University. The writer's bias has not been rated.
There have been mounting calls from Ukrainian and other activists and political leaders to prosecute RussianThe Conversation
Jun 14 2022
This blog is written by John Aldrich – Pfizer-Pratt University Professor of Political Science, Duke University; Spencer Renyolds – Director of Political Partnerships, The Forward Party; and Laura Del Savio – Senior Communications Strategist, The Forward Party; and was originally published on DividedWeFall.org (Mixed media bias rating).Will a Multi- Divided We Fall (author)
May 21 2016
Donald Trump visited the NRA and secured their endorsement.New York Times (News) CNN (Online News) Washington Times
Jun 06 2022
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
It’s probably not a good idea to write a column about a topic that isn’t interesting to many people. But even if the war in Ukraine is quickly falling out of the consciousness of the American public, it’s still of critical importance. So I hope you’ll stick around. But those who do will be in increasingly rarified company. The amount of news coverage about the war hasDan Schnur
Nov 30 2021
On Tuesday, Iran's top nuclear negotiator said everything discussed in the previous nuclear talks can be renegotiated.
Nuclear talks resumed on Monday, with some hoping to restore the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal that saw Iran limit its enrichment of uranium in exchange for the removal of economic sanctions. The U.S. left that deal under President Donald Trump, citing the need for a strongerAssociated Press Fact Check Axios New York Post (News)
Jun 28 2021
On Sunday, the U.S. carried out air strikes in Syria and Iraq on facilities that have reportedly been used by Iran-backed militias to engage in aerial vehicle attacks on U.S. personnel.
The air strikes have been condemned by the Iraqi government as a "blatant and unacceptable violation of Iraqi sovereignty." House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called the strikes "targeted and proportional"NPR (Online News) Fox News (Online News) CBS News (Online)
Jun 14 2021
President Joe Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday at a time when the U.S. is accusing Russia of hacking federal agencies and interfering in the 2020 election.
While sanctions have been imposed by the U.S., Putin remains unaffected and repudiates Russian involvement.NPR (Online News) Washington Examiner Associated Press Fact Check