AllSides Balanced Search reveals information and ideas from all sides of the political spectrum so you can get the full picture.
Sep 26 2016
A civil rights museum in North Carolina said both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are welcome to visit, as is the general public. But there will be no special treatment.Christian Science Monitor
Feb 03 2020
Impeachment trial live updates: Senators to hear closing arguments today from House managers, Trump’s lawyers
The Senate is poised to hear up to four hours of closing arguments Monday in the impeachment trial of President Trump, following last week’s vote not to call witnesses regarding his conduct toward Ukraine.
Senators will hear from both the House impeachment managers, led by Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.), and Trump’s lawyers, led by White House Counsel Pat Cipollone and Trump personalWashington Post
Apr 18 2019
Perspectives BlogIn a press conference today, Attorney General William Barr said that the Mueller report found no evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election, adding that there was insufficient evidence to indict President Trump on obstruction of justice. Some accused Barr of being blinded by partisanship and argue that the report effectively implicates AllSides Staff
May 17 2019
The Trump administration has taken its war on abortion worldwide, cutting off all funding to any overseas organisation or clinic that will not agree to a complete ban on even discussing it.
The Mexico City policy, dubbed the “global gag” by its critics, denies US federal funds to any organisation involved in providing abortion services overseas or counselling women about them. It wasThe Guardian
Apr 27 2019
The Trump administration has agreed to allow a former White House personnel security director, who House Democrats threatened with contempt, to testify on May 1 — a de-escalation move after President Trump said he would ignore “all the subpoenas.”
White House counsel Pat A. Cipollone sent a letter Friday to Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio), the ranking Republican on the House Oversight CommitteeWashington Post
Jul 17 2018
President Trump took a hard 180 from comments in his joint press conference Monday with Vladimir Putin where he said he believed Putin's denial of Russian interference in the 2016 election. In a special presser Tuesday, Trump told reporters that he meant to say the opposite of what he'd said just a day earlier.Vice
May 25 2019
Texas House Republican Rep. Chip Roy blocked an attempt to pass the $19.1 billion disaster aid bill by unanimous consent, likely stalling passage of the legislation until Congress returns in June. The Senate approved the measure Thursday 85-8 and House Democrats had hoped to rush the legislation through in a special session on Friday, skipping the regular voting process because lawmakers hadNPR (Online News)
Dec 15 2020
The pandemic looks likely to keep more students at home – not just logging in to class from their couch, but also studying in their own country, rather than going abroad. What’s at stake for schools?
As universities consider how to woo international students for the coming year, the views of one group in particular stand out: young people from China.
Despite tension between theChristian Science Monitor
Sep 23 2017
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) was already facing a perilous week ahead: another attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a critical special election in Alabama and a first glimpse of the framework for a massive tax cut.Washington Post
Feb 10 2021
14 State Attorneys General Indicate Forthcoming Legal Action Against ‘Devastating’ Biden Keystone Pipeline Cancellation
While President Biden has advertised job creation as a prominent goal moving into the later stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, 14 Republican attorneys general from across the country are sounding the alarm on his administration’s abrupt cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Led by Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, attorneys general from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana,The Federalist