Media Bias Alert: N.Y. Times Edits Biden Investigation — After Biden Campaign Complains

One of the country’s most powerful newspapers published an investigation of a sexual assault allegation against a top presidential candidate. When the candidate’s campaign complained about how the investigation worded detail of some of the candidate’s previously-known inappropriate...
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Story of the Week: Bernie Sanders Ends Presidential Campaign, Endorses Biden

Sign up here to receive the Story of the Week in your inbox every Thursday. COVID-19 is disrupting almost everything about life as we know it. We at AllSides, along with many of our partner organizations, want to do our part in helping you get through it by providing the latest data,...
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Story of the Week: Biden Shines On Super Tuesday

Fresh off a rejuvenating primary win in South Carolina on Saturday, former Vice President Joe Biden won 10 of 14 states on Super Tuesday 2020, cementing himself as an apparent frontrunner for the Democratic nomination alongside Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT). Biden's surge was coupled with...
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Media Bias Divides Coverage of Klobuchar's Bill Maher Appearance

A recent height comparison of U.S. politicians spurred the latest example of media bias, differing narratives on either side of the party line, and a journalistic laziness that, when sanctioned, can cater to misinformation. Minnesota Senator and 2020 presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar (D...
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Story of the Week: Bernie Sanders Wins NH Primary, Gains Momentum

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) won Tuesday's Democratic primary in New Hampshire with 26% of the vote, building momentum as the party's apparent 2020 front runner. Sanders was followed closely by former South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg (24%) after the two emerged neck-and-neck from...
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Media Bias Alert: Higher Poll Numbers Don’t Always Mean More Democratic Debate Questions

Presidential debates are inevitably scrutinized for how many questions were asked of each candidate and how much speaking time each candidate was allowed. On the 2020 Democratic debate stage, the largest field of candidates in U.S. history, the number of questions asked can make or break...
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Media Bias Alert: New York Times and Fox News Reveal Divide on Electoral College

Last week, a Colorado federal appeals court ruled that presidential electors in the Electoral College have the right to vote for the presidential candidate of their choice, regardless of which candidate won the state’s popular vote. Coverage of the ruling in the New York Times , which...
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Story of the Week: Second Dem Debates Reveal Party Infighting

Detroit played host to the second round of 2020 Democratic presidential debates on Tuesday and Wednesday, in a combative showing that outlined key differences in policy priorities and ideologies among the 20 candidates. On both nights, candidates sparred over topics ranging from...
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