Research

Why India — and the World — Needs America’s Covid-19 Vaccines

The Biden administration’s efforts to vaccinate millions of Americans have achieved great success in 2020, on the back of programs like Operation Warp Speed, initiated by the Trump administration,...
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Research

What Will It Take to Get U.S. Infrastructure Right?

Despite theoretical bipartisan support for the revitalization of U.S. infrastructure, very little has been accomplished at the federal level for years. Big infrastructure bills have failed time...
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Research

How Biased Is Media Coverage of the Border “Crisis?”

In 2021’s hyper-partisan atmosphere, it can be challenging to distill fact from fiction, especially when it comes to events at the U.S.-Mexico border. According to some, the recent influx of...
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Research

America's Voting War

Republican and Democratic legislative forces are at loggerheads over voting reform efforts across the country, with Republicans referring to election security as an “all-hands moment” and...
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Coronavirus

The Worst Covid-19 News Sources of 2020

How does the Covid-19 virus work? Which preventative actions should I follow to keep loved ones safe? When will the pandemic end? These are the sorts of questions many people sought answers for...
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Credibility

Best Covid-19 News Sources of 2020

Many have noted that the Covid-19 pandemic was accompanied by an “infodemic” — a flood of related news and information that played a large role in how different populations responded to the virus....
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Credibility

What Are the Best Conservative News Sources for Covid-19?

2020 was a record year, not least because of the enormous influx of Covid-related news. By our calculations, as many as 500 articles were published by major local and national news outlets every...
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Credibility

What Are the Best Nonpartisan News Sources for Covid-19?

2020 was a record year, not least because of the enormous influx of Covid-related news. By our calculations, as many as 500 articles were published by major local and national news outlets every...
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Phillip Meylan

Phillip is a writer, editor, and researcher. Before completing his MSc in Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2019, he worked as an editor and content strategist for the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. When he’s not working, you can find him playing soccer, hiking, or cooking.
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Research - Apr 19, 2021

What Will It Take to Get U.S. Infrastructure Right?

Despite theoretical bipartisan support for the revitalization of U.S. infrastructure, very little has been accomplished at the federal level for years. Big infrastructure bills have failed time and time again to pass in...
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10 min read
Research - Apr 9, 2021

How Biased Is Media Coverage of the Border “Crisis?”

In 2021’s hyper-partisan atmosphere, it can be challenging to distill fact from fiction, especially when it comes to events at the U.S.-Mexico border. According to some, the recent influx of migrants constitutes a “crisis,”...
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11 min read
Research - Mar 28, 2021

America's Voting War

Republican and Democratic legislative forces are at loggerheads over voting reform efforts across the country, with Republicans referring to election security as an “all-hands moment” and Democrats calling the For the People...
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7 min read
Coronavirus - Mar 14, 2021

The Worst Covid-19 News Sources of 2020

How does the Covid-19 virus work? Which preventative actions should I follow to keep loved ones safe? When will the pandemic end? These are the sorts of questions many people sought answers for over the last year, and...
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14 min read
Credibility - Mar 3, 2021

Best Covid-19 News Sources of 2020

Many have noted that the Covid-19 pandemic was accompanied by an “infodemic” — a flood of related news and information that played a large role in how different populations responded to the virus. Looking back at 2020, we can...
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6 min read
Credibility - Mar 3, 2021

What Are the Best Conservative News Sources for Covid-19?

2020 was a record year, not least because of the enormous influx of Covid-related news. By our calculations, as many as 500 articles were published by major local and national news outlets every day over the course of the...
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6 min read
Credibility - Mar 3, 2021

What Are the Best Nonpartisan News Sources for Covid-19?

2020 was a record year, not least because of the enormous influx of Covid-related news. By our calculations, as many as 500 articles were published by major local and national news outlets every day over the course of the...
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7 min read
Credibility - Mar 3, 2021

What Are the Best Left-Leaning News Sources for Covid-19?

2020 was a record year, not least because of the enormous influx of Covid-related news. By our calculations, as many as 500 articles were published by major local and national news outlets every day over the course of the...
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10 min read
Energy - Feb 26, 2021

Why Did Texas Lose Power?

On February 16, as many as 4.5 million Texans, or about 1 in 6, were without power as the state plunged into record sub-freezing temperatures. For a state that prides itself on energy production and independence, the sudden...
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