Reflections on how The Social Dilemma applies to news sources relying on advertising revenue.
A year into the Covid-19 pandemic, China has officially sustained under 100,000 cases. But can these numbers be trusted?
Many expect foreign policy under President-elect Biden to return to more familiar waters. Here’s what that probably entails.
Advertising revenue models and motivated reasoning drive bias and polarization in the news industry. Here are steps to find credible news.
Just before the 2020 general election, a friend on Twitter paraphrased a famous quote that says, “if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.” And later, another friend on Whatsapp said, “you have to take a side. Not taking a side, in the face of what we are seeing, is actually taking sides.” …
Growing skepticism of Covid-19 vaccination may complicate the roll out of two new vaccines, but the federal government and states may have some tools to bring to bear.
Pollsters tried hard to correct errors made in 2016, but 2020 was even worse. Many are now looking for an explanation.
The two opposing tax plans carry different rationales for what drives economic growth, but most Americans won’t see a tax increase, regardless of who wins.
In the cacophonous news cycle, it essential to have trusted voices in the media who have a demonstrated track record of quality, credible reporting.
Given the contentiousness of this election cycle, having reliable sources for credible news has rarely been more essential.