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‘Peril’ Authors Defend JCS Chairman: Those Criticizing Gen. Milley for Treason ‘Owe Him an Apology’

This article has minimal left bias with a bias score of -24.17 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. The Washington Post reporters who reported the activities of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the dark days following the deadly January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol Building as part of their new book are publicly defending the military chief.
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Vaccine Expert: We Must Mandate Vaccines for Anyone Entering a School over 12 Years Old

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of 2.1 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. The new vaccine mandates and enforcement actions President Biden announced Thursday in an address from the White House should help in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, but even more likely is needed, according to a prominent vaccinologist.
PHARMACEUTICALS

Attorney: Dems Need to Fix a ‘Radical’ Supreme Court Beholden to ‘Very Right Wing Idealogues’

This article has moderate left bias with a bias score of -59.41 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. The new Texas abortion ban which took effect last week — after the US Supreme Court took a pass on an emergency appeal of the law — has reawakened the debate about President Biden and congressional Democrats taking action to reform the high court after Donald Trump and his Republican allies spent four years tilting it to the hard right.
CONGRESS & COURTS

Sen. Murphy: We Probably Should Have Started Evacuation Earlier

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of 6.43 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. A key Democratic senator who has been one of the most stalwart defenders of President Biden’s handling of the events in Afghanistan is willing to acknowledge that the one thing that the US government could have done differently is perhaps begin the evacuations of US and Afghan citizens sooner.
CONGRESS & COURTS

‘Classic Race-Baiting’: Texas ER Doc Blasts Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick for Blaming Unvaccinated Black Americans for COVID Surge

This article has minimal left bias with a bias score of -21.72 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. Many of those on the political right have, for months, often stood in opposition to vaccination against COVID-19 — and in too many cases — resorted to misinformation or disinformation to cast aspersions on the vaccines.
TEXAS STATE

Questions About Further Future Shots Growing Louder

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of 0.02 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. As cases of COVID-19 are once again on the rise, several new questions and issues have begun to emerge about vaccinations — including the need for a third, booster shot for most Americans.
PHARMACEUTICALS

Education Secretary: ‘We’re Clearly at a Fork in the Road’ in Opening Schools Safely

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of -2.92 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. As the new school year fast approaches, school districts can either adhere to pandemic guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and open with some confidence of safety — or ignore guidance for masks and such, and run the risk that in-school instruction will be interrupted as it was last year when the pandemic first emerged.
EDUCATION

Gov. Edwards Reinstates Louisiana Mask Mandate Statewide

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of 1.89 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. Acknowledging that his state is struggling with the ability to vaccinate residents — and against a rising tide of COVID-19 cases — Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) has reinstated a mask mandate across the Pelican State.
LOUISIANA STATE

Maxine Waters: President Should Issue Executive Order to Extend Eviction Moratorium Expiring Tonight for 11+ Million People

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of -10.18 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. In the face of House Democrats having failed to pass their own national moratorium on housing evictions, President Biden should muscle past concerns about the Supreme Court and move ahead with his own executive moratorium, according to a top House Democrat.
CONGRESS & COURTS

Mandates Start To Emerge, With Growing Frustration With Those Refusing To Vaccinate

This article has minimal left bias with a bias score of -17.64 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. Public and private-sector vaccine mandates are beginning to take shape across the United States, as more vaccinated Americans appear to be losing patience with their countrymen who are refusing the shots mostly for political purposes.
U.S. POLITICS

Commentator: Reps Cheney, Kinzinger Risking Their Political Careers by Being on Jan 6 Select Committee

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of -3.35 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. Republican Reps Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, “are taking a real political risk” by taking part in the House elect committee investigating the deadly January 6 Capitol insurrection, according to prominent conservative commentator Margaret Hoover.
CONGRESS & COURTS

McCarthy’s Select Committee Picks Unite 3 Disparate Congresswomen

This article has moderate left bias with a bias score of -62.53 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. There is undoubtedly very little on which these three congresswomen agree. But, when it came to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s choices to sit on the new House select committee which will be probing the deadly January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol Building, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York, and Republican Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, found themselves in perfect harmony.
CONGRESS & COURTS

Sanders on the Budget Bill: ‘We Are Pouring a Huge Amount of Money into Moving Our Economy and Away from Fossil Fuels’

This article has neutral bias with a bias score of 0 from our political bias detecting A.I. Your browser does not support the canvas element. The $3.5 trillion spending package which Senate Democrats agreed to this week will be a highly transformative piece of legislation for the nation, according to its chief architect, Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders.
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