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Politics (Page 2)

December 5, 2023

Alternative Facts? Truth in the Era of Trump: A Challenge for Modern Journalism

In covering figures like Donald J. Trump, journalists face the challenge of upholding truth in an era increasingly blurred by "alternative facts" and widespread disinformation.

December 4, 2023

Van Jones: Navigating the Crossroads of Advocacy and Journalism in a Media Landscape

In an era where digital platforms blur the line between objective journalism and personal opinion, figures like Van Jones, a prominent CNN commentator, raise ethical questions about journalistic integrity as they navigate a landscape that amalgamates activism and commentary.

Voting sign outside of the Petersburg, VA voting location

November 30, 2023

GOP Flips Bronx City Council Seat After 40 Years

The GOP won a Bronx Council seat for the first time in 40 years after Kirsty Marmorato beat incumbent Marjorie Vasquex in the November election. The win comes after Vasquez’s reversal on the  Bruckner Zoning Project left the community angry and ready for a change.

November 7, 2023

‘Nobody’s Perfect, But They Didn’t Listen’: Senate Hears Testimony On Safety Of Foster Care Children

Sen. Jon Ossoff and Sen. Marsha Blackburn held first public hearing on the human rights and safety of children in foster care.

Scene on U Street in Washington DC

November 6, 2023

Third Parties and Local Elections: A New Beginning?

Partisanship has grown frustrating for everyone. This community organizer in DC is helping a third party to mend divides and influence local politics.