Can excessive fact-checking be partisan in itself?
What is Verrit, and who is it for?
The media world has remained in a state of collective shock following the election of Donald Trump, and has questioned where they went wrong while struggling to figure out how to improve and regain the trust of the American public. Within this whirlwind, The New
Anyone who follows American current events is well aware that political parties have become stronger and increasingly more polarized in recent years. In the aftermath of one of the most controversial and unpredictable general election upsets in recent history, the Republicans now have confirmed control of
Against all of the odds, Trump has won the Electoral College despite every other political pundit swearing the candidate had limited paths to victory and the chances were not in his favor. In light of initially unfathomable results, the media has attempted to explain how
Climate science appears to have made it clear that global warming is linked to the increase of carbon dioxide emissions in the troposphere, yet so many prominent conservative scientists, politicians, and media outlets are still skeptical of the consensus. Patrick Moore, ecologist and former president