How the media covers politics is perhaps more important than ever right now, as the United States is dealing with big, super high-stakes issues, most notably the COVID-19 pandemic and America’s partisan “uncivil war.”
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From the article: “Has there been in recent history a more tendentious, hysterical, data-denying and frankly disreputable exercise in misdirection than the way in which much of America’s media has covered the Covid-19 epidemic?”
"The disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have had a serious impact on America’s children and those who care for them," @FLOTUS writes. "We are doing all we can to establish commonsense solutions that best serve our children in the welfare system."
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic means that unfortunately it will not be possible to race in Brazil, USA, Mexico and Canada this year. We look forward to returning next season to the Americas to put on a show for our passionate fans in the region 👉 #F1
America’s responses to the 1918 Spanish Flu and COVID-19 looking awfully similar…
House Democrats are leading voices in the fight for progress nationwide. We are committed to fighting injustice wherever it arises, whether in law enforcement or in America’s response to COVID-19. #ThisWeek