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Biographical Information on Presidential Candidates
It combines biographies from multiple Gale reference publications, such as Contemporary Authors, Encyclopedia of World Biography, Dictionary of American Biography, and Directory of American Scholars, with articles from more than 300 magazines, such as American History, The Christian Century, and U.S. News & World Report.
PSC provides a subject-specific thesaurus with over 17,500 terms to provide subject searching guidance to researchers. Subjects covered include comparative politics, humanitarian issues, international relations, law and legislation, non-governmental organizations and political theory.
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The Media Bias Chart was created by Vanessa Otero. It lays out the complexities of the media landscape in two dimensions: reliability, on the vertical axis, and bias, on the horizontal axis. The chart is interactive and each media source can be viewed on its on to clearly see where it falls on the chart.
Striving to create unbiased news, Knowhere evaluates the factual claims and bias in reporting. Their analysis informs a set of algorithms that write three perspectives on every controversial story. Once articles have been drafted, thier journalists review and edit the story before publication.