False equivalence is a type of cognitive bias or flawed reasoning style. False equivalency means that you think (or are told) two things should have equal weight in your decision-making. If one opinion
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) tells Chuck Todd that the science is advancing, allowing a wider window of viability, during an exclusive interview with Meet the Press. Cotton: Life begins at conception, abortion
President Donald Trump on Sunday again threatened the government of Iran, warning amid escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran that a military conflict would bring about “the official end” of
Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) joined Chuck for an exclusive interview on his primary campaign. Plus, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) discussed abortion and America’s foreign policy strategy
Dear Liz: My wife and I are both retired and receiving annuity payments. In addition, we have about $1.3 million in traditional IRAs and $350,000 in another annuity that will pay us each about $1,000 month.