Founded in 2011 by Ricky Scaparo, End Time Headlines is a website that publishes news stories related to the biblical prophecy of End Times. According to their about page, “ETH is a collaboration of aggregated news from various sources. ETH attempts to provide reliable and reputable sources in reporting with the intent to maintain integrity and trust with its readers. Therefore, ETH always provides links to the original sources of the headline as they are reported on the blog.” Ricky Scaparo is the pastor and founder of the international ministry End Time Headlines.
Funded by / Ownership
Ricky Scaparo owns End Time Headlines, and revenue is derived through advertising and donations.
Analysis / Bias
In review, End Time Headlines publishes news stories from other sources and sometimes provides a summary of stories. Many stories are not about End Times, such as this from the Associated Press Rare snow blankets Acropolis in Greece (removed). They generally use credible sources such as the Wall Street Journal and CNBC.
Since our last review, End Times Headlines has stopped promoting conspiracy theories and are reporting straight news from credible sources such as this Wall Street’s biggest investors continue to sound the alarm regarding something coming “worse than recession.” The story comes from Business Insider.
Editorially, they report negative on former President Trump, such as this from NBC News: Trump accused of sharing barrage of QAnon content and other conspiracy theories on his social media platform. They report factually on abortion issues but use sources that minimize climate change, such as the Wall Street Journal. Finally, when writing on Covid-19, they tend to be fact-based. In general, they hold a right-leaning bias and have improved factual reporting.
Failed Fact Checks
Overall, we rate End Times Headlines Right-Center biased based on story selection that moderately favors the right. We also rate them Mostly Factual in reporting rather than high due to one failed fact check and rarely using sources that promote climate change skepticism. (D. Van Zandt 2/15/2017) Updated (09/21/2022)
Last Updated on September 21, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check