Morning Buzz | Two Christian Colleges Extend Benefits to Employees’ Same-sex Spouses

In today’s buzz, an interactive map of segregation, plus the Confederate flag will be removed from S.C. statehouse grounds today.

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Morning Buzz | Catholic Universities Slow to Respond to Pope’s Encyclical

In today’s buzz, Catholic universities in the U.S. have been slow to respond to pope’s encyclical, plus the Seventh-day Adventist’s will decide if women can become clergy.

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Morning Buzz | Moral Acceptance of Polygamy Up Since 2001

In today’s buzz, mainline churches struggle to keep up with congregants on issue of same-sex marriage, and the growing acceptance of polygamy in the US.

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Morning Buzz | The Three Religious Groups That Dominate the U.S.

In today’s buzz, prosecutors seek death penalty for man accused of killing three Muslims at UNC and AVA data shows three religious groups dominate most states.

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Morning Buzz | College Freshman Distancing Themselves From Religion

In today’s buzz, researchers predict a “megadrought” on the central Plains and four Muslim women report a prominent imam for sexual abuse.

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Morning Buzz | Obama Denounces Religious Extremists at National Prayer Breakfast

In today’s buzz, how race gaps at top colleges may account for income inequality, and religious questions swirl around the future of artificial intelligence.

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Morning Buzz | Brother of Shot Paris Policeman: “My Brother Was Killed By False Muslims”

In today’s buzz, the brother of a slain Paris policeman calls gunman “false Muslims” and a climate scientist shares a startling carbon dioxide graph

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The Morning Buzz | Evangelical Leaders Support Immigration Reform

In today’s Morning Buzz, who’s getting un-friended on Facebook and why, erroneous conviction rates for death-sentenced defendants, White House combats sexual assault on college campuses, evangelical leaders go to DC to push for immigration reform, the … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | Cities and States Fight Economic Inequality with Minimum Wage Hikes

Today’s Buzz looks at how many people from each state ran in the Boston Marathon a year after the deadly bombing, Americans who are skeptical about the Big Bang Theory, how states and cities are establishing their own minimum wages, the drop in accepta… [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | The Morals of Millennial Republicans

In today’s Buzz — NYC Police Commissioner shuts down the squad collecting surveillance on Muslims, women’s lack of advancement in the workplace pinned to confidence levels, Hobby Lobby president designs Bible curriculum, Senator McCaskill focuses on o… [Read more...]


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