In today’s buzz, Senate approves Keystone XL pipeline, Pope Francis gives advice to deadbeat dads, and new report warns against large-scale biofuel projects.
In today’s buzz, Pope Francis announces his new picks for Cardinals, a new article asks if immigration harms Americans, and “aweism” is born.
In today’s buzz, Americans pessimistic despite job growth, interreligious dialogue can thank a city fair, and legalizing marijuana is a moral conundrum.
Nearly two months have passed since police officer Darren Wilson shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. Brown’s death has exacerbated a feeling of injustice among Ferguson residents and the rest of the country, especially among racial minorities. Data from PRRI’s 2014 American Values Survey suggest that the events in Ferguson mirror Americans’ deep discontent about racial and economic inequality at the national level.
Today’s Buzz covers the excommunication from the Mormon Church of an advocate for women’s ordination to the priesthood, whether a student debt crisis is looming, how Americans are more politically engaged with and aware of the politics of elected offic… [Read more…]
Today’s Buzz covers how the recession affected jobs in every industry, Supreme Court declines to hear appeal to reinstate Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriages, how religious and spiritual experiences affect the brain, the surge of progressive Christianit… [Read more…]
Welcome to the Morning Buzz, PRRI’s daily dose of religion-related news with a shot of data — because what doesn’t liven up a morning round-up like some public opinion numbers? At a time when Republicans and Democrats can’t seem… [Read more…]
In today’s Buzz, President Obama meets with religious leaders to discuss immigration, Republican advantage in midterm elections, the high cost of rent in cities across the U.S., a pot-dispensing vending machine, mathematicians on top in jobs ranking.
Today’s Morning Buzz reports that President Obama signed two executive orders that enforce equal pay laws for women, the Senate extends unemployment benefits, the chances of finding a job are improving and Pope Francis praises church workers in Africa … [Read more…]