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, Florida counties cease courthouse weddings in opposition of same-sex marriage and gun control proponents learn from the same-sex marriage movement.
In today’s buzz, Newsweek’s cover story on the Bible creates controversy and online searches for sexual content high in religious and conservative states.
In today’s buzz, the best of the best of 2014.
We’re going on a holiday hiatus from the buzz. To keep you informed and entertained, here’s a PRRI-approved list of articles, books, television series, and films.
In today’s buzz, RNS crowns 2014 the year of church-state court decisions, the Church of England gets its first female bishop, and a new study suggests that religion and work mix well.
In today’s buzz, evangelical college students join #HandsUpWalkOut, Jeb Bush “actively explores” a presidential run in 2016, and the Vatican releases a five-year report on American nuns.
In today’s buzz, RAC Director Rabbi David Saperstein to serve as ambassador for international religious freedom, plus Bill Nye explains evolution using emoji.
In today’s buzz, America’s law enforcement on trial, police shootings on record, and religious pilgrimages on the rise.
In today’s buzz, immigration is on the rise, lefties are making less money, and marijuana may be out before it’s in for DC residents.