Morning Buzz | The Ascent of Asian American Christians

In today’s buzz, New Hampshire residents play hard to get with 2016 presidential hopefuls and waves of “Hijabi Hipsters” reshape young Islam.

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Morning Buzz | LSU Study Supports the Secularization Hypothesis

In today’s buzz, how black Millennials feel about same-sex marriage and if more education means less religion.

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Morning Buzz | How Texas’ Religion Affects Us All

In today’s buzz, a State Trooper sued for handing out religious pamphlet and a new study reports that the poor give more than the rich in a recession.

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Morning Buzz | SCOTUS Clears the Way for Same-Sex Marriage

In today’s buzz, a NJ nun moves one step closer to sainthood and SCOTUS stays out of same-sex marriage decision.

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Morning Buzz | Americans’ Racial Disconnect on Fairness and Discrimination

In today’s buzz, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones talks economy and immigration on MSNBC and our latest infographic charts our country’s racial disconnect.

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Morning Buzz | Abercrombie & Fitch Heads to SCOTUS

In today’s buzz, PRRI explains the blip in same-sex marriage support, a “death with dignity act” gains momentum, and Abercrombie & Fitch head to court.

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Morning Buzz | Obama Approves Refugee Plan for Central American Children

In today’s buzz, the Catholic Church reconsiders remarried divorcees, AA meetings banned in fear of same-sex marriage, and political analyst Alan Abramowitz speaks about political polarization.

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Morning Buzz | Abdullahing is the New Tebowing

In today’s buzz, how Ferguson changed Americans’ opinion on the criminal justice system and what happens when a Muslim prays in the NFL.

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Morning Buzz | Roving Rabbis Take to the West

In today’s buzz, Americans are spending again, Rabbis are roaming the West, and Microsoft is breaking into the polling world.

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Morning Buzz | Child Immigration Cases Clog Up Courts and Schools

In today’s buzz , immigration cases challenge American schools, the DOJ set to release a new anti-profiling policy, and Alaska legalizes marijuana—39 years ago.

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