In today’s buzz, the NFL’s first female coach, plus the Boy Scouts of America lift its ban on gay scout leaders.
Morning Buzz | Nearly One-quarter of Americans Oppose Same-sex Marriage While Supporting Nondiscrimination
In today’s buzz, same-sex marriage and LGBT nondiscrimination laws, plus the United Church of Christ is boycotting an NFL team.
In today’s buzz, why Facebook is Catholic and Twitter is Protestant, and why the saying “nice guys finish last” may actually be true.
In today’s buzz, how the Buddhist community is responding to the earthquake that hit Nepal last month, and Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux on Mary Koss and campus rape.
In today’s buzz, Jeb Bush’s faith-based prisons, Catholics on same-sex marriage, and Americans’ views on domestic violence and professional sports.
In today’s buzz, gay marriage opponents strategize next steps, and we flashback to 2000, when legislation was signed legalizing same-sex civil unions in VT.
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones appeared on the NPR program Interfaith Voices to discuss the findings of PRRI’s third annual religion and sports survey.
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.
The NFL has a history of handing down arbitrary or inadequate punishments for players convicted of domestic violence—how do Americans feel these athletes should be punished?
In today’s buzz, 1-in-4 believe there’s a “12th man” on the field, the country embraces gay athletes, and the NYT explains Pope Francis’ remarks on climate change.