Though SCOTUS has ruled same-sex marriage legal across the U.S., same-sex couples may still be subject to discrimination.
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.
In today’s buzz, Episcopalian leaders vote to allow same-sex marriage, plus California’s new vaccination law.
In today’s buzz, the Fourth of July in numbers.
In today’s buzz, what being “truly American” means, just in time for the fourth of July, plus Jesus’ historical presence in music.
Just in time for the weekend’s celebrations of everything Americana, PRRI finds that a plurality of Americans no longer believe the U.S. is a Christian nation.
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.
The Supreme Court ruling for same-sex marriage is just first of many hurdles the LGBT community faces as they strive for acceptance and equal rights.
As Americans prepare for the Fourth of July, PRRI takes a look at what the public thinks makes someone “truly” American, and how Americans view immigrants.
In today’s buzz, the Texas attorney general on same-sex marriage licenses, plus SCOTUS on lethal injection and toxic emissions.