Today’s Buzz covers state leaders’ stances on abortion, Christian martyrdom around the world, and physician-assisted suicide. Read more

As the 2014 Super Bowl approaches, half of all sports fans see some aspect of the supernatural at play in sports, meaning they either pray to God to help their team, have thought their team was cursed at some point in time, or believe that God plays a … Read more

Today’s Buzz covers Hillary Clinton’s political future, a new study on political identification, and an awesome collection of global maps! Read more

Today’s Buzz covers the effect of reality television on teen pregnancies, how marijuana plantations in California could be harming the state’s salmon population, and the origins behind some popular Jewish surnames! Read more

According to a new economic study, shows like MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” and its spin-off, “Teen Mom” may have prevented more than 20,000 births to teenage mothers in 2010 alone. Read more

Today’s Buzz covers the average net worth of members of Congress, anti-Obamacare television ads, and an app to measure your spirituality. Read more

Twenty-five years after Congress passed the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, which set mandatory minimum sentencing requirements for drug offenders, an unlikely alliance of Tea Party Republicans and liberal Democrats has formed to propose legislation rever… Read more

Today’s Buzz covers public opinion on government-provided health care, religious iPhone apps, and what’s appropriate for women to wear in Muslim-majority countries. Read more

Americans have complicated feelings about the proper provision of health care in the country today. While Americans generally support in principle that the government should provide health insurance for its citizens, they’re less enthusiastic about t… Read more

What’s appropriate for women to wear in public? This question is the subject of a new study conducted by the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research, which recently surveyed people in seven Muslim-majority countries—Tunisia, Egypt, I… Read more

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