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.
In today’s buzz, resistance to Keystone XL impacts other pipeline projects, complications between Democrats and the white working class, and the crowning of TIME’s Person of the Year.
In today’s buzz, the CIA’s detention and interrogation programs fall under scrutiny after release of “torture report,” plus why Americans have stopped building churches.
In today’s buzz, seven states have articles banning atheists from holding public office and nine percent of NY’s marriages are now same-sex.
In today’s buzz, the New York Times cites PRRI/AAR’s “riveting session” about climate change at AAR and Americans believe the country’s immigration system is broken.