In today’s buzz, the White House will host its first US Buddhist Leadership Conference next month, and a Brown professor is trying to create a moral robot.
In today’s buzz, why American Christians are turning against gay conversion therapy and Republicans in Maine are pushing for their own “religious freedom” law.
In today’s buzz, how to get free stuff on tax day, millennials who identify as “feminist,” and Rachel Held Evans’ book on the millennial decline in the church.
In today’s buzz, Marco Rubio joins the race towards 2016, Ohio religious leaders to support gay marriage, and PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones talks religious freedom.
In today’s buzz, Asian-Pacific Islander millennials’ attitudes on abortion, and conflicts between Orthodox Jewish men and their female seatmates on planes.
In today’s buzz, Obama supports banning gay conversion therapy, and just thinking about Buddhism makes you more compassionate.
In today’s buzz, a group of Mormons publicly oppose top LDS leaders, and doctors and environmental authorities link impacts of climate change to public health.
In today’s buzz, our new infographic on millennials’ support for contraception, teaching yoga in public schools, and religion on “Game of Thrones” this season.
In today’s buzz, baseball’s struggle to recruit young fans, HuffPo’s new project titled “What It Means To Be Muslim in America,” and “Clinton the Musical.”
In today’s buzz, how each of 2016’s most buzzed-about candidates found their faith, and President Obama’s new climate action plan.